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Blog Posts in September, 2013

  • A new state law that was first introduced by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in 2001 is in effect. It is called the Internet System for Tracking Over-Prescribing (I-STOP) law and it is essentially an online database to be used by physicians before they prescribe opioids and narcotic painkillers, and it is likely that this move to the on-line database may mandate that prescriptions be filled ...
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  • Chemicals Found in Bath Salts Now Banned

    || 20-Sep-2013

    New York State has banned the sale, use, distribution and possession of bath salts or any product containing Mephedrone and MDPV. Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed the bill that bans the synthetic drug the NYS Medical Examiner's office said was found to have been the cause of death of two party attendees at the August 31 Electric Zoo concert. Bath salts are the chemical compounds Mephedrone, ...
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  • Tyler McNeely, who was charged with drunk driving in Missouri, won his case after justices had said that police should have obtained a search warrant before conducting a blood test. McNeely had refused a breathalyzer test, was arrested and sent to a hospital where he refused to take a breath test. As a result, a blood test was ordered over his objections and that is when it was discovered that his ...
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  • Proposed Shorter Sentences for Drug Offenders

    || 7-Sep-2013

    In an effort to save taxpayers billions of dollars, and to reduce overpopulated prisons, the Obama administration has taken steps to reduce the long jail sentences of nonviolent drug offenders. Prosecutors would omit the amount of drugs involved from those documents of accused nonviolent drug offenders. That way those with no previous significant criminal history (charged with low-level drug ...
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