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    There’s a headline from last year that seems particularly prescient in light of a new measure under consideration to allow first time DWI offenders … Read More
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    Findings released from the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) show that prescription drug abuse, primarily opiates, among 18… Read More
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    There’s a series of articles that appeared in the Telegraph describing the current situation in New Hampshire with medical marijuana. Even though we… Read More
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    State services are becoming more and more “web savvy,” and it is no longer unusual to find good information on the net from state resources. This … Read More
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    The arguments in New Hampshire about whether or not to approve medical marijuana in our state have been stalled for years. Whenever measures would pas… Read More
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    There’s nothing scarier than seeing someone overdose on drugs. The only thing to make it worse is if you’re too afraid a call for help will incrim… Read More
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    For prescription drug addicts working in healthcare, every day is like a being child who lives in a candy store. That is, unless they are David Kwiatk… Read More
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    There’s a lot of danger wherever there are illegal drugs. Drugs are connected with cash and greed and theft and illegality, so they are always conn… Read More
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    Our new Governor, Maggie Hassan, takes office next month and soon after should see a medical marijuana bill on her desk. At least, that’s what medic… Read More
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    There have been so many movies and television shows made with drug dealing as the main theme. It makes for a classic good-guy, bad-guy antithesis whe… Read More


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