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by David Gutierrez

The campaign to prevent cannabis legalization in Arizona recently accepted a half-million dollar donation from a pharmaceutical company accused of peddling a dangerous narcotic painkiller off-label.

Drug company Insys made the donation to Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy on Aug. 31, according to information posted by the Arizona Secretary of State. The revelation has lent support to longstanding claims by legalization proponents that drug companies view cannabis as a source of competition for their more addictive, dangerous and expensive products.

naturalnews.com

September 14, 2016

by Daniel Barker

As if the CDC didn't already have enough sweeping powers, the agency's new proposed regulations (if approved) will grant it unprecedented authority to do pretty much anything it wants - including detainment, forced medical treatments and forced vaccines.

The new proposed regulations can be found here, but don't expect to see a straightforward explanation of what they actually mean - despite the fact that the agency is required to give one, according to the rules set out in the 2010 Plain Language Act. In fact, although the CDC claims to have adhered to the Plain Language Act in drawing up the proposed regulations, it still requires a lot of patience and possibly some experience with complicated legalese mumbo jumbo to get at the true meaning.

naturalnews.com

September 14, 2016

by Andy Davis

As the mumps outbreak spreads in part of Arkansas, state officials should do more to minimize the disruption in the education of children who have not been vaccinated against disease, some lawmakers said Monday.

Those guidelines call for unvaccinated children to be excluded from schools where an outbreak has occurred until 26 days after the last instance of a person developing the swollen salivary glands often caused by the disease. Students who develop symptoms are excluded until the disease is not considered contagious -- five days after they develop the swollen glands.

arkansasonline.com

September 13, 2016

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Herbs and spices can improve digestion, stimulate appetite and preserve foods. A list of herbs and the beneficial effects claimed by people living with HIV/AIDS are given in the table opposite. The effects may not be the same for all people. People can try these herbs and decide for themselves whether they are helpful. They may also know of other remedies used in their country that they want to add.

fao.org

September 11, 2016

by Lance Hernandez

School bells are ringing again across Colorado. As kids head back to school, some parents, who opt not to vaccinate their children, are pushing back against some of the wording in the state's new non-medical immunization exemption form.

That form reads in part: Failure to follow the advice of a physician, registered nurse, physician's assistant or public health official who has recommended vaccines may endanger my child's/my health or life and others who come into contact with my child/me. State Senator Kevin Lundberg, Chair of the Senate Health and Human Services Committee says, "That (phrasing) amounts to compelled speech." He said the state has no business trying to force parents to agree to something that they don't believe is true.

thedenverchannel.com

September 10, 2016

A Sparksville couple was arrested after police found their 18-month-old child in a home with trash, roaches and feces.

According to a Jackson County Police report, officers were called to the home of 58-year-old Johnny Tucker and 25-year-old Christina Tucker, after someone reported that an 18-month-old child had been living "in horrible living conditions" in a home on West Second Street in Sparksville with "a strong smell" coming from it.

wbiw.com

September 9, 2016

Weeks after CPS of Ventura County unlawfully removed a child from an Oxnard residence; things are only getting worse. Fostercare, termination of rights and adoption is the only thing CPS is looking too. What happen to the welfare of the children?

On Friday, August 19, 2016, according to family members, Patricia Macias lifelong resident of Ventura County was heard crying hysterically. "Why? I do not understand why you are taking her if the judge granted me temporary guardianship." Sobbed Patricia. Witnesses allegedly overheard Monica Arevalo, a social worker for Ventura County Child Protective Service, reply, "You will never be able to care for her again; we will never give her back to you! We have the authority to overrule the judge's decision," before disconnecting the call.

digitaljournal.com

September 9, 2016

by Deanna Boyd

FORT WORTH -- This report contains sexually graphic descriptions. A former military couple is in jail, accused of sexually assaulting two children over several years in an effort to teach the kids about sex.

Both the husband and wife are accused of "watching, coaching and instructing" the children on how to perform and participate in sex acts with the adults, according to arrest warrant affidavits.

star-telegram.com

September 9, 2016

by Stoyan Zaimov

Seven Christians have been arrested in Nepal for spreading the Gospel by handing out Bible handbooks to as many as 885 students in the Dolakha district.

christianpost.com

September 9, 2016

by Diane Bukowski

Despite dismissal of criminal charges vs. Godboldo twice, by two judges, Wayne Co. Prosecutor Kym Worthy continued persecution of mother. On eve of third trial May 16, Godboldo felled by massive brain injury.

Global hero Maryanne Godboldo, who stood off police tanks, helicopters, and assault weapons to save her 13-year-old daughter Ariana from state seizure in 2011, suffered a massive brain aneurysm May 15.

voiceofdetroit.net

September 9, 2016

      

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