Morning Roundup: January 10, 2012
Nicotine replacement doesn't help smokers quit, Mexican cartels frequently use children as drug mules, and Missouri attempts to stifle meth by banning OTC Pseudoephedrine.
- Nicotine Gum and Skin Patch Face New Doubt [New York Times]
- Mexican Cartels Using Young Children To Smuggle Drugs [Fox News]
- Citing Rise In Meth Labs, Missouri Seeks Statewide Ban of Pseudoephedrine [Missouri Net]
- Ireland's Heroin Addicts Neglected By Overburdened State [Irish Times]
- Trooper Discovers 39 Pounds Of Cocaine At Routine Traffic Stop [KETK]
- While More People Favor Legalizing MMJ, Local Governments Move To Block Legislation [Sacramento Bee]