Food City Seeks To Spread Blame In Opioid Lawsuit Brought By TN Attorney General

Tennessee Attorney General Accuses Food City Grocery Chain Of Padding Profits Through Sales Of “Massive Quantities” Of Opioids.

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Illegal Immigration Surge Helped Fuel U.S. Drug Overdose Spike

Drug Overdoses Spiked Last Year Alongside A Significant Rise In Illegal Immigration, Raising Questions About How The Increased Traffic At The Border Could Be Leading To More Drug Deaths.

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Grieving Tennessee Mom Shares Fentanyl Warning

“I want to share how our son Brenden died, in hopes of saving others. On Friday, June 4, 2021, Brenden was at home. We had a family dinner together and watched a movie. Then he went to his room, and that night he died in his sleep. We did not find out his cause of death until almost three months later from his autopsy report, and we were shocked: Accidental drug overdose from a lethal amount of Fentanyl…”

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Tennessee Health Officials Issue Warning About Counterfeit Drugs

Tennessee Has Seen A Rise In Overdose Deaths And Counterfeit Pills. The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation, The Department Of Health, And Other Groups Held A News Conference On Monday, October 11, To Warn Tennesseans About This Epidemic.

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Memphis Border Patrol Agents Intercept Mexican Drug Shipment

U.S. Customs And Border Patrol Agents In Memphis Confiscated A Large Amount Of Fentanyl That Was Enroute To Houston. According To Agents, There Was Enough Of The Drug To Potentially Kill Hundreds Of Thousands Of People.

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Criminal Justice Subcommittee Approves Resolution to Block Legislation Allowing Recreational Drug Use

The Resolution States That The General Assembly Would Be Unable To Enact Laws That Would Authorize Rape, Human Trafficking, Prostitution, Or The Recreational Use Of Any Substance As Identified By The U.S. Department Of Justice Or The Drug Enforcement Agency.

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