Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Eastern Connecticut stores cater to drug users

Norwich Bulletin (Norwich, CT) January 21, 2012

"The message was brief but stark.
In dozens of convenience stores and gas stations across the region, purchasing drug paraphernalia is as simple as buying a candy bar or gallon of milk, a substance abuse prevention councilor told the Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments last week.
Often, the products — which include glass pipes, bowls, rolling papers and, in some cases, scales — are displayed in glass cases near cash registers and feature elaborate decorations or colorful patterns." Read More

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