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MINORITYREPORTER
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Minority Reporter, Inc. is a family of publicationsand other media formats committed to fostering self awareness, building community and empowering people of color to reach their greatest potential. Fur-ther, Minority Reporter, Inc. seeks to present a bal-anced view of relevant issues, utilizing its resourcesto build bridges among diverse populations; takingthem from information to understanding.Minority Reporter reserves the right to edit or rejectcontent submitted.The opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the publisher.Minority Reporter does not assume responsibilityconcerning advertisers, their positions, practices,services or products; nor does the publication of advertisements constitute or imply endorsement. Minority Reporter invites news and storysuggestions from readers.Deadline for all copy is Tuesday at noon.Call 585-301-4199or email info@minorityreporter.net.
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• Van White Connects Jobs &Justice March to Historic 63’ Marchon Washington
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• U.S Attorney Hochul to Hold NewsConferencxe in Rochester for Molly• Superintendent Bolgen VargasGives Students a Break with Fewer Exams• Adam Bell Demands MoreSecuritty at Irondequoit’s RegalCimena or will Use Town’s Code toShut it Down• Rochester Immediate CareIntroduces the Flu Shot to Go
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• GOP House: Keeo GovernmentOpen, Hit ‘Obamacare’• 1 Week to Go Until GovernementShutdown Deadline
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Methylone, also known as Molly,is a new street drug made popularby several of today’s rap and hip-hop stars. It’s also the center of aninternaonal narcocs case led by U.S.Aorney William Hochul.Hochul held a conference on StateSt. Monday to discuss recentdevelopments in the case.Representaves of the U.S. PostalService, Border Patrol, DEA and ICEwere in aendance with Hochul.The conference was held in result of the 54 recent arrests in a drug bust,including eight people from Rochesterwho were charged with conspiracy toimport and sell the drug.An intercepted email pped o invesgators about methyloneshipments that were being sentto Rochester last month. Packagescontaining 3.5 kilograms of methylonecrystals were found during the bust.In a separate incident, a Rochesterman died of an overdose of the drugat the Electric Zoo Fesval in New YorkCity Aug. 31.“Using these drugs is Russian roulee,”said Assistant U.S. Aorney DougGregory.Hochul said the manufacturing of Molly is legal in China, and the drugsare made there then imported to thestates.Arrests were also made in Canada,Austria, Switzerland, Belgium,Germany, Britain, Ireland andKazakhstan, according to Hochul.
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