The Minnesota House approved medical marijuana legislation Friday with overwhelming support that cut across party lines. It's passage, with a 86-39 vote, leaves Minnesota poised to become the 22nd state with a medical marijuana program. What that program will look like is still up in the air. A co ... More >>
That's what the Star Tribune wants readers to believe. It's right there in the lede to today's explainer piece about about meth lab toxicity. Without citation, reporter Karen Yousa bluntly asserts that meth is "Minnesota's biggest drug problem." Sounds scary. But is it true? Not by most available ... More >>
This Sunday night, Twin Cities Public Television will rebroadcast the station's highest-rated production, Meth: Shadow Across America, and Life After Meth, two chilling documentaries co-produced by the Hazelden Foundation. The airing couldn't be more timely: Last week it was announced that meth-rela ... More >>
What we know--and what we don't--about methamphetamine's history, chemistry, and impact on users
Ever since his first jolt of painkillers 17 years ago, Curt has been meaning to get clean. Soon.
Minneapolis officials insist police did everything by the book before Clay Fingerman killed himself. But nobody wants to talk about the shotgun left by his door.