U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration
More than eight-and-a-half tons of prescription drugs were collected in Colorado during the Drug Enforcement Administration’s drug take-back event.
Colorado has become the fourth state to ask the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration to reclassify marijuana in way that allows doctors to prescribe it as a medical treatment.
Prescription drug abuse kills more than twice as many people in Colorado than drunk drivers. That’s why drug “take back” events are so important, promoting proper disposal of unused prescriptions.
A letter by a state official explaining some concerns for communities that decide to ban medical marijuana dispensaries may appear to take one side on the issue and is therefore unethical, Colorado’s attorney general determined.
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