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Illinois: "To Vaccinate or Not Vaccinate: A Cost-Benefit Analysis Seminar," will be from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Nov., 14 at the Historic Dixon Theatre, 114 S. Galena Ave.

Doors open at 4:30 p.m. A cost-benefit analysis of vaccines will be presented, as will information on the immune system's building blocks, adverse reactions to vaccines, mandatory vaccine laws and exemptions, and more.

saukvalley.com

October 12, 2015

Homeschooling appears to be an increasingly popular education option for families in the District of Columbia.

The Washington Post reports that the growth corresponds with an increase in the number of home-school cooperatives and Internet mailing lists offering support and advice for home school families.

baltimore.cbslocal.com

October 11, 2015

The Northbrook Public Library will host a Homeschool Book Swap on Saturday, October 17 from 9-11 a.m. in the Youth Services Activity Room.

The Homeschool Book Swap is the first event of its kind at the Library. Jennifer Townsley, a Youth Services library assistant, wanted to create the event to help homeschoolers renew their materials while keeping costs down.

dailynorthshore.com

October 4, 2015

A group of Cincinnati hospitals has mandated drug testing of new mothers and infants amid an 841 percent increase in the number of expectant Ohio mothers found to have an opioid addiction in the last decade, according to state health officials.

Seven hospitals in the Cincinnati area have universally tested for drugs since late 2013. The number of newborns in the area that were exposed in the womb to Percocet, methadone, heroin and other opiates quadrupled from 10.8 infants per 1,000 births in 2009 to 46 per 1,000 births in the first three months of 2013, according to Cincinnati Children's.

RT

October 3, 2015

Having a baby in some Alabama hospitals can mean getting tested for drugs without a woman's consent-and winding up in jail for a positive result.

A woman who tests positive for drugs in a hospital can be arrested. For just exposing their baby to drugs, the mother can receive a prison sentence of one to 10 years. If the baby shows signs of exposure or harm, the mom can go prison for 10 to 20 years. If the baby dies, the sentence can go up to 99 years.

allgov.com

October 2, 2015

Nurses all across the United States are having their Constitutional rights trampled upon for refusing mandatory flu vaccinations. As we have previously reported, thousands of nurses across the United States are taking a stand against forced flu vaccine.

It was only a matter of time before some of these nurses began taking legal action to protect their rights. Some litigation began last year, but details are not available publicly. Dr. Karen Sullivan Sibert, herself a pro-vaccine doctor, wrote an opinion piece explaining how requiring nurses to wear masks for refusing the flu vaccination violates HIPPA law for patient privacy. (See: Pro Vaccine Doctor Explains how Mandatory Flu Vaccines for Healthcare Workers Violates HIPPA Law) In addition to the violation of personal rights, the CDC published a study in 2013 showing that vaccination of healthcare workers with the seasonal flu vaccine offered no significant measurable protection of patients from the flu. (See: CDC Study: Mandatory Flu Vaccinations of Health Care Workers Offer NO Protection to Patients),

healthimpactnews.com

September 23, 2015

A teachers strike in Washington state has left 53,000 students without a classroom.

"There's a big irony here right now in Seattle," said Liv Finne, director of Education for the Washington Policy Center, which advocates for charter schools in the state. "The teachers are on strike in the traditional schools-there's nobody going to school. Yet, the three charter schools that are in Seattle are open for business."

dailysignal.com

September 14, 2015

Officials with Child Protective Services in Wynne, Arkansas have forced a 10-year-old girl victimized by rape to have an abortion.

Juda Myers of Choices4Life, a pro-life group dedicated to supporting mothers who are raped by reject abortion and decide to keep their baby, informed LifeNews.com of the situation. Myers indicates CPS officials took the 10-year-old girl to an abortion clinic on Friday to abort her baby.

lifenews.com

September 14, 2015

A defiant Kentucky county clerk, who has been ordered to face a federal judge on Thursday in a hearing about her refusal to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, says she won't resign.

After Davis initially stopped issuing marriage licenses, two gay couples and two straight couples sued her. A federal judge ordered her to issue the licenses, an appeals court upheld that decision and the Supreme Court on Monday declined to intervene in the case, seemingly leaving Davis with no legal ground to stand on.

Fox News

September 1, 2015

BATTLE CREEK, Mich. - Investigators in Battle Creek calling it the most gruesome case of child pornography in decades, after a man sharing child porn in an adult store is arrested.

28-year-old, Benjamin Knight of Eaton Rapids is now charged on multiple counts of possessing child pornography, distributing the material and using a computer to commit a crime. It all started at Romantix Adult Store here Battle Creek, leading investigators to Knights phone and home computer, which had an overwhelming amount of graphic and disturbing images.

wwmt.com

August 31, 2015

      

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