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Washington Post

by Charles Lane

June 23, 2005

Supreme Court ruled Monday that the federal government has the power to prosecute the use of marijuana for medical purposes even in states that have enacted their own laws permitting it.

By a vote of 6 to 3, the court ruled that Congress's constitutional authority to regulate the interstate market in drugs, licit or illicit, extends to small, homegrown quantities of doctor-recommended marijuana consumed under California's Compassionate Use Act, which was adopted by an overwhelming majority of voters in 1996.

News With Views

by Dr. Carolyn Dean

June 19, 2005

The U.S. Delegation to Codex has issued a formal statement to the Codex Alimentarius Commission that the US, during the July 4-9, 2005, meeting in Rome, will support compulsory rules.

The U.S. law that is about to be vanquished is the Dietary Supplement, Health and Education Act of 1994. Codex is a joint venture between the United Nation’s World Health Organization and Food and Agriculture Organization. (WHO/FAO) The World Trade Organization (WTO) has already stated that it will enforce Codex “guidelines” as the world standard for trade in dietary supplements. This will mean that gradually, pill-by-pill, our access to the dietary supplements we depend on will disappear.

Auburn Journal (CA)

by Ryan Sabalow

June 17, 2005

The Nevada Joint Union High School District board of trustees voted this week to keep its policy in which students are allowed to leave school for medical treatment without consulting their parents.

However, the trustees voted 4-1 Wednesday night at Bear River High School to change the policy so that parents would have the option of including unsealed envelopes in their child's file at school. These envelopes would be given to the student to read in the event they choose to exercise their rights to leave class for treatment, said Maggie Deetz, Nevada Union superintendent.

Pacific Justice Institute (CA)

June 15, 2005

A standard high school biology lab on pathogens and infection became shockingly offensive when the teacher chose to present the lab in terms of promiscuous sex.

A biology lab on pathogens and infection began with the instructor's handout which stated, "the class will engage in test tube sex and the spread of the pathogen will be measure afterward." The teacher dimmed the lights and played Barry White's Let's Get It On.

Guardian Unlimited (UK)

by Rebecca Smithers

June 13, 2005

All children under 14 in England will be offered "dawn to dusk" care under a radical extension of the current school day, which the government hopes will become known in the education lexicon as "Kelly hours".

But today's announcement by the education secretary, Ruth Kelly, is likely to be overshadowed by questions from teachers' leaders about how the so-called extended schools - open from 8am to 6pm - will be funded, and warnings of the bureaucracy involved.

Guardian Unlimited (UK)

by Helene Mulholland

June 13, 2005

Children as young as three should be targeted as potential criminals, according to a leaked government report. The Home Office study suggested nursery staff should be trained to spot tots at risk of becoming criminals when they grow up.

The publication said that infants not "under control" by the age of three were four times more likely to be convicted of a criminal offence once they reached maturity, according to a report in the Sunday Times. The 250-page report by the Home Office strategy unit, entitled Crime Reduction Review, was drawn up to identify the most effective ways of cutting crime by 2008.

Buzzle

by Darren Yates

June 11, 2005

Google have recently filed a US patent which reveals a great deal of how they rank your web site. Some of it you could never of guessed at...

How many years did you register your domain name for' If it's only one then that's a point against you in Googles eyes. Why' Because the majority of Spam websites only register a domain name for one year. A domain registered for a longer period implies that the owner is more likely to be legitimate and serious about their web site.

New Hampshire Union Leader

by Pat Grossmith

June 10, 2005

The grandfather of a 2-year-old "mystery girl" is being held on $200,000 bail on charges he possessed sexually explicit photographs of her.

Samantha Moore, the CVS employee who tipped police to the pornographic photos, said last night they were so explicit that they surprised the investigating police officers. "I just came across them and I said, 'Dude, I got to find out who this guy was,'" said 17-year-old Moore, who graduated last year from home schooling in Manchester.

World Net Daily

June 8, 2005

Pro-life group's undercover work leads to state investigation. Virtually all Planned Parenthood affiliates fail to report clear cases of statutory rape to authorities.

Planned Parenthood is on the defensive in Indiana after a pro-life group's undercover work led to a state fraud investigation and a judge's decision ordering the agency to turn over medical records for abortions done on girls under the age of 14.

Reliable Answers.com

by Annette M. Hall

June 7, 2005

Today in America, 935 children were forcibly removed from their home and entered the national foster care system.

Did you know that 20% of all children in California are in foster care. I wanted to bring you the actual numbers, so you can see for yourself just how tragic the situation is. However the way the numbers are tabulated, showing exact numbers of children and families affected by current child welfare laws is nearly impossible.

      
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