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Friday May 10th, 2019 day edition

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The document says that ending prohibition is “the only real possibility” to address the problem.

The IDPC report found that there had been a 145 percent increase in drug-related deaths over the previous 10 years.

Additionally, one in five prisoners globally are incarcerated due to drug-related crimes, often for simply possessing cannabis or other illicit substances.

During his campaign and after winning election, he has consistently called for major reforms to his country’s prohibition on drugs.

With Canada’s decision to legalize and Mexico pushing to decriminalize all drugs, the U.S. may soon find itself isolated by its neighbors when it comes to drug policy.

“Governments are increasingly finding they can neither justify nor afford maintaining the war on drugs,” Hawkins pointed out.

“Leaders are looking for exit strategies, as we are now seeing in Mexico. »

How the Hell Has Danielle Steel Managed to Write 179 Books?

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It's a dutiful message, and yet the sheer amount that Steel has accomplished in her five-decade career does seem like the stuff of dreams.

(A few times a month, when she feels the crunch, she spends a full 24 hours at her desk.).

Danielle Steel's handcrafted desk in her San Francisco office, designed in the image of three of her best-selling books Danielle Steel. »

Sexuality continues to change and develop well into adulthood, finds study

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The results also show distinct development pathways for men and women, with female sexuality being more fluid over time.

"Until recently, researchers have tended to focus on just one of these aspects, or dimensions, to measure and categorize people.

The results indicated that such developmental patterns are better described in nine categories - differing for both men and women. »

Colorado students walk out and chant 'mental health' in protest at calls for gun control during shooting vigil

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Students then held their own vigil outside and chanted "mental health" in response to the calls for more gun control.

9NEWS anchor Kyle Clark reported that some students returned to the gym to continue their vigil, saying they did not want to be used to push for more gun control.

They later returned, took the mic, and some said they didn't want to be used to promote gun control. »