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Minneapolis May Abolish Its Police Force — What Does This Mean?
Minneapolis May Abolish Its Police Force — What Does This Mean?
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In the wake of the death of George Floyd, an idea that has been around for quite some time is starting to gain some traction: defunding the police.


The idea of “defunding” the police is something many people have a negative knee-jerk reaction to. However, what defunding or abolishing police inside and outside of Minneapolis means may surprise you. Here’s what you need to know.


Abolishing the Police in Minneapolis: What Does It Mean?


Proponents of

How a Stay-at-Home-Violation Could Lead to a Minnesota Drug Crime Charge
How a Stay-at-Home-Violation Could Lead to a Minnesota Drug Crime Charge
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With a stay-at-home order firmly in place in Minnesota through a governor’s order, Minnesotans are expected to stay at home.


These days, going out for a drive in your car can lead to more than you bargained for – as one Minnesota couple now charged with felony drug crimes for possession of methamphetamines has found out.


Ignoring the parameters of this order can land you in hot water with police, who can pull you over and search your

Minnesota’s Drug-Free Zone Laws Designed to be Unfair
Minnesota’s Drug-Free Zone Laws Designed to be Unfair
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Drug-free zone laws were implemented at the height of the crack cocaine epidemic as a part of the “War on Drugs.” These laws enhanced penalties for drug crimes committed in areas frequented by children with the hope of keeping drug dealers from selling to kids, and to keep drug-related violence away from them.


Sounds like a good idea, right?


In theory, perhaps. However, in practice, drug-free zone laws impose unreasonably harsh penalties that disproportionately affect low-income areas

Illegal Prescription Drugs: How Minnesota Handles Them
Illegal Prescription Drugs: How Minnesota Handles Them
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Drug possession and trafficking crimes can involve the manufacture, transport, sale or distribution, or mere possession of any controlled substance, and penalties are based primarily on two factors: what kind of drug it is, and how much you have.


Although millions of prescriptions are filled daily across the country, above board and according to law, there’s a fine line between when handling prescribed medications is legal and when it’s not. In fact, the National Institute on Drug Abuse



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