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Prison For Forced Addiction Treatment? A Parent’s ‘Last Resort’ Has Consequences Alabama Public Radio
Robin Wallace thought her years of working as a counselor in addiction treatment gave her a decent understanding of the system. She has worked in private.
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Alabama woman pleads guilty to attempted murder of toddlers Minneapolis Star Tribune
An Alabama woman has pleaded guilty to the attempted murder of her two children, then ages 1 and 2, and aggravated child abuse.
Justice Department Accuses Maker Of Suboxone With Fraud, Conspiracy Alabama Public Radio
RACHEL MARTIN, HOST: Suboxone has been marketed as a treatment drug that helps people who are addicted to opioids. It actually contains opioids.
Alabama House bill would ban nearly all abortions in state Montgomery Advertiser
The Alabama Legislature will see an attempt to outlaw abortion in nearly all cases, including those involving sexual assault. Rep. Terri Collins, R-Decatur, filed a …
North Alabama is getting the addition of a new outpatient addiction recovery program. His Way Recovery Program has been around since 2007 helping men …
Sackler Family Suspends Philanthropic Giving To U.K. Museums Alabama Public Radio
Two different philanthropic arms of the Sackler family have announced they will temporarily stop all new gifts in the United Kingdom. The Sacklers are.
By day, Joe Musso, a former labor and employment lawyer, works as a federal court administrator at a Birmingham, Alabama courthouse. But outside of his …
Purdue Pharma Agrees To $ 270 Million Opioid Settlement With Oklahoma Alabama Public Radio
Updated at 3:20 p.m. The first of more than 1600 lawsuits pending against Purdue Pharma, the maker of the opioid OxyContin, has been settled. The.