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    Question:

    what are the three drugs most used in arizona



    Answer:

    Statistics on Arizona "drug use" vary.  However, the following drugs rank in order of quantity seized in Arizona by the federal government during the year 2007 (according to the U.S. Department of Drug Enforcement):

    1.   Marijuana (428,800.9 kgs seized);

    2.  Cocaine (2,196.4 kgs seized);

    3.   Methamphetamine (331.8 kgs seized).


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    1 thru 5 of 5 comments    [ 1 ]   
    On 03/27/09
    J-QID from AZ said:
    i find it stupid that alcohol and cigarettes are legal but MJ is not. i find it odd that as americans we like to think that we can "protect" everyone, well i say that no one needs protection from MJ, i say what about the people who needed protection from that drunk driver, or that child who needed help when his mom and dad would smoke cigarettes in front of him. well the protection there. hypocracy, thy name is america
    On 02/20/09
    JARED from AZ said:
    I THLNK ALCOHOL IS THE MOST USED DRUG IN ARIZONA. MARJUINA IS UP IN THE RANKINGS RIGHT BEHIND ALCOHOL. BUT THEY ARE ALL A BAD INFLUNCE ON TODAY'S SOCIETY.
    On 01/01/09
    chris from AZ said:
    actually alcohol is the number 1 used " drug " in this country if not the whole world. alcohol is responsible for between 500,000 and 750,000 deaths in this country every year. this information is directly from the L.A. county coroners office. tv show on MSNBC about all the John and Jayne Doe's in L.A. county. alcohol, by 10,000 or 100,000 fold, is way worse than all the other drugs combined and its legal ???? also, how many of those alcohol related deaths are poeple that were'nt even drinking, just happened to be at the wrong place at the the wrong time!!! pretty sad all the hypocracy!!!!!!!!
    On 09/12/08
    Chris from AZ said:
    Bud is good for you. It releases stress from everyday life. No one has ever died from bud, but Alcohol and Tobacco (legal drugs) kill millions every year.
    On 09/01/08
    Hannah from AZ said:
    Wow, don't people know drugs are bad for their health.
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