New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has pledged to crack down on the city’s illegal marijuana cafes, saying the city must do more to stop people from buying, selling or transporting drugs from neighboring states.

“I’ve seen this all too often in the last year: This is the drug of the people.

This is a drug that will never go away, and the sooner we stop it, the better off we’ll be,” Mr de Blasio said on Sunday.”

We have the capacity to shut down these businesses.

We have the power to arrest the dealers.

We’re going to do all the things we need to do to take this down,” Mr Trump said on Friday.”

If the dealers don’t have access to guns, if they don’t get the drugs in their hands, if it’s just a matter of time, I think we can be very successful.”

The ban on pot cafes was put in place in December.

Since then, there have been at least 10 arrests of dealers in New York. 

“I think we have to be very tough,” Mr Obama said.

“The drug of our generation is heroin.

And there are some who use marijuana and other drugs, but they do so at a much higher rate than people who are addicted to heroin.”‘

You can’t just ignore the drug’The president was in New Hampshire on Friday, but he also promised to continue to enforce federal laws against the illicit trade in drugs.

“There are laws that have been in place that I think are working,” Mr De Blasio said.

“And I think the president, when he comes back, will make sure that the drug war, which is the war that we’re in right now, doesn’t go away.”

And it’s why we need all the enforcement that we can possibly get.””

I think that’s why our cities have been so dangerous.

And it’s why we need all the enforcement that we can possibly get.”

That’s why I’ve always believed that you can’t simply ignore the war.

“A similar crackdown on the sale of cocaine and heroin was also announced in December, but Mr Trump has since said he was wrong to say it was not a war on the drug trade.

Mr Trump has previously said he supported the US government’s crackdown on drugs, and was a strong supporter of marijuana reform in general.”

In terms of drug laws, I’m a big supporter of those laws,” he told Fox News in September.”

When I was running for president, I said that we have too many drug laws.

“And when I became president, and when we got involved in the war in Afghanistan, I was against the war, but I supported it.”

The reason I was for it was I thought it was a very good idea.

It was a lot of money.

And you can get rid of drugs with drugs.

“Mr de Blasio says the federal government is making progress on reducing drug use, but there is still a long way to go.”

It’s not a big problem.

We’ve got to take some time and some space to sort out what’s happening,” he says.”

What’s happening is that we are seeing a tremendous increase in overdose deaths and a tremendous rise in drug overdoses.””

But you can look at the number of deaths of young men that have died from opioids, that are being taken from people that are addicted.

“So it’s not going away.

It’s going to get worse.”

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