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Brooklyn Bureau: NYPD Towers May Defuse Cop, Community Friction
Sales of HIV Meds Catch Lawmakers' Eyes
Mixed Evidence of Methadone Crackdown
In Debate Over New Jail, City Says An Aim Is To Prevent Violence
A Years-Long Struggle For Prison Moms
Love In A Time Of Incarceration
For White Marijuana Users, Odds Of Arrest Low
For Bloomberg, Race Questions Are New
Life in the Towers: 'I'm Tired Of Ducking Bullets'
Pot Smoke, Dead Elevators & Killer Paint: Life in the Towers
Billboard Owner Censors Marijuana Reform Ad
Paterson Moves to Pardon Convicted Immigrants
The Great Escape
Becoming a Deejay,
Leaving the P-J's
More Than Words?
Bloomberg and Race
The Forty Years War
Hooked: Four decades of drug war in New York City: Marijuana
Soldiers, Prisoners, Casualties—A Drug War's Characters
Heroin: From the Civil War to the 70s, and Beyond
Beginning in the 1970s under President Richard Nixon, the War on Drugs has fought dealers and addicts for four decades. Though originally focusing on big dealers and cartels, officials now arrest many first-time offenders for petty charges and minimal possession. From 2002 through 2008, over 700,000 people were arrested on drug charges in New York City.
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Statistics from the May/June issue of City Limits.