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Abolitionist Desired ‘Freedom From Physical Chains’

In 1846, Frederick Douglass delivered several historical speeches during his time in Europe. While in Scotland and England, the fugitive slave turned prophetic orator, author and abolitionist masterfully spoke words that mattered in the fight against slavery in the United States of America. The same year the U.S. declared war on Mexico, starting the Mexican-American … Continue reading Abolitionist Desired ‘Freedom From Physical Chains’

Educating veterinary community on how to “TITAN UP” with the law, TITAN Group set to exhibit at VMX 2018

America’s opioid epidemic has propelled compliance with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Controlled Substance Act to the forefront, presenting opportunities to bridge gaps between government oversight and the healthcare community. Leading the charge to serve companies operating in this space is former DEA Supervisory Special Agent, Jack Teitelman, and his drug diversion company, TITAN … Continue reading Educating veterinary community on how to “TITAN UP” with the law, TITAN Group set to exhibit at VMX 2018

Cannabis crusaders to converge on Commonwealth capital

https://twitter.com/paauditorgen/status/953356903555502080 Pennsylvania NORML chapters, the ACLU-PA and the Keystone Cannabis Coalition will lead a gathering in Harrisburg next week to speak with legislators about decriminalizing and legalizing cannabis in the Keystone State. “Considering our current political climate, we have a unique opportunity to assemble the voices of cannabis advocacy from across this state to show legislators that we are united … Continue reading Cannabis crusaders to converge on Commonwealth capital

Willie O’Ree, hockey’s ‘Jackie Robinson,’ still inspiring 60 years after making history

Willie O’Ree, the National Hockey League’s first player of African descent, helped to launch a week-long celebration marking the 60th anniversary of his history-making debut. Appearing over the weekend at the Willie O’Ree Invitational Tournament, hosted by SCORE Boston Youth Hockey at Ulin Memorial Rink in a suburb of Boston, the Boston Bruin legend was greeted warmly by girls and boys … Continue reading Willie O’Ree, hockey’s ‘Jackie Robinson,’ still inspiring 60 years after making history

Sessions’ call for marijuana enforcement condemned by cannabis industry, investors

https://www.facebook.com/TheNCIA/posts/1665234110199937 In response to United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to rescind policy that paved the way for legalized marijuana throughout America, leading cannabis industry organizations resoundingly condemned the announcement. In a memo to federal prosecutors, United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions said, “In deciding which marijuana activities to prosecute under these laws with the … Continue reading Sessions’ call for marijuana enforcement condemned by cannabis industry, investors

Zombies urge Walgreens to go tobacco-free, cease the sale of tobacco products

With the help of Washington, D.C. area teens, young adults, local organizations and colleges, one of the most successful and one of the largest national youth tobacco prevention campaigns, truth, demonstrated at a local Walgreens (Walgreens Boots Alliance) yesterday. In response to Walgreens removing any reference to health by changing its longstanding tagline, “On the Corner of Happy and … Continue reading Zombies urge Walgreens to go tobacco-free, cease the sale of tobacco products