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9news.com

by Jamiel Lynch

July 29, 2014

A woman from Carbondale claims she suffered emotional and mental distress during an active shooter training exercise she claims she didn't know she was a part of.

Michelle Meeker is suing the Carbondale police chief and an officer. Her employer, the Heritage Park Care Center, where the exercise occurred October 13, 2013, is also listed in the complaint. In a complaint received by 9NEWS Tuesday, Meeker claims she was taken hostage by a man with a gun while at work at the assisted living center in Carbondale. Meeker says the gunman held her against her will while she begged for her life. According to the complaint, what she did not know at the time was that the man with the gun was a Carbondale police officer, and it was all a part of an active shooter drill that was taking place. Meeker claims that she was not informed of the training and suffered severe mental and emotional distress since the incident.

shelbystar.com

by Rebecca Clark

December 23, 2011

A thick roll of snowy-white batting rests on her bedroom floor, stacks of colorful lap quilts are folded on the bed and her old Singer sewing machine, where she spends most of her days, is on a table near the window.

For years, Bryant has been collecting scraps of cloth, stitching them together and creating beautiful lap quilts. She always gave them away. Bryant said if a man came to mow the lawn, she would ask him if he had a wife and children. If he said yes, she would send him home with a few quilts. About a year ago, Bryant decided she wanted to find a way to touch the lives of Cleveland County's neediest children.

offgridsurvival.com

June 18, 2012

A woman from Tulsa, Oklahoma is suing the city's code enforcement teams after they illegally cut down her entire survival garden.

Denise Morrison, who started the garden after becoming unemployed, had over 100 medicinal and edible plants in her front and back yard. She told local Tulsa reporters that she started her garden, after becoming unemployed, as a way to feed herself and treat a variety of medical issues. Instead of relying on government handouts, this woman took matters into her own hands and decided to become self sufficient. She filled her yard with things like, fruit trees, berries, nut trees, and a wide variety of edible and medicinal herbs. She used these herbs to treat her diabetes, high-blood pressure and arthritis.

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

March 8, 2013

The family of an 82-year-old woman who was forcibly removed from a Florida train for singing said she suffered possible shoulder and hip fractures.

Donald Anderson said a passenger on the Miami-Dade Metrorail train captured cellphone video of his mother, Emma Anderson, 82, being removed from the train by a security guard who grabbed her bag and pulled her from her seat, WPLG-TV, Miami, reported Thursday. "He snatched so hard until I fell. I fell backwards," Emma Anderson said. Donald Anderson said X-rays found his mother may have suffered shoulder and hip fractures from the incident.

CNS News

by Jim Salter

December 2, 2011

A former anorexia patient is suing a Missouri treatment center, claiming one of its psychologists implanted horrific memories while she was hypnotized so that she'd extend her stay and run up a huge bill.

newsweek.com

August 28, 2015

It seems fitting that a plant called Mary Jane could smash the patriarchy. After all, only female marijuana flowers produce cannabinoids like the potent THC chemical that gets users buzzed.

Pot farmers strive to keep all their crops female through flowering female clones of one plant, called the Mother. And women are moving into the pot business so quickly that they could make it the first billion-dollar industry that isn't dominated by men.

catholicnewsagency.com

by Michelle Bauman

March 3, 2012

Women in fields ranging from law to medicine denounced the Obama administration's contraception mandate, arguing that it violates religious freedom and promotes a culture that degrades women.

"This whole idea of contraception, sterilization and abortifacients as being necessary for a woman's health is actually demeaning to women," said Gloria Purvis, a policy director at a major financial services company and board member for the Northwest Pregnancy Center and Maternity Home. She explained that this idea is based on the belief "that women, because of our fertility, are deficient, and we need fixing," and warned that the mandate "further presses this false perception into the American psyche."

newswithviews.com

by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny

January 12, 2013

What does the Women's Suffrage Movement have to do with Mandatory Vaccination?

In 1850, Susan B Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton formed a partnership. They lead the movement to overcome the legal barriers that prohibited women from having voting equality. By 1906, both women had passed on. Fifty years of effort had won women the ballot in just four states: Wyoming, Utah, Colorado and Idaho. With the passing of the Movement's Leaders, the suffrage establishment did not die, but it had aged and had grown weary. It was said, "The Suffrage Movement bored its adherents and repelled its opponents." Then, in 1913, the fight for women's rights was refueled by a potent combination of education, frustration, anger and courage. They had one goal: a constitutional amendment allowing women the right to vote...

CNS News

by By Maryclaire Dale

March 19, 2013

A medical assistant told a jury Tuesday that she snipped the spines of at least 10 babies during unorthodox abortions at a West Philadelphia clinic, at the direction of the clinic's owner.

And she said Dr. Kermit Gosnell and another employee did the same to terminate pregnancies. Adrienne Moton's testimony came in the capital murder trial of Gosnell, who owned the clinic and is on trial in the deaths of a patient and seven babies. Prosecutors accuse him of killing late-term, viable babies after they were delivered alive, in violation of state abortion laws.

CNS News

March 19, 2013

A shipyard worker who set fire to rags aboard a nuclear submarine because he wanted to go home was sentenced to a little more than 17 years in federal prison Friday for the blaze that transformed the vessel into a fiery furnace.

The fire injured seven people and caused about $450 million in damage. Casey James Fury also was ordered to pay $400 million in restitution by a judge who weighed his lack of criminal record and the severity of the fire before imposing a 205-month prison sentence.

      
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