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Biden Calls For Cheaper Prescription Drugs

William Henken ❘

President Joe Biden has told Congress to work to lower prices for prescription drugs, a goal shared by most Americans of both parties.

The War On Drug’s Ongoing Impact On Black People

Krystina Murray ❘

Its been 50 years since the start of the War on Drugs campaign, and some communities were negatively impacted by the campaign.

Johnson & Johnson To Pay $26 Billion In Opioid Settlement

Krystina Murray ❘

A $26 billion settlement with Johnson and Johnson and three other large drug distributors has been declared in response to Opioid lawsuits.

Megan Fox On Why She Quit Drinking Alcohol

Emily Murray ❘

Megan Fox credits her behavior on the Golden Globes red carpet in 2009 as the reason why she quit drinking alcohol all together.

Drug Overdose Deaths Hit 93,331 Record High During Pandemic

Suzette Gomez ❘

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, drug overdose deaths in the United States hit a record high of 93,331 in 2020.

The Controversial Seminole Tribe’s Gambling Deal

Suzette Gomez ❘

On July 9th, President of the Florida Senate, Wilton Simpson, announced a new gaming deal negotiated with the Seminole tribe.  

US Drug Use Peaks After 50 Year War On Drugs

Krystina Murray ❘

Despite America's 50-year War on Drugs and America's trillion dollar budget for prevention, drug use is on the rise.

Current Funding For Harm Reduction Programs

Emily Murray ❘

After an unprecedented amount of overdose deaths this past year, President Biden’s administration is prioritizing harm reduction programs.

Olympic Kayaker Nathan Baggaley Found Guilty Of Smuggling Cocaine

Suzette Gomez ❘

Olympic kayaker Nathan Baggaley found guilty of smuggling $150 million in Cocaine alongside his brother Dru Baggaley.

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