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Lawmakers must address misuse of drugs in Ohio

August 31, 2013

Misuse of legal drugs has become a leading cause of death in Ohio, surpassing the toll taken by vehicle crashes....

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Aug-31-13 3:51 PM

Go to one of the local drug stores " Giant Eagle " and watch as they fill prescriptions by the truck load .

Then multiple this by the numbers, Amazing.

These people now adays can make drugs out of anything,

What was it.Cough medicine you have to be 18 at some drug stores ?

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Aug-31-13 1:17 PM

It looks like

h e r o i n

is a forbidden word here. I guess I should have used a more proper word like "smack" or "junk".

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Aug-31-13 1:11 PM

I would like to see the medical professionals start policing themselves because cops can't tell doctors what, and how much, to prescribe. There is a huge epidemic right now involving people hooked on prescription meds. When there is no more refills, the addict goes to the street and buys them illegally at astronomical prices. When the addict realizes ******e is much cheaper and provides the same fix they start shooting up instead. Nobody sticks a needle in their arm just because they wanted to try it. Its an act of desperation.

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Aug-31-13 9:43 AM

please excuse my typeo

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Aug-31-13 9:42 AM

Great editorial! This is a very serious this is a very serious issue.

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