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  1. Justice Department, DEA Propose Significant Opioid Manufacturing Reduction in 2019Read the original story

    3 hrs ago | Holtville Tribune

    The Department of Justice and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration have proposed a reduction for controlled substances that may be manufactured in the U.S. next year. Consistent with President Trump's "Safe Prescribing Plan" that seeks to "cut nationwide opioid prescription fills by one-third within three years," the proposal decreases manufacturing quotas for the most six frequently misused opioids for 2019 by an average ten percent as compared to the 2018 amount.

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  2. Justice Department wants to reduce opioid manufacturingRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | NOLA.com

    U.S. drug manufacturers may soon face tighter production quotas on six opioids that are prone to abuse. The limits, part of a proposal from the Trump administration, would reduce drug production by 10 percent over the next year.

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  3. DEA Proposes Reduction in US Opioid Manufacturing QuotesRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | JD Supra

    On August 16, 2018, in a joint statement by the US Department of Justice and the US Drug Enforcement Administration , the government proposed a reduction in the Aggregate Production Quotas for certain controlled substances that may be manufactured in the United States next year. The government indicated that its intent was to "cut nationwide opioid prescription fills by one-third within three years."

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  4. DEA proposes more cannabis, fewer opioids in 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Rational Review

    "Two federal agencies hope to reduce the nation's opioid epidemic with the help of legal cannabis. In a news release issued by the Department of Justice and the Drug Enforcement Administration, officials are calling to quintuple the cultivation of research-grade cannabis while reducing production of the nation's most frequently abused opioids.

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  5. Federal judge upholds Oklahoma's lethal injection protocol, rules executions can resumeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2014 | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    Oklahoma's lethal injection protocol is constitutional and the state can proceed with the scheduled executions of four death row inmates early next year, a federal judge ruled on Monday. U.S. District Judge Stephen Friot denied a request for a preliminary injunction that was requested by a group of Oklahoma death row inmates.

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  6. DEA proposes for more marijuana, less opioids in 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 17 | SFGate

    In a news release issued by the Department of Justice and the Drug Enforcement Administration, officials are calling to quintuple the cultivation of research-grade cannabis while reducing production of the nation's most frequently abused opioids. The DEA specifically identified oxycodone, hydrocodone, oxymorphone, hydromorphone, morphine, and fentanyl as the pharmaceuticals that should reduce production in 2019.

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  7. Halifax doctor tests new post-surgery pain relief approachRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 17 | Truro Daily News

    If you've ever had shoulder surgery, such as a rotator cuff repair, you'll likely remember the moment the nerve block wore off. Dr. Vishal Uppal of Halifax is leading a research project that will see one set of shoulder surgery patients get a two-milligram dose of hydromorphone six hours after the nerve block is administered.

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  8. DEA seeks bigger marijuana stash for researchers, fewer prescription opioids producedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 17 | Washington Times

    The Drug Enforcement Administration has proposed increasing the amount of marijuana that can be legally grown in the U.S. for research purposes by more than 500 percent, potentially expanding the size of the stash used by scientists to roughly 5,400 pounds in 2019. Along with imposing new limits on the manufacturing of frequently abused opioids, proposed production quotas scheduled to be published Monday in the Federal Register show the DEA wants to more than quintuple the amount of marijuana allowed to be legally cultivated for medical and scientific research.

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  9. Justice Department, DEA proposes reduction in opioid production in 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 17 | KIII

    The Justice Department and the U.S Drug Enforcement Administration is seeking to battle the opioid crisis by reducing the production of opioids in 2019. In a press release on Thursday, the two organizations proposed "decreasing the manufacturing quotas for the six most frequently misused opioids for 2019 by an average ten percent as compared to the 2018 amount."

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  10. Federal time for Truro man guilty of B&E/assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Truro Daily News

    A Truro man was sentenced Thursday to two years in a federal institution after pleading guilty to committing assault during a break and enter at a Young Street residence last May. Jeremy Carroll, 19, entered a change of plea to guilty on several charges and requested through his attorney for a speedy conclusion to his case so that he could receive counselling that is not available in a provincial correctional facility. "Mr. Carroll had set these matters for trial, there was a number of them," his lawyer Sarah White said.

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  11. Department of Justice, DEA propose a oesignificanta opioid manufacturing reduction in 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 16 | The Trussville Tribune

    The Department of Justice and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration have proposed a reduction for controlled substances that may be manufactured in the U.S. next year. Consistent with President Trump's "Safe Prescribing Plan" that seeks to "cut nationwide opioid prescription fills by one-third within three years," the proposal decreases manufacturing quotas for the most six frequently misused opioids for 2019 by an average ten percent as compared to the 2018 amount.

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  12. Trump administration proposes production quota cuts for six opioidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 16 | Channelnewsasia.com

    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK: The Trump administration on Thursday proposed that U.S. drugmakers cut production quotas of the six most abused opioids by 10 percent next year to fight a nationwide addiction crisis. In a statement, the U.S. Justice Department and Drug Enforcement Administration said the proposed cut would be in keeping with President Donald Trump's effort to cut opioid prescription fills by one-third within three years.

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  13. Trump calls for lawsuit against some opioid companiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 16 | CBC News

    On Thursday, U.S. President Donald Trump said he wanted to file a federal lawsuit against certain companies that supply and manufacture opioids, rather than joining existing lawsuits filed by several states. U.S. President Donald Trump is asking Attorney General Jeff Sessions to file a federal lawsuit against certain companies that supply and manufacture opioids.

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  14. Trump administration seeks cuts in production of abused opioidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 16 | Reuters

    The Trump administration on Thursday said it was proposing that U.S. pharmaceutical companies cut production of the six most abused opioids by 10 percent next year, in an effort to reduce the number of drugs potentially diverted for trafficking. Needles used for shooting heroin and other opioids along with other paraphernalia litter the ground in a park in the Kensington section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. October 26, 2017.

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  15. 2 N.S. women charged with drug trafficking following 7-month investigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | GlobalNews

    Nova Scotia RCMP say the investigation by members of the Inverness/Richmond County Street Crime Enforcement Unit began in February. Darlene Lorraine Bowen, 54, of Embree Island, N.S., and Carol Bouchie, 47, of Aulds Cove, N.S., have been charged with trafficking oxycodone.

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  16. Pharmacist indicted in opioid caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | KMAN-AM Manhattan

    A Wichita pharmacist has been indicted in a scheme to unlawfully distribute tens of thousands of opioid tablets that has already ensnared a doctor. The U.S. attorney's office says 45-year-old Ebube Otuonye, of Bel Aire, faces one count of conspiracy to unlawfully dispense prescription drugs, one count of unlawfully dispensing prescription drugs and two counts of health care fraud.

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  17. RPT-UPDATE 2-Hikma sees higher full-year revenue, shares climbRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Reuters

    London-listed Hikma Pharmaceuticals expects higher full-year revenue after raising forecasts at its top injectables and generics businesses, sending its shares up 10 percent. The Jordanian drugmaker said it sold more injectable opioids in the United States due to a supply shortage, and had a better-than-forecast performance in generics for the first half of the year as its prices proved more resilient than expected.

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  18. UPDATE 1-Hikma boosts revenue view at top units; cautions on injectables demandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Reuters

    London-listed Hikma Pharmaceuticals raised the full-year revenue forecast for its injectables and generics businesses on Wednesday, but warned that it does not expect the same demand for some injectable products to continue into 2019. The Jordanian drugmaker said it sold more injectable opioids in the United States amid a supply shortage, and had a better-than-expected performance in generics for the first half of the year.

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  19. New details in federal indictment of Wichita pharmacist linked to doctor facing trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 14 | The Wichita Eagle

    A Wichita pharmacist was indicted Tuesday on charges of illegally dispensing nearly 100,000 prescription opioid pills, U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister said. The U.S. Attorney's Office identified the pharmacist as Ebube Otuonye, 45, owner of Neighborhood Pharmacy, 2251 E. 21st North.

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  20. Cavendish woman sentenced for trafficking mother's cancer pain medicationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 12 | The Labradorian

    Judge Bruce Short said he found it hard to image a situation more selfish than the one he dealt with Tuesday, Aug. 14, in sentencing Emily Marie Williams of Cavendish. The 40-year-old woman received a sentence of two years plus one day for her role in the plot to sell her mother's prescription pain medication.

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