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A New York Life Editor Picks: ‘I’ve Been Looking Around For A Long Time’

A New Yorker editor who has covered the drug war in Mexico for 15 years says she has found a lot of similarities between her time there and her time in New York.

“We both were struggling with drugs, and I’m not a bad person,” Laura L. Vazquez wrote in an article published Wednesday in the New Yorker.

“But I was never the sort of person who was able to get around to doing something about it.

I’ve been looking around for a long time for a way to do something about this.”

“In New York, there is no need to be the bad guy,” she continued.

“The drug war is a war, and it’s not just a war on drugs.

It’s a war against us.”

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 L.V. writes about the drugs war in New Yorks country, and she is an author on the book, Drugs in Mexico, published by Simon & Schuster in November.

The cover of the book has an image of an image from the “drugs in Newyork” section of the New York Times, which she wrote about in her article.

In the article, Vazques words were echoed by others.

“There are no bad cops,” Vazuci said.

“I was at the drug-free zone in New Haven in the summer of 2006, when the police had already shot people and used tear gas to disperse the crowd. “

It is about time, because it is a problem we cannot solve,” she added.

“I was at the drug-free zone in New Haven in the summer of 2006, when the police had already shot people and used tear gas to disperse the crowd.

They did nothing, because there was nowhere to go.”

The drug policy debate in New york has been fraught with controversy since a judge struck down a provision in a 2012 drug decriminalization law that banned possession of any amount of a narcotic without a prescription, a provision that had previously been blocked by a judge.

The judge, U.S. District Judge Robert King, had been weighing the constitutionality of the law, which the mayor and city council had pushed for.

But the judge struck it down in May of this year.

Since then, there have been reports of police brutality in New Mexico, and some critics have charged that the city is going backwards.

Vazquez said she believes New York has a “long way to go” in drug policy reform, especially since the country has “only gotten to the point where we’re still fighting for decriminalization.”

“The drug problem in New Yorkers has gotten worse in the last five years than it has gotten better in the entire last five decades,” she wrote.

(Read Vazos article about her experience covering the drug wars in New Zealand here.)

Vazuci also spoke about the impact of the opioid epidemic, saying, “I know the statistics, but they are still shocking, especially when you’re talking about children and teens.

I remember when I was a kid, my friends and I were always told that the drugs were going to kill us.

It is the people who are doing the killing.”

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In an interview with CNN in May, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said that while the city has been doing its part to curb drug use, “we still have a long way to take.”

De Blasio said he wants to see a federal crackdown on drug production, distribution and sales in New Jersey, where he grew up, and he said that New York’s plan is to spend $4 billion on treatment, addiction, and other services in New England.

DeBlasio said he will also be looking to other states to help with this problem.

New York City will begin offering free addiction treatment in September, but the city will not be able to offer such treatment to anyone with a prescription.

The mayor has also said that he will be moving ahead with his plan to build a $300 million drug treatment facility on Staten Island.

The city has also launched a public health emergency plan, and de Blasio announced Wednesday that the administration is considering making $1 billion in public money available to states that would make treatment available to addicts.

There have been some questions about how New York will tackle the epidemic if it does not address the drugs epidemic.