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Until the Harrison Narcotics Act of 1914, there were no federal laws regulating drugs such as morphine or cocaine.
The song was inspired by his rehab stints for cocaine abuse.
Inside the car was nearly an ounce of crack cocaine and more than 6 ounces of marijuana, the report said.
And this is supported by people who take cocaine or amphetamines, which increase dopamine a lot.
So by that definition, sure, stevia is derived from nature, but so are cocaine and heroin.
After making contact with the driver and further investigation, Officer Clisham located a baggie containing a white powdery substance, later determined to be cocaine, and a firearm inside the vehicle.
The new leader of Ontario's conservative party is the brother of late Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, who became famous for smoking crack cocaine.
Also found in the car was cocaine, rolling papers and a pipe with residue.
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: a powerful drug that is used in medicine to stop pain or is taken illegally for pleasure
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