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tdn.com

by Lyxan Toledanes

June 5, 2014

Winlock 15-year-old Taylor Rehmeyer has battled an aggressive brain cancer for nearly a decade with chemotherapy and radiation. But she and her mother say it was marijuana that finally cured her.

"She got an MRI (in May) that said no major abnormalities. The doctors at Seattle Children's Hospital don't want to admit it was cannabis, but I don't care. She's cancer-free," Karen Owen said in a recent interview. "It's more than we could have ever hoped for." Taylor was diagnosed at age 6 with a rare brain tumor that has returned three times. In September 2012, Taylor was one of the first children in America to receive proton radiation at Philadelphia's Roberts Proton Therapy Center. The high-tech treatments worked - for awhile. Taylor's tumor shrunk after initial radiation sessions but started growing again last August. That's when Owen, determined to heal her daughter, turned to marijuana oil therapy.

CNS News

by Staff

September 19, 2011

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - A quirky Wisconsin law that makes it a crime for restaurants to serve margarine at the table and not butter is being targeted for repeal.

Wisconsin banned the sale or use of margarine colored to imitate butter in 1895. That wasn't repealed until 1967, and since then the fight over margarine versus butter has largely cooled. Kooyenga says he doesn't anticipate much fervor over his proposal.

Hot Air

by Ed Morrissey

February 23, 2011

Call it karma, just desserts, or schadenfreude.  The cost to taxpayers of doctors' notes excusing Wisconsin teachers from work so that they don't get fired for illegally walking out on classes has been estimated at $6 million.

Meanwhile, those notes may not help some of the teachers keep their jobs anyway. If Democrats don't return to the state Senate by Friday, Governor Scott Walker will order layoffs from lists that districts have already been advised to prepare...

Michelle Malkin

by Michelle Malkin

April 26, 2011

The Wisconsin GOP reports that Democrats in the Bay State are "using a fraudulent tactic to harass and intimidate constituents who favor recalling Democrat Senator Dave Hansen of Green Bay."

Somehow, calls are being placed in the name of "Bay Care Aurora" - a local hospital - by left-wing activists targeting voters who signed petitions to recall fleebagger state Sen. Hansen...

The Age (AU)

by Liz Porter

February 28, 2009

When blood and urine tests fail, evidence often can be found concealed in a lock of hair.

Victoria Police use the tests in cases of alleged drug-facilitated sexual assault. But most of the lab's work is done for welfare authorities, family lawyers and workplaces. Child welfare authorities request the tests when investigating allegations that a child has been sedated with an illicit drug.

CNS News

by Matthew Sheffield

February 2, 2012

Judging from the close of his State of the Union, President Obama has developed a new-found admiration for the ability of the U.S. military to get things done.

So much so that he's now exhorting all Americans to be more like the military by lining up and marching in lock-step--toward his own political goals. Soldiers, Obama exhorts us, "are not consumed with personal ambition. They don't obsess over their differences. They focus on the mission at hand. They work together. Imagine what we could accomplish if we followed their example." By "followed their example," Obama means line up and march in lock-step with him in the implementation of his progressive agenda. Personal ambition, Obama says, is bad because it keeps the "we" from accomplishing the mission.

Michelle Malkin

by Doug Powers

June 24, 2012

They're like kids with one parent who has given them cash to go to the candy store but who know they they might at any time get a call from the other parent telling them not to spend the money.

Does the kid wait for the go-ahead from parent #2, or set a new world "get to the store to spend all the money" land speed record? In the above semi-hypothetical example, the Supreme Court is parent #2 and the Obama administration and HHS are the kid in the store. Oh, and I forgot to mention that parent #1 gave the kid your money...

The Boston Globe

by Patricia Wen

December 12, 2010

Geneva Fielding, a single mother since age 16, has struggled to raise her three energetic boys in the housing projects of Roxbury. Nothing has come easily, least of all money.

Even so, she resisted some years back when neighbors told her about a federal program called SSI that could pay her thousands of dollars a year. The benefit was a lot like welfare, better in many ways, but it came with a catch: To qualify, a child had to be disabled. And if the disability was mental or behavioral - something like ADHD - the child pretty much had to be taking psychotropic drugs. "To get the check," Fielding, 34, has concluded with regret, "you've got to medicate the child."

freepatriot.org

by Kevin Whiteman

November 14, 2013

"We will not be allowing insurance companies to extend their policies..."

In the wake of millions upon millions of Americans losing their health care insurance coverage due to mandates in the Affordable Care Act (aka: "ObamaCare"), Barack Obama announced he would change the law himself to fix the problem his signature legislation started to begin with. Yet within hours of his proclamation, health care insurance heavy hitters from Washington state to Washington, DC have hammered Obama's decree, as reported by both The Seattle Times and also by the Reuters news service on Nov. 14, 2013. While upwards of fifteen million fellow citizens have seen their privately purchased health care insurance cancelled due to their present policy not up to snuff with the requirements ordered upon all Americans, Obama stated today that he would order an Executive Branch "administrative fix" to the ACA law, thusly allowing health insurance companies to extend policies for individuals and families who have already received notices that their policies will be cancelled at the end of the year...

tulsaworld.com

May 22, 2012

BARTLESVILLE - A $25,000 bond was set Monday for a Dewey woman charged felony child neglect after police found her in a car with two feces-covered toddlers.

Stephanie Lynn Notah, 44, is charged with felony child neglect, possession of marijuana and paraphernalia and transporting an open container. Special Judge Kyra Williams ordered Notah to have no contact with the 3-year-olds, who were taken into custody by child welfare authorities.

      
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