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Arizona pharmacists would be allowed to fill most prescriptions issued by foreign doctors.
If your son or daughter uses marijuana, where would you prefer they purchase it from? Drug dealers who also sell other drugs like cocaine and heroin, or medical marijuana cardholders?
The Drug Enforcement Administration and its state, local and tribal law enforcement partners will give the public another opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs.
Three students from the East Valley Institute of Technology won gold medals last month at two national competitions.
The Gilbert Police Department recently opened a container that allows people to dispose of their medications safely.
The rights of adults to purchase and use marijuana is about personal freedom — the freedom of adults to seek their own happiness the way they want as long as they are not harming someone else. Peanuts are lethal to some, but we don’t cage peanut growers, sellers or consumers, and neither should we cage cannabis growers, sellers or consumers.
The traditional 5 "Cs" of Arizona are:Copper, Cotton, Cattle, Citrus, Climate.
A community drug turn-in event, in partnership between Target and the Chandler Police Department, will be held 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 27 at the Target located at 3425 W. Frye Rd., Chandler.
State health officials say a delay in opening the first medical marijuana dispensary in the Phoenix area means there will be a delay in starting to phase out cardholders’ authorizations to grow their own.
A good friend has a terminal illness but you can do something at no cost that could very well cure him. There are drugs in development that have been proven to be safe for his condition, but have not yet finished the final procedures the FDA requires. The FDA places these drugs out of reach of dying patients, drugs that could save their lives. Apparently it’s OK to die, but not for a dying man to risk a drug reaction!
Cannabis helps prevent diseases like Alzheimer’s disease and many types of cancer. Cannabis is one of the most powerful anti-inflammatory substances on the planet. Chronic inflammation is the root cause of many, if not most, of the diseases of the human body.
Three people are in custody after police busted an illegal marijuana dispensary Tuesday in Tempe, according to officials.
“The venter complaining about too many Mormons in Arizona failed to mention that they are all legal citizens not someone who snuck into the country and think they should collect the benefits that legal citizens do.”
Authorities say a woman is in custody for allegedly taking her young son to a drug deal in Mesa.
I’m writing about “Group pushing for broader medical marijuana laws” (Tribune, Sept. 15).
Police say they have arrested the operator of two “compassion clubs” in Tempe and seized more than 120 marijuana plants.
PHOENIX — A state appeals court hears arguments Thursday on whether to temporarily put on hold a judge's order upholding Arizona's medical marijuana program.
The Gilbert Police Department, in partnership with Shred It, will host a crime prevention event 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 14 at the Target Store parking lot, 3931 S. Gilbert Road. During the event, residents can securely shred documents, dispose of medicine and get vehicle V.I.N. etching.
Seven Mesa High School students were taken to the hospital Wednesday after allegedly smoking an unknown substance.
Mesa police arrested two men officers say had more than 14 pounds of drugs worth $425,000 in their possession after a traffic stop was conducted on each of the suspects, one of whom had his baby daughter in the back seat of the car.
The state's first medical marijuana dispensaries could be up, running and selling the drug by mid July.
WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration is appealing to dog and cat owners for information as it struggles to solve a mysterious outbreak of illness and deaths among pets that ate jerky treats.
Arizona voters will decide on Nov. 6 if terminally ill patients can have the right to serve as test cases for medical treatments that have not received federal approval.
I’m writing about Linda Turley-Hansen’s not-so-thoughtful column: “Just like booze and porn, pot changes the brain” (April 27).
Terminally ill patients could get access to drugs that have not been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration under the terms of a measure given preliminary Senate approval Tuesday.