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Franco, C. 2009. Federal Domestic Illegal Drug Enforcement Efforts: Are They Working?: R4032. Congressional Research Service Report, P1-37, 41p.
The article explains the approaches the Federal Domestic Drug Control can take in reducing illegal drug use. These approaches include stricter and tougher penalties.

Horwitz, B. 2010. The Role of the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (CICAD): Confronting the Problem of Illegal Drugs in the Americas. Latin American Politics and Society, 52(2), p139-165.

This article is about threats the United States now face due to illegal drugs. It explains what the United States and Latin America are doing to confront the threat.

Millhorn, M., Monaghan, M., Montero, D., Reyes, M., Roman, T., Tollasken, R., et al. 2009. North Americans’ Attitudes Toward Illegal Drugs. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 19(2), p125-141, 5p.

This article is more of a survey taken from United States citizens about the government progress in dealing with the problems of illegal drugs and difficulty within families related to marijuana.

Muhuri, P, K., Gfroerer, J, C. 2011. Mortality Associated with Illegal Drug use Among Adults in the United States. American Journal of Drug & Alcohol Abuse, 37(3), p155-164, 10p.
This article is about an interview taken from 20,983 United States population adults, who answered to questions from the National Health Interview of Drug and Alcohol Use.

Price, M. 2011. Upfront: Marijuana Addiction a Growing Risk as Society Grows More Tolerant. Monitor on Psychology, 42(5), p13.
The article explains the dangers and addictive nature of marijuana, and why some teenagers now view marijuana as a “safe” drug.

Roy, S. 2011. Drugs of Abuse Effects on Immunity and Microbial Pathogenesis. Journal of NeuroImmune Pharmacology, 6(4), P 435-438.
The article explains the impact of substance abuse. It explains how...
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