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... for shoplifting. At 18 she was sentenced to one-year probation for underage possession of alcohol. She got involved with the wrong crowd. Her life improved when she ...
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... out of school, become pregnant, be lured into prostitution, abuse drugs or alcohol, be in physically abusive relationships and end up on welfare. They are ...
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... 9th grade year, Cassie developed an interest in witchcraft, suicide, drugs and alcohol. Her desperate parents felt they had to step in. Wehmeyer noted " ...
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... he is asking Congress for funding to hire 200 new investigators with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Unfortunately, a Republican Congress is unlikely ...
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... problem, but at the solution." "That triggered in my mind how Alcoholics Anonymous got started. There were not only two people trying to help each ...
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... Christians observe Lent by fasting or "giving up" some pleasure- such as alcohol- as a modest attempt to create in us "new and contrite hearts ...
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... described Retrouvaille in 2002: "There are programs for couples with serious problems- alcoholism, infidelity or gambling. Trained mentor couples who have experienced severe marital problems ...
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... authority under current law to ban bump stocks. She noted that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has repeatedly said it lacks authority to do ...
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