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Stopping Pushers Who Have Stores

March 23, 2013

Most pushers of illegal drugs would love it if law enforcement agencies tipped them off before moving in for an arrest. Just stop selling the stuff and there won’t be any problems....

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Ladydiamond

Mar-24-13 3:05 PM

Has anyone noticed the Pain Clinic in McMechen that is open 24/7. I had no idea we had the need for a 24/7 facility like that and especially in a small area like this valley. Who would have thought we have that many people in pain around here. Things are looking up in the valley. We even have a couple of eateries that are open 24/7 around here too.

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bloomin

Mar-24-13 12:12 AM

This product can cause these kids problems for the rest of their lives-do the retailers have no conscience? As for the alcohol, the advertisers may make it look appealing, but how many underage drinking parties have been discovered in the past 3 years in this area, and how many have been prosecuted? Its the parents home, its the parents responsibility? No exceptions. And it is not just big parties, may be a few friends at the house and they are getting into the parents booze.

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bloomin

Mar-24-13 12:11 AM

This product can cause these kids problems for the rest of their lives-do the retailers have no conscience? As for the alcohol, the advertisers may make it look appealing, but how many underage drinking parties have been discovered in the past 3 years in this area, and how many have been prosecuted? Its the parents home, its the parents responsibility? No exceptions. And it is not just big parties, may be a few friends at the house and they are getting into the parents booze.

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wvhoopie

Mar-23-13 10:02 AM

America spent $9 billion of our tax dollars housing prisoners who violated marijuana laws! Yea! Big prison business cashes in! Go fascism!!!

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mikeyd

Mar-23-13 8:46 AM

synthetic marijuana.this stuff is nothing like marijuana.way stronger.

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SpankysLastDance

Mar-23-13 8:40 AM

Not defending the people selling that junk to kids, but I think it's time to start getting on those people who distribute the legal drugs that eventually get into the hands of children. I am talking about alcohol. Law enforcement has no problem setting up cashiers at convenience stores, yet the distributors and manufacturers who entice kids with commercials and advertising pushing the excitement of booze consumption should be held responsible. Using James Bond to promote alcohol is just as irresponsible as have the Marlboro Man promote cigarette smoking. Alcohol distributors are low life scumbags, just like those people selling fake pot!

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