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Minnesota governor signs bill legalizing recreational marijuana ☞ The Hill

“The legislation allows adults 21 and older to carry up to 2 ounces of marijuana in public and possess up to 2 pounds at home, starting Aug. 1. It will also automatically expunge low-level cannabis convictions and create a board to examine expunging or resentencing felony cannabis convictions.”

People were taking drugs in Spain 3,000 years ago, study finds ☞ BBC News

“Analysis of the locks, which had been dyed red during the ancient rituals and could have come from more than one person, detected three psychoactive substances. Along with atropine and scopolamine, which induce hallucinations, scientists found ephedrine, which boosts energy and alertness.”

Police photo of tea bags filled with meth.

Philippine police seize large stash of drugs in tea bags ☞ AP News

“BAGUIO, Philippines (AP) — Philippine police seized more than 500 kilograms (more than half a ton) of suspected methamphetamine concealed in tea bags Wednesday and arrested a suspected Chinese drug dealer in a northern mountain resort city, police officials said.”

Fake cocaine used to lure suspects in Australia’s biggest-ever drugs bust ☞ Sky News – UK

“In a joint collaboration with the US, dubbed “Operation Beech”, 2.4 tonnes of cocaine – with alleged links to a Mexican drug cartel – was seized by officers after it had travelled from South America. The drugs had a street value of around £562.9m ($1bn Australian dollars), and were equivalent to half of Australia’s estimated annual consumption, according to police.”

Texas lawmakers warming to opioid harm-reduction policies they once opposed ☞ The Texas Tribune

“Earlier this month, Republican Gov. Greg Abbott led the way by coming out in favor of legalizing fentanyl test strips, which help users identify whether the drugs they are planning on taking contain the deadly synthetic opioid. Abbott previously opposed such a policy but said the increase in opioid overdose deaths had brought a “better understanding” that more needs to be done by the state to tackle the problem.”

Viktor Bout: Americans Are Too Stoned to Stand Up to Abusive Government, Compares USA to USSR ☞ National File

“In his interview with RT’s Maria Butina, his first since returning home to Russia, Viktor Bout compared the American media to the Soviet propagandists of old, but said it’s even worse, because the Soviets understood that there were limits to the wild propaganda you could feed to the public. But in America, Bout told RT, there is no limit, and Americans are too stoned to do anything about it.”

Biden Administration Funding Study to Train Drug Addicts to Distribute COVID Tests ☞ Legal Insurrection

The project summary emphasizes that ‘people who inject drugs’ are especially vulnerable to the outbreak of COVID-19 due to ‘structural disadvantage, health vulnerabilities, and stigmatization that prevents adequate access to medical care’ This issue will be addressed through a ‘facilitation of rapid testing by people who inject drugs (PWID) via a supported employment program that trains PWID (people who inject drugs) as peer health workers.’

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