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How Minnesota is combatting opioid overdoses

Minnesotans have become more aware of the dangers of prescription medication overdoses over the last decade. Despite having the -lowest overdose rate in the country in 2017, law enforcement isn’t content with that number. Opioid overdoses kill hundreds of people in-state alone and a new initiative looks to reduce that number closer to zero.

Pot arrests down, but convictions steady, in Minnesota in recent years

Recent years have seen a lot of changes in both policies and public opinion regarding marijuana here in the U.S. Given this, one might wonder if Minnesota has seen any notable shifts in how common it is for people to face arrest and major consequences in relation to pot over this time. Statistics cited in a Star Tribune article from earlier this year shed some light on this.

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