Monthly Archives: June 2014

Undoped Cut: prescription for drug sanity

Well, this is the last installment of suggestions for improving the sanity of our drug handling in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Someone told me that this could never fly–not because in would be too dangerous or expensive–it’s no more dangerous … Continue reading

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Prescription for Drug Sanity, continued, Part 3

This is the third installment of observations and recommendations that arose from studying the deadly results of the drug related death epidemic directly from the report card: autopsy results. Some will say that making drugs more available to persons 21 … Continue reading

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Prescription for Drug Sanity, Part 2, 060614

To continue from last week… It is imperative that we change our orientation to prescription or other drugs—stop thinking of them as parts of our environment/culture managed by anyone but ourselves. We already view ‘pets’ in this way. If I … Continue reading

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