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Salem-News.com (Feb-17-2017 18:15)

Salem Man Arrested in Major Drug Bust

Suspect was booked on an extensive list of drug and weapons charges.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Casey Miser Search warrants were served late last night in the 1300 block of Rafael Av N and the 3700 block of Portland Rd NE, resulting in one arrest and collection of a myriad of evidence.

This bust was the culmination of an approximately month long investigation by the Salem Police Department's Street Crimes Unit, assisted by the Keizer Police Department, and a narcotics detection K-9 and handler from the Oregon State Police.

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Salem-News.com (Jan-30-2017 12:39)

Accountability Mandatory For Deadly U.S. Drug Epidemic

Is the U.S. Senate responsible for thousands of deaths in sealing their fact finding report on drug epidemic?

(MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.) - funeral On May 9, 2012 the U.S. Senate Finance Committee announced an investigation into the prescription opioid epidemic waging a war of addiction and death throughout the U.S.

Their investigation was to be focused on the American Pain Foundation (they closed their doors when the investigation was announced), the Center for Practical Bioethics, and five other organizations.

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Salem-News.com (Jan-13-2017 11:11)

Oregon Medical Marijuana Dispensaries May Be Forced to Switch to Recreational Licenses

Consumers Hurry up and Wait as Oregon's cannabis market is shored up.

(SALEM, Ore.) - cannabis grow operation For a few months now, Oregon has allowed medical marijuana sales and recreational marijuana sales to cohabit side by side through different sets of regulations.

However, due to new changes in legislation, marijuana dispensaries are being forced to choose between serving medical or recreational marijuana users as of January 1 of this year.

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Salem-News.com (Jan-10-2017 23:31)

Prescription Opioid/Heroin Epidemic Expected to Worsen in 2017

Without prevention, outrage and leadership, the fatal scourge will progress.

(MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.) - greedy money man I recently wrote an article that generated quite a flurry of concern and discussion -- the evil reach of George Soros in his attempts to legalize drugs in the U.S. and also Partnership for Drug Free Kids funded by the FDA and Purdue Pharma, maker of OxyContin. Links to these articles are shown below.

Since Partnership is heavily financed by the FDA and Purdue Pharma that may be the reason they did not attend FDA meetings approving OxyContin for children...

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Salem-News.com (Dec-29-2016 14:01)

TGI Friday`s Posts Sign Refusing Cannabis Users (if they smell)

A Maryland TGI Friday's has made headlines with blatant discrimination.

(SALEM, Ore.) - TGI Fridays A sign in the window of TGI Friday's on the east coast has gone viral. That is, the message itself has caused a stir they might not have imagined.

The sign says plainly, "TGI FRIDAYS WILL NOT SERVE/SEAT GUEST WITH STRONG MARIJUANA ODOR – Thank you, Management."

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Salem-News.com (Dec-22-2016 15:22)

George Soros Foundations Fund Drug Non-Profits and Lavish Gala

George Soros, Evil Destroyer of US and his contribution to "Partnership for Drug Free Kids" and "Facing Addiction" - non-profit organizations!

(MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.) - Partnership for drug free kids The New York Times once described Hungarian born multi-billionaire, George Soros as the single largest donor to use his philanthropy to change or deconstruct the moral values and attitudes particularly of the American people -- and legalize illegal/recreational drugs.

The founding pioneer of the organization Facing Addiction is Open Society Foundations and George Soros is the founder and chairman of Open Society Foundations.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-16-2016 22:27)

Oregon Updates Temporary Rules for Streamlining Marijuana Testing Process

These are newer temporary rules to update the temporary rules effective Dec 2, temporarily.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Oregon State Seal The new temporary testing rules update previously adopted temporary rules that took effect Dec. 2. Those rules allowed producers and processors to test fewer marijuana samples in an effort to lower costs and streamline the testing process.

OHA officials found the Dec. 2 temporary rules remained burdensome, and additional changes were needed.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-12-2016 10:29)

President-Elect Trump and the Troublesome Members on his Transition Team

We are fighting a Tsunami of addiction and deaths throughout the country.

(MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.) - pharma fatal I wrote an article entitled "Legal Drug Pharmacies with Pill Mill Behaviors Must Be Accountable", published in Salem-News.com and Global News Centre Oct 2014.

When my article was published by both newspapers, a congressional aide/press secretary to Tom Marino advised that he was going to "use congressional resources" to investigate not only me, but my newspaper editors.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-08-2016 23:45)

Oregon`s Governor Advises Against Partying and Driving

Over the past 5 years during the holidays, 14 people died in crashes and half of those were alcohol-involved crashes.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Salem-News.com Members of the Governor’s Advisory Committee on DUII are reminding motorists this holiday season about the dangers of driving under the influence, which includes alcohol and other impairing drugs, such as cannabis (marijuana).

“Impaired driving is completely preventable,” said Chuck Hayes, chair of the Governor’s Advisory Committee on DUII.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-02-2016 15:20)

Oregon Switches Gears to Revive Cannabis Industry

The OHA says the temporary rules provide relief for the industry while maintaining "public health protection".

(SALEM, Ore.) - Oregon marijuana The outcry has apparently been heard. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) announced today it is modifying testing standards for medical and recreational marijuana products with new, temporary rules.

According to those most affected, testing costs have driven up consumer prices, created product shortages, and caused some processors to actually cease operations (temporarily) and furlough employees just as the holidays are upon us.

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