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Suit: Minnesota drug training program violated rights

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Six people who say they were given drugs as part of a now-suspended program that taught police how to recognize signs of drug use have sued the state of Minnesota and several law enforcement agencies, alleging the program was an "unethical clinical trial" that treated participants like "guinea pigs."

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