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"When [doctors] choose to overprescribe narcotics to patients, and they know that these patients may be or are abusing them, then they change from being a physician to really being a drug dealer."  

— Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley discussing the causes of prescription drug abuse in Alabama. The Drug Enforcement Administration on Wednesday launched what one federal law enforcement source described as the "single largest pharmaceutical operation in DEA history."
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Thousands Fly "Home to Vote" For Ireland Gay Marriage Referendum

Voters went to the polls in Ireland Friday on whether to allow gay marriage in a referendum that has seen thousands of citizens travel home from overseas in order to take part. The historic poll could make Ireland the first country in the world to adopt the policy by popular vote. Airports and ferry terminals were busier than usual as many shared their journey on social media using the hashtag #hometovote. Polling stations will remain open until 10 p.m. local time (5 p.m. ET). Read »