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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Sniffing Legal Substances is Still Against the Rules in the Military

Via Air Force Times

Matthew Tully, a veteran of war responds to a question on military inhalant abuse.  A question was posed if military personnel could be punished for getting high off legal substances. 

Tully writes,

"Just because products that are innocuous when used appropriately, such as glue, gasoline and nail polish remover, are not designated as controlled substances doesn’t mean service members can inhale or otherwise abuse them without risk of discipline."

Read his full response here.

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