Clarksville Clinic Raided One Month After Doctor Placed On Probation

Federal Law Enforcement Agents Recently Raided A Clarksville Clinic, Just A Month After The Tennessee Board Of Medical Examiners Placed The Physician There On Probation.

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DEA Reclassification Of Marijuana May Force Tennessee Legislators To Reconsider The Issue

Tennessee Lawmakers May Have To Reconsider The Legalization Of Marijuana As The Drug Enforcement Agency Proposes A Recategorizing Of Marijuana To A Lower Category Drug Classification.

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Celina, Tennessee Was Once A Hub For The Opioid Crisis

It’s No Secret That America Is Facing An Opioid Crisis, And Tennessee Is No Exception To The Rule. A Criminal Case Alleged That Two Pharmacies In Celina, Tennessee, That Shared The Same Owners, Were Found To Be Filling Opioid Prescriptions In Massive Proportions.

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TBI Warns Of Mexican Drug Cartels In Tennessee In Wake Of Ineffective Illegal Immigration Bills

The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation Says Drug Cartels From Mexico Are Making It Increasingly More Difficult To Do Their Jobs Safely. This Comes In The Wake Of Ineffective Legislation Passed In The Last General Assembly That Serves As More Of A Draw For Illegal Immigration Than A Deterrent And A Flurry Of Good Legislation Killed Before Reaching The Floor For A Vote.

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Security Moms Are Taking Charge This Halloween (Marsha Blackburn Op-Ed)

Nearly Every Time I Turn On The News Or Read The Paper, I See Story After Story Of Americans Falling Victim To Drugs Laced With Fentanyl. It’s Impossible To Miss The Devastating Impact Of Joe Biden’s Open Southern Border. Though Miles Away, Communities In Cities And Suburbs Across America Are Now On The Front Line Of The War On Drugs. With Halloween Just Around The Corner, Parents Are Worried About Protecting Their Children From This Drug Epidemic. I Have Released A Guide To Help Parents Know What To Look For And Keep Young Ones Safe As They Trick-Or-Treat.

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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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