Drugs This Week on Drugs
posted by April 25 at 16:37 PMon
South American Way: Argentine court decriminalizes drug possession.
American Way: World’s leading jailer.
Higher Educators: Teaching marijuana classes in Oakland.
Alcohol Regulators: Don’t like Weed pun on beer caps.
3000: Sentences commuted for cocaine convicts.
29: In Western Washington.
Boy Dies After Drinking Meth:
Lynnwood police may try to build a relatively unusual case of homicide by a controlled substance against a 29-year-old man who has been arrested in connection with the death of a Lynnwood teen.
According to court documents, the suspect is alleged to have punched Jamie D. Leavitt, 16, after the teen drank meth-laced water and then, while in a “drug-induced state,” repeatedly tried to hug the older man.
Junked: Bad weather kills Afghan poppies.
Skunked: Dutch police union chair calls to “legalise” soft drugs.
Confession: Of an American coca-leaf chewer.
The Pot Issue Has Two Sides? So reports the Kitsap Sun.
What the Kids Are Asking: About sex and drugs.
Fuzzy Math: LSD = Trees.
E-Bombs: For soldiers.
Pneumonia or Dementia? Options for the elderly.
Don’t Play that Song for Me: Starbucks backs off from music biz.
4/20 Is Over: Pry your lips from the bong.
Grateful Dead Sea Scrolls: Decoding the hippie lexicon.