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  • Law Enforcement And Legalization Of Drugs
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    The legalizing of drugs have been an issue in the forefront since the 20's and the 30 with the probation of alcohol. Many have argued weather narcotics should be legalized or not. There are arguments supporting each side. People who are in favor of the legalization of drugs claim that drugs would increase our economy, making drugs legal will reduce the great amounts of money spent on law enforcement, and legalization of drugs would benefit the federal budget. Those who don not favor the legaliza...
  • Contributor To The Increase Of Mdma Users
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    During the 1960's and the 1970's, it was known as the "love drug". The following decade, many witnessed the popularization of the "happy drug". This drug is chemically known as MDMA, or methylenedioximetamphetamine. To many of the younger generation, it is dubbed as "Ecstasy" or "XTC". MDMA is a powerful stimulant and mood changer that accelerates your body system and modifies your perception of the world. It is not a drug created from nature, but from laboratories and garages. It can produce st...
  • Residual Amount Of Insulin Secretion The Patient
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    Type II Diabetes: New Drugs and new Perspectives Pathophysiology: Type 2 DM differs from type one in several distinct ways: It is ten tomes more common and has a great genetic component, occurs most commonly in adults, increasing with prevalence in age (20-25% occurring over the age of 65) and more commonly occurring with Native Americans, Mexican Americans, and African Americans, and is associated with increased resistance to the effects of insulin secretion by the pan crease, unlike its counte...
  • Increase In The Use Of Drugs
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    Crime Americas drug policy; a self destructive path. America has had a policy of prohibition when drugs are involved since the harrison act of 1914. Since that time we have seen nothing but a rise in the use of drugs, peaking off in 1979. Now that does not mean out drug policy has been working in recent times. In 1951 the "Boggs law" came into effect, witch required sever mandatory penalties for any drug offense. That law was modified by the narcotics control act of 1956 witch again raised the b...
  • Drug Corruption
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    SOCIAL CONDITIONS Social problems include a rapidly increasing population, inequitable income distribution, regional imbalances, and a discontented middle class. In addition, rampant drug trafficking has destabilized large parts of society and corrupted officials. The benefits of the substantial economic progress since the mid-1980's have been enjoyed mainly by those already wealthy, and even this progress was interrupted by the 1994 1995 financial crisis. Throughout the 1960's and 1970's, the p...
  • Drug War
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    In this country, we are locked in a war we simply cannot win. We strive to protect over 10,000 miles of border, against enemies who are driven by the lure of a huge profit. We fought a version of this war before with prohibition, and we lost that one. All that has really resulted from this war is the overcrowding of prisons, the expansion of law enforcement's ability to infringe on the personal lives of ordinary citizens, paranoia and distrust. If its not obvious already, I am referring to the w...
  • Effectiveness Of The President's Drug Policy
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    The President's Drug Policy Iris Ramirez Criminal Justice Policy Analysis April 17, 2005 Introduction The following is a summary of the President's policy emphasizing on the President's stated objectives. Stopping drug use before it starts, providing drug treatment, and attacking the economic basis of the drug trade are the main positions the President stressed. The President's policy was analyzed by the important tasks played by law enforcement, schools and the community. The apprehension of ma...
  • Valley Drug Mart
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    SITUATION ANALYSIS George Farin is the sole proprietor of the Valley Drug Mart that he has built in his hometown of Middleton, Nova Scotia, over a period of fifteen years. The business has thrived and grown through the acquisition of the towns' only competition and the relocation to a 7000 square foot building. After fifteen years in business, Mr. Farin has learned that a major pharmacy Lawton's Drugs would be opening in a new strip mall approximately one kilometre from his business. With a popu...

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