Category Archives: Drugs In Arizona

How To Leave Arizona (For Good)


NoArizona is No Longer Based in Arizona

NoArizona has been around for a few years now. If you’ve been following NoArizona, you may have noticed there hasn’t been an update in a while. There is a simple explanation for this: I left Arizona, and it is the furthest thing from my mind. Living in Arizona was such an unpleasant experience, I enjoy NOT thinking about it! Keep reading, and I’ll tell you how I got out! Continue reading

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NoArizona Articles Available for Download


NoArizona Articles Available in PDF Format

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Updated 3/21/2014
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NoArizona On YouTube


A Blog about why you should not live in ArizonaNoArizona has started a YouTube channel! Stop by, and let us know what you think! Below is our premiere video, with more on the way.

 

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Year In Review: 2012’s Most Popular NoArizona Articles


I hate ArizonaThank You For Reading NoArizona!

As 2012 comes to an end, we take a look back at the year’s most popular articles! Read on, there may be an article you missed! Continue reading

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To Live And Die In Arizona


Arizona is one of the most depressed places in the United States

Living (And Dying) In Arizona

If you’ve read NoArizona articles before, you’ve heard numerous reasons why Arizona is a bad place to live. I dug a little deeper and found dying in Arizona would be much worse.

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Arizona’s Drug Addiction


Arizona has a very present drug problem. Drugs are readily available in Arizona, primarily because most drugs are brought across the border from Mexico. In Arizona, there is a greater likelihood your child will experiment with drug usage. According to the Adolescent Substance Abuse Knowledge Base, Arizona holds the highest incidence rate for marijuana use at 8.9%, and the national average was 6.3%.

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