Big Brother wants your DNA

Big Brother wants your DNA

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Ancestry Fights The US Government As Feds Try To Grab DNA Data

Ancestry discloses a rare demand for its genetic data. The company has rebuffed the U.S. government’s attempt, though.

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Fantastic morning at the Governor’s Prayer Breakfast. Enjoyed seeing so many constituents and friends here to pray for Oklahoma. A special thank you to Dr. Barry Black, Chaplain of the US Senate for h

Fantastic morning at the Governor’s Prayer Breakfast. Enjoyed seeing so many constituents and friends here to pray for Oklahoma. A special thank you to Dr. Barry Black, Chaplain of the US Senate for his moving sermon. #PrayForOklahoma

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💊 MN Opioid Law Needs Work The Opioid Bill which passed the MN Legislature and was signed into law by the Governor last year has had a severe impact on patients suffering from chronic and intractable

💊 MN Opioid Law Needs Work

The Opioid Bill which passed the MN Legislature and was signed into law by the Governor last year has had a severe impact on patients suffering from chronic and intractable pain. Our society has an issue with illegal drugs, which are already illegal. I did not support taxing and restricting legal prescriptions on Minnesotans in pain. I opposed this bill which would benefit large pharmaceutical companies by blocking their competition.

This week, I will introduce legislation to provide a voice for patients like Cammie LaValle, who contacted me for help representing pain patients. Far too often, legislators feel compelled to regulate, mandate, or make something illegal, then print it on a campaign mailer and move on. Frequently, government makes things worse.

From the StarTribune:
As the 2020 legislative session opens, LaValle, a leading voice in the push to amend state rules on opioids, has a simple message for legislators: Blanket opioid guidelines treat all patients the same and are harming patients most in need.

Her goal is to ensure state law and guidelines recognize that while opioid-related deaths have become a national scourge, the quality of life for intractable- and chronic-pain patients can directly depend on access to legally prescribed opioids.

LaValle believes the pendulum has swung too far in reaction to the opioid epidemic, with state monitoring programs causing doctors to be overly cautious in prescribing opioids to intractable- and chronic-pain patients.

“In chronic-pain circles, suicides are increasing daily. The stress of not knowing whether or not our medications will be cut off is literally killing us.”

http://www.startribune.com/farmington-woman-battles-chronic-pain-and-opioid-laws/567911242/

Representative Jeremy Munson
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Een bericht van Parti Socialiste de Crans-Montana op Vandaag

Parti Socialiste de Crans-Montana heeft een link gedeeld.

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En Valais, la pollution à la benzidine modifie les habitudes

Les enseignements tirés de cette contamination vont permettre d’améliorer plusieurs procédures. Les rejets d’eau polluée dans le Rhône et les travaux de troisième correction du fleuve, que ce soit dans la région de Viège ou aux abords des autres grands sites industriels valaisans, vont ....

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