Lurasidone over the counter walgreens Voices, The Peoples News
isostatically August 31, 2023
Published by Jedi Selman Since March 2000 to Inform and Educate
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# Border / Immigration / Migrants
Governments across America spending millions to put homeless in hotels: The state of Washington gave King County Regional Homelessness Authority $12 million to lease a hotel for emergency housing. Los Angeles included $250 million in the fiscal year 2023-2024 budget for homeless individuals living on the streets to stay free stays at hotels as they transition into longer-term housing.
How did Gen X end up in the Roanoke River, far from Chemours’ Fayetteville facility? Chemours has discharged Gen X in the Cape Fear River for decades, but the chemical ended up in the Roanoke River too, after they hired another company, ProChem, to clean their equipment
# Children / Youth
Tougher sentencing for trafficking minors poised to move forward in California: Though SB 14, a bill to make trafficking minors a “serious felony” in California that would qualify under the state’s “three strikes” law, was placed in suspense in mid-August, it now has a chance to make it to a State Assembly general floor vote
Key California Assembly committee blocks bill to make child trafficking a ‘serious felony’: Following the vote, those in the audience could be heard yelling, “You’re horrible!” and “You should be ashamed of yourselves” to the committee members. Human trafficking victims embraced and sobbed in front of the dais.
California politicians spiral over sex trafficking bill: ‘Pick pedophiles or children’: A leading advocacy group combating child sex trafficking declined to support the bill, saying it’s unlikely to actually fight child sex trafficking
A new study has found that extreme weather events can make forced marriages even more common, but it also highlights how we can tackle this practice: It’s not that extreme weather directly causes forced marriages, rather, they exacerbate some of the problems that lead to forced marriages in the first place.
# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
Promotion of Dangerous mRNA Covid Vaccines reopens Worldwide: COVID-19 Vaccines and Corruption Risks. With COVID-19 vaccines being approved for use in different parts of the globe, the scale and complexity of their manufacture, allocation and distribution globally will be unprecedented. This will also present corruption risks that may threaten vital public health goals. These risks include the entry of substandard and falsified vaccines into markets, theft of vaccines within the distribution systems, leakages in emergency funding designated for the development and distribution of vaccines, nepotism, favouritism, and corrupted procurement systems.
Spikeopathy! Adverse effects of COVID-19 mRNA vaccines: the spike hypothesis: Reportedly, mRNA vaccines are in general well tolerated, with very low frequencies of associated severe postimmunization AEs. Although rare, AEs include serious clinical manifestations such as acute myocardial infarction, Bell’s palsy, cerebral venous sinus thrombosis, Guillain–Barré syndrome, myocarditis/pericarditis (mostly in younger ages), pulmonary embolism, stroke, thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome, lymphadenopathy, appendicitis, herpes zoster reactivation, neurological complications, and autoimmunity (e.g., autoimmune hepatitis and autoimmune peripheral neuropathies [31., 32., 33., 34.]) (see Clinician’s corner).
WUHAN-GATES – 65. US Senate Report Blames China for SARS-Cov-2 Manmade with HIV but also Admits the American Faults: In 300 pages of the report, there are some very important confirmations on the US-China collaboration and also on the insertion of the HIV virus into the artificial SARS-Cov-2 denounced by Indian biologists and by the late French virologist LUc Montagnier as reported by Gospa News in a preview in the first WuhanGates investigations of spring 2020.
# Economy / Finance / Trade / Banks
Low on Funds, FEMA Forced to Restrict Spending: As Florida deals with the damage from Hurricane Idalia and Hawaii looks to recover from the devastating wildfires in Maui, the Federal Emergency Management Agency reportedly says its main disaster fund is “approaching exhaustion,” forcing it to restrict spending on recovery efforts from past events. The restriction, known as “immediate needs funding,” limits FEMA to spending disaster funds on life-saving measures such as clearing debris from roads, maintaining services such as health care and water, and providing emergency housing for displaced individuals.
Activists Crash Powerful Economic Symposium in Jackson Hole, Wy as Climate Protests and Responses to Them Escalate: Demonstrators called out the Federal Reserve and international financial regulators for inaction on climate and inattention to fossil fuels’ financial risks.
# Employment / Labor
Autoworkers Are Ready To Strike: Luis has been reporting on the ground about the ongoing contract negotiations between the United Auto Workers union and the “Big Three” automakers, Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis (formerly known as Chrysler). Last Friday, 150,000 autoworkers voted overwhelmingly to strike if a deal isn’t reached by the time their current contract expires on September 14.
# Environment / Climate / Interior / Infrastructure Sustainability is not as new an idea as you might think, it’s more than 300 years old: Modern sustainability evolved from forest management of the 18th century, and its ancient roots go back even further. Could it help with today’s climate crisis and lumber shortage?
Thousands of Emperor Penguin Chicks Die Due to Antarctic Ice Loss: According to a new study, thousands of emperor penguin chicks from four colonies in Antarctica are thought to have died due to record-low sea ice levels that caused a “catastrophic breeding failure.”
# Gov / Politics
Texas: 774 new Texas laws go into effect Friday. The new laws affect schools, the electric grid and the power of local governments. Here are some of the bills that go into effect:
White House Warns GOP Biden Impeachment Will Backfire: “This baseless impeachment exercise would be a disaster for congressional Republicans, and don’t take our word for it: just listen to the chorus of their fellow Republicans who admit there is no evidence for their false allegations and that pursuing such a partisan stunt will ‘backfire,’”
The U.S. Is Fanning the Flames of War With China: U.S. actions intensify the danger of nuclear war in the Asia-Pacific: The U.S. military is conducting provocative military maneuvers that exacerbate the conflict in the South China Sea. Biden is escalating tensions with China and intensifying the danger of nuclear war in the Asia-Pacific. And Republican presidential candidates are also fanning the flames of war with China.
Ethics Complaint Filed Against Lawmaker Over Bills Benefiting His Own Gun Stores: GOP Congressman Andrew Clyde was also responsible for distributing AR-15 pins to other lawmakers earlier this year. GOP Congressman Andrew Clyde was also responsible for distributing AR-15 pins to other lawmakers earlier this year.
The US propaganda machine is in full gear, fanning the flames of war, sowing discord between Russia and China
# Law Enforcment
The NYPD Denied Our Request for Body Camera Footage of a “Friendly Fire” Killing; Here’s How We Got It Anyway: Turning over the videos of police shooting at their fellow officer would “constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy,” said the NYPD about why it refused to make the footage available to a reporter.
# Legal / DOJ
Judge Holds Admitted Liar Giuliani Liable in Georgia Election Workers’ Defamation Case: A federal judge on Wednesday held Rudy Giuliani liable in a defamation lawsuit brought by two Georgia election workers who say they were falsely accused of fraud, ruling that the former New York city mayor gave “only lip service” to complying with his legal obligations https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://apnews.com/article/giuliani-georgia-election-workers-defamation-lawsuit-9b561a195fb74d991abc89d1b6587d66__;!!On18fmf1aQ!1kutw5S_U93XzE7n-rdP27E8CHrhMzAAWt6JmaHI5m0Yly5M7dO983sOXSP7HOfD46cUTRjViuzmbixtvk2T6NVadQO6XAad$
Trump: I Was Too Busy Averting ‘Holocaust’ to Commit Fraud: He said under oath that “saving millions of lives” meant he didn’t have time for his company. Donald Trump said in a sworn deposition that he was too tied up with saving the world from a “nuclear holocaust” to have oversight of his company and commit alleged fraud.
Special counsels, like the one leading the Justice Department’s investigation of Hunter Biden, are intended to be independent, but aren’t entirely: Although special counsels were meant to resemble independent counsels, there are notable differences. For instance, while special counsels operate independently of the attorney general, both their appointment and the scope of their investigations are determined by the attorney general.
This Tattooed Biker DA Is Under Attack for Defending Abortion Rights in Texas: a conservative group filed a petition to remove Gonzalez from his post for “incompetency.” They accused the DA of, among other things, refusing to prosecute cases involving abortion or gender-affirming care. The group was later forced to retract those particular claims since no cases have been brought.
Judge rules white man will stand trial for shooting Black teen who went to wrong house: The attorney for 84-year-old Andrew Lester argued in court that his client’s age impeded his ability to tell if Ralph Yarl was a thief or not.
Trump Wants to ditch co-defendants seeking speedy trial: The move comes a week after one of his co-defendants appeared to try and force Fulton County DA Fani Willis’ hand by demanding a lightning-fast trial date.
A volunteer army of moms has been poring through records from the 1800s in an attempt to prove Clarence Thomas wrong. And they’ve had some success in poking holes in the shaky research that Thomas and other judges have used to strike down gun laws. Mark Joseph Stern tells their story. “At a bare minimum,” he writes, “setting the record straight helps the public understand that Justice Thomas is endangering people’s lives on the basis of a lie.”
# LGBTQ / Gender
Trans students benefit from gender-inclusive classrooms, research shows – and so do the other students and science itself. ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bills claim to use science to justify a binary definition of sex based on certain traits. But the biology of sex and gender is not so simple.
# Medical / Health
The Volunteer Moms Poring Over Archives to Prove Clarence Thomas Wrong: Memphis plant that uses potentially hazardous chemical will close, company says: A medical equipment sterilizing plant using a chemical whose emissions could lead to cause cancer and other health risks says it plans to close. In a July letter to U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen of Memphis, lawyers for Sterilization Services of Tennessee said the company has dealt with issues relating to the lease for its Memphis plant. It says the facility will be closed by April 30, 2024.
12-Year-Old Boy Dies After Collapsing in P.E. Class, Family Thinks It Was Due to ‘Sweltering Heat’ “Despite the response and care of medical professionals, Yahshua tragically succumbed to cardiac arrest at the hospital,” family members said https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://people.com/12-year-old-boy-dies-after-collapsing-pe-class-7964298__;!!On18fmf1aQ!1kutw5S_U93XzE7n-rdP27E8CHrhMzAAWt6JmaHI5m0Yly5M7dO983sOXSP7HOfD46cUTRjViuzmbixtvk2T6NVadYr6BpZX$
I Set Out to Create a Simple Map for How to Appeal Your Insurance Denial. Instead, I Found a Mind-Boggling Labyrinth: I spoke with more than 50 insurance experts, patients, lawyers, physicians and consumer advocates about building a tool anyone could use to navigate insurance appeals. Nearly everyone said the same thing: Great idea. But almost impossible to do.
# Military / DOD
The DOD Taps AI to Monitor Washington D.C.’s Airspace, and AARO Gets a New Website: An artificial intelligence-powered airspace monitoring system is set to be installed to enhance protection of the nation’s capital with the potential to scale across other Defense Department and U.S. government installations and systems.
Northrop Grumman delivers mini laser to US Government for testing ahead of likely military deployment: The laser is ruggedized for field use and miniaturizing it allows for rapid placement in tactical situations. The laser is ruggedized for field use and miniaturizing it allows for rapid placement in tactical situations.
# Pharmaceuticals / Drugs
Biden Administration Adds Insulin to Drug Price Negotiation List in Major Blow to Big Pharma: The Biden administration pleasantly stunned health care reform advocates Tuesday by including short-acting insulin in its list of 10 drugs for which Medicare will negotiate lower prices
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