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Salem-News.com (Jan-01-2018 15:09)

New Laws to Know for Oregonians

Oregon Senator Kim Thatcher (Dist 13) reports on new laws going into effect.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Oregon capital With the new year upon us, you've probably heard about several of the higher profile or controversial laws, soon to go into effect, that passed during the last legislative session.

I would like to highlight some of the good, bipartisan bills that passed that may not have had much media attention.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-16-2017 22:36)

When Do You Need a Criminal Defense Attorney?

If your situation requires legal attention, find a talented, committed legal team.

(SALEM, Ore.) - arrest Life is full of unexpected events that have unintended consequences. Finding yourself on the wrong side of the law can be a terrifying experience if you are unprepared to handle the situation.

Fortunately, there are legal professionals available to assist you with any representation you may need.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-20-2015 12:12)

FDA Allows Creator of OxyContin to Conduct Its Own Studies on Childhood Uses

If you have ever wondered if the FDA is corrupt, this should leave you thinking long and hard...well, are they?

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - Sharon Hertz MD The FDA has approved OxyContin for use in children to manage their chronic and extreme pain. If you are wondering what could the FDA possibly have been thinking in approving a drug for children that has been responsible for tens of thousands of deaths and addictions throughout the U.S since its release in the late 1990's -- there was no thought.

Don't even try to imagine how the FDA could have conducted studies with their research people and physicians under the watchful eyes of the heads of the agency because they did not.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-28-2015 19:56)

International Parental Kidnapping Case Leads to South Pacific Island

The father pled guilty in March 2015 and was sentenced last week.

(WASHINGTON, DC) - the Draco When 9-year-old Billy Hanson didn’t return to Pennsylvania after spending the summer with his father in Seattle, the boy’s mother called her local police department, setting in motion an international kidnapping investigation that led FBI agents halfway around the world to a tiny island in the South Pacific.

It was a traumatic experience. By the time Billy and his father reached Niue after 60 days aboard the Draco, the 9-year-old had lost 30 pounds.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-28-2015 16:44)

Backyard Chicken Ordinance Considered by Marion County Commissioners

Six hens (no roosters) would be allowed on property inside urban growth boundaries.

(SALEM, Ore.) - backyard chickens The Marion County Board of Commissioners will hold the first reading of an ordinance allowing backyard chickens, within urban growth boundary areas, at its regularly scheduled Board Session on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. The meeting begins at 9 a.m.

The proposed ordinance will allow up to six hens inside urban growth boundaries, except in the Woodburn and Silverton UGBs where a maximum of three hens would be allowed. There would be no sales of chickens, eggs, or fertilizer.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-14-2015 15:08)

MCSO Cold Case Squad Seeks Public`s Help with Homicide Investigation From 1986

Help solve a murder nearly 29 years old....if you can.

(SALEM, Ore.) - tattoo The Marion County Sheriff's Office, Cold Case Squad, is requesting the public's help in identifying a Hispanic male, whose decomposing body was found by fishermen in the area of Horseshoe Lake, near St. Paul, Oregon on October 25, 1986. The Oregon State Medical Examiner determined that this death was a homicide.

The victim is believed to have been young, perhaps 20 to 30 years old, approximately 5' 4" tall with a slender to medium build.

Most importantly, the victim possessed numerous distinctive tattoos...

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Salem-News.com (Jul-07-2015 13:15)

FBI Seeking Information to Identify Victims in International Sextortion Case

Online predator Lucas Michael Chansler was sentenced to 105 years in federal prison for engaging in an extortion scheme to produce child pornography.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Chansler child porn This article is part of a national effort to educate the public, particularly parents, about the issue of "sextortion" as well as to identify other potential victims of Lucas Michael Chansler.

As of now, the FBI has not identified any of Chansler's victims as having come from Oregon, but approximately 240 victims remain unidentified.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-06-2015 18:42)

Do You or Someone You Know Suffer From Low THC? (Public Service Announcement)

2 minutes of some of the most important information on the planet. (PSA)

(SALEM, Ore.) - Oregon marijuana Cannabis Network Radio recently published one of the best new Public Service Announcements out there, produced by The People's Plant. It has been called the best PSA about cannabis ever produced, and that may well be true.

There is actually a term for lack of cannabis in the human body called "Clinical EndoCannabinoid Deficiency" or CECD. Research has confirmed that underlying endocannabinoid deficiencies indeed play a role in migraine, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome and a growing list of other medical conditions. Clinical experience is bearing this out.

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Salem-News.com (Jun-11-2015 23:53)

Oregon Legislature Votes to Ban the Box on Job Applications

HB 3025 will help remove barriers to employment for people with past convictions and arrests

(SALEM, Ore.) - ban the box campaign The Oregon Senate today passed HB 3025 by a vote of 21 to 8. The legislation will prohibit employers from including questions about applicants’ criminal history on job applications. HB 3025 now heads to the House for a concurrent vote and then to Governor Kate Brown for her signature.

"As Oregonians, we believe that anyone who makes a mistake and learns from it deserves a second chance," said Tom Chamberlain, President of Oregon AFL-CIO and member of Fair Chance For All.

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Salem-News.com (Jun-11-2015 17:14)

Marijuana Victory in the Senate

This isn't over....until Prohibition of Marijuana/Cannabis is ended, once and for all.

(WASHINGTON, DC) - Senator Mikulski Last week the U.S. House sent a resounding message to the DEA and DOJ to stop interfering with state medical marijuana laws.

Today, the U.S. Senate echoed that message. The Senate Appropriations Committee voted to protect state medical marijuana laws 21-9, passing an amendment from Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-MD)

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