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Transparency: America's Problem Drugs

The war on drugs keeps law enforcement busy-13 percent of all arrests made in 2007 were drug related-but the kinds of battles police are...

The war on drugs keeps law enforcement busy-13 percent of all arrests made in 2007 were drug related-but the kinds of battles police are fighting vary widely across the country, from meth labs in California to cocaine dealers in Florida. Our latest Transparency is a look at what drugs local law enforcement officials said were posing the greatest dangers to their communities, when asked by the Department of Justice.A collaboration between GOOD and Kiss Me I'm PolishUpdate: Due to excessive spamming, comments on this post have been closed.

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