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pressherald.com

by Laura Reiley

March 14, 2019

Record organic sales in the United States totaled nearly $50 billion in 2017 according to the Organic Trade Association. Although organic food still represents only 5.5 percent of food sold, its year-over-year growth has been meteoric.

This has resulted in organic growers and food companies that, although technically adhering to the definition of organic - no chemically formulated fertilizers, growth stimulants, antibiotics or pesticides - are a far cry from the idealism and high standards with which the movement began.

thegrowthop.com

by Emma Spears

March 13, 2019

Dispensaries will not be permitted to serve customers that appear drunk or to allow them to enter or remain on store property

The new rules would allow cannabis shops to pay an application fee of USD $1,000 for an on-site endorsement, and USD $600 to apply to renew it, in addition to an annual fee of USD $2,000.

mtstandard.com

by Kevin H. Brown

February 22, 2019

Saul Alinsky wrote many books, most notably "Rules for Radicals," which continues to influence today's democratic political environment. Bernie Sanders has been noted as using "Alinskian" tactics on state and national levels for his U.S. Senate campaign.

Mr. Alinsky simplified Vladimir Lenin's original scheme for world domination by communism. During Stalin's rule in Russia, he described his converts as "Useful Idiots." These "Useful Idiots" have destroyed every nation in which they have seized with power and control. Socialism is presently happening at an alarming rate in America. Remember this: socialism is the rest stop on the highway to Communism!

goerie.com

by David Bruce

January 26, 2019

Saint Vincent Hospital has agreed to rehire six former employees it fired after they refused to get flu shots in late 2013 and early 2014 due to their religious beliefs.

The Erie hospital also will provide about $300,000 in back pay and compensatory damages to the employees as part of an agreement to settle a lawsuit filed on behalf of the workers by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in September. A consent decree that ended the case and detailed the settlement terms was filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Erie.

myMotherLode.com

January 26, 2019

Tom Hagen and his wife expected to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary in 2019. Today, one of Norway's wealthiest men just wants to know that Anne-Elizabeth Falkevik Hagen, the childhood sweetheart he married at age 19, is alive.

Her disappearance and suspected abduction from the couple's home on Halloween has gripped a small, wealthy Scandinavian country with the fourth-lowest homicide rate of 36 European countries. Some argue that violent crime happens infrequently enough among the 5.3 million Norwegians that police are unprepared when it does occur.

ehn.org

by Lewis Raven Wallace

January 22, 2019

NEW BERN, NC - Burney-Scott called Craven County-where New Bern is located-emergency services, and hours later her sister, who doesn't know how to swim, was rescued by boat-along with her granddaughter and 6-year-old great-grandson.

The problems with displacement, slow FEMA payments, and lack of rental homes are well-documented, but residents like Burney-Scott's sister are left with longer-term problems. Staying healthy in the months after a flood presents a conundrum: People who stay at home may be living among rotting walls, exposed insulation, and black mold, as Mary Ann would if she stayed at home.

keepthetailwagging.com

by Kimberly

January 16, 2019

I've been giving CBD oil to my dogs for a couple of years to help Rodrigo with his anxiety and Sydney with her joint pain. I've tried many CBD treats and oils and have been largely disappointed.

CBD oil isn't cheap, and I began to realize that I needed to educate myself because I couldn't afford a CBD oil product that required me to give my dogs four droppers full of the oil or 6-7 treats to be effective.

sltrib.com

by Kurt Kragthorpe

January 16, 2019

A prominent advocate in the state's medical cannabis movement is urging the criminal justice system to consider whether the Utah Gun Exchange co-owner charged last week with intent to distribute the drug was using it as medicine.

During a November search of Bryan Alan Melchior's Sandy home, police say, officers found more than a pound of marijuana, THC products, $36,247 in cash and nearly 30 guns. While police had received complaints that Melchior - known for his counterprotests against Parkland, Fla., high school students - was allegedly selling drugs from his home, DJ Schanz with the Utah Patients Coalition has a different explanation.

theatlantic.com

by Tori Rodriguez

January 14, 2019

Faced with increasingly drug-resistant bacteria, scientists and farmers are now looking to plant extracts to keep people and animals healthy.

A handful of promising, real-life studies have been conducted with humans and other animals, though most of the research in that realm thus far has been conducted in the lab. More controlled trials will be required before some of these applications will be available to the public, but meanwhile, scientists have turned up exciting results in another area of use: countering the growing antibiotic-resistance crisis. "The loss of antibiotics due to antimicrobial resistance is potentially one of the most important challenges the medical and animal-health communities will face in the 21st century," says Dr. Cyril Gay, the senior national program leader at the United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Agricultural Research Service.

newsweek.com

by Ewan Palmer

January 11, 2019

Philip Morris International, the tobacco giant behind Marlboro and other leading brands, is hoping to phase out manufacturing cigarettes entirely and move into smoke-free products only.

The New York-based multibillion-dollar company announced that they've chosen to do "something really big" by moving away from cigarette production and placing emphasis on electronic substitutes instead.

      
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