A new study which surveyed 1,000 people who were prescribed opioids in the past year revealed two-thirds planned to keep the pills they had left over, as half of those polled were given no information on how or where to discard the medications.
Fewer dogs, worse conditions, than in the Howell Township dog-hoarding case. That's partly how staffers of American Humane Societies and Popcorn Park in Lacey described animals discovered in a Jackson garage. Other adjectives are "filth and misery," and "hell."
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