Another State OKs Medical Marijuana Use In 2015

Posted by: Will Phoenix According to a new press release, Illinois has officially announced its approval of a new medical marijuana program. At a meeting yesterday the JCAR (Joint Committee on Administrative Rules) green lighted specific regulations for a pilot program at a meeting held in Chicago. They reviewed the …

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Accessorizing Your Fireplace

Looking to spruce up your living room without spending a fortune? Fireplace accessories give the room a fresh look and add personality. ShopChimney offers a wide variety of attractive and charming accents for your fireplace and hearth. With fireplace doors, you can kill two birds with one stone. You protect …

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THE REAL RESULTS OF NERIUMAD

NeriumAD Age-Defying Treatment is a night cream that addresses multiple concerns at once: fine lines and wrinkles, discoloration, uneven skin texture, and aging skin. Nature-based product with no harsh ingredients. Noncomedogenic and safe for all skin types. One of the main active ingredients in NeriumAD is a proprietary extract from …

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The Uninformed States of America

Finally Free Media and Filmmaker Mike Riley Announce Political Documentary, Kickstarter Campaign Independent film team to produce documentary exploring increasing political apathy in the United States to answer the question “Is it that we don’t know or don’t care?” LOS ANGELES, June 30, 2014 – Finally Free Media and filmmaker …

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Court orders Chicago to pay NRA’s legal fees

A federal court is ordering the city of Chicago to pay the National Rifle Association nearly $1 million in legal fees. The NRA had challenged a Chicago law banning gun sales within the city limits that a federal court ruled unconstitutional in January. Chicago also paid the NRA $600,000 in …

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Retail POS System Singapore

Retail POS system in Singapore by epos system. EPOS provide high quality and durable POS system, POS software for retail and F&B businesses. http://www.epos.com.sg

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Suit: Cop Set Feds on Daughter-In-Law for Pot He Helped Her Grow

BY KIM JANSSEN Federal Courts Reporter July 7, 2014 4:08PM It was the family feud of nightmares. Jennifer Scherr was the mother of an 8-year-old girl dying of brain cancer. She says her father-in-law, a Chicago cop, helped her grow marijuana in her Evergreen Park basement to medicate her dying …

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Veteran With Concealed Carry Permit Shoots Back At Chicago Gunman

One of the spate of shootings that took place in Chicago, Ill. over the July 4th holiday weekend involved a veteran with a concealed carry permit who was forced to a shoot a man who began firing on him and a group of friends. The incident occurred Friday night, the …

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48 Years of Crime in Chicago: A Descriptive Analysis of Serious Crime Trends from 1965 to 2013

Andrew V. Papachristos (2013) 48 Years of Crime in Chicago: A Descriptive Analysis of Serious Crime Trends from 1965 to 2013, ISPS Working Paper, ISPS13-023 Abstract: Over the past two decades, the United States has experienced an unpredicted drop in crime. Chicago, while often portrayed as a violent city, has …

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Johnny Depp Attached to Cocaine,Pregnancy and Russian Roullette Video

A video from the unknown band, Pink Grenade, for their song “Let’s Take it Naked,” was released on Monday with an extreme desperation to go viral. The desperation for the video to create controversary is part of publicist and producer Jonathan Hay’s plan to make his group, Pink Grenade, the …

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BookSteam.com Will Revolutionize Your Business Schedule

Recently, I had the opportunity to review a new online appointment scheduling software named, BookSteam. Honestly, I was a bit skeptical. It seems like a new office management software appears every day of the week, which makes me wonder, how many do we actually need? Well, it appears that we …

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Ald. Deborah Graham Proposed BYOB Prohibition — But Not for Restaurants

CITY HALL — A West Side alderman has proposed the first limitations on bring-your-own-bottle policies at city businesses — but diners can rest easy, as the ordinance would specifically exempt restaurants. Ald. Deborah Graham (29th) submitted the ordinance at Wednesday’s City Council meeting, and 15 aldermen immediately signed on. It …

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