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    The Maine Department of Education held activities last week for December’s alcohol awareness day. The day (December 2nd) is part of a week-long camp… Read More
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    It’s not unheard of for a Mainer to buy their prescription drugs while in Canada. When the price differences warrant it, we aren’t shy about takin… Read More
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    In a change to policy, Maine citizens will no longer be able to deduct the money they pay for medical marijuana from their income when calculating eli… Read More
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    Post Traumatic Stress Disorder has become well known through news reports of soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. The disorder leaves suffere… Read More
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    It’s an interesting state of affairs when the marijuana reform movement, with a growing list of successes, may see setbacks because of internal diss… Read More
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    It’s no secret that prescription drugs are popular among addicts in Maine. But sometimes, our “needs” are supplied from other states with less s… Read More
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    There are some news stories that stick with you. Like the one about the scourge of heroin in small town Maine. The CNN piece, from 2009, told the tale… Read More
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    One of the criticisms of the push for medical marijuana is that the efforts conceal another agenda – full legalization of marijuana for recreational… Read More
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    Anyone reading the news at all will be aware that illegal use of prescription drugs is devastating our country in all age groups and areas. From midd… Read More
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    Unfortunately by mid-September, it was not difficult to easily find stories about three fatal vehicle crashes that were related to alcohol consumptio… Read More


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