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|Salem-News.com (October 16,2017 17:11)
US Senator Orrin Hatch of Utah and Congressman Tom Marino ExposedMarianne Skolek-Perez Salem-News.com Investigative Reporter
Hatch has sealed the report and it has never been made public.
(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) -This is the email I sent to every Attorney General today and people in high places:Read Full Article
It has not been a coincidence that in the past couple of years my articles for Salem-News.com and Global News Centre.com have focused on US Senator Orrin Hatch of Utah and Congressman Tom Marino of Pennsylvania. They are now exposed for their contribution to the Tsunami of prescription opioid addictions and deaths ravaging our country.
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Salem-News.com (October 14,2017 14:39)
Schrader Slams Trump Announcement to End Cost Lowering Health Care Payments as Pure SpiteSalem-News.com
There is no practical or necessary reason...other than to deliberately and actively take away health care.
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) -Congressman Kurt Schrader (OR-05) issued the following statement in response to the President’s announcement to stop cost sharing reduction (CSR) payments for the individual health insurance exchange. It’s estimated that ending CSR payments will hike exchange-plan premiums an average of 20 percent.Read Full Article
"...But his actions today, which do nothing but purposely strip people of health care, speak so much louder than hollow words. It is time for Congress to reassert itself and legislate a bipartisan solution for millions of Americans."
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Salem-News.com (October 07,2017 15:38)
Caught you US Senator Orrin Hatch! Now Release the Opioid Report!Marianne Skolek-Perez Salem-News.com Investigative Reporter
Join the rally cry for release of the US Senate Finance Committee report.
(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) -In the 15 years I have been reporting on the prescription opioid epidemic, it has in some ways been frustrating to be a forerunner in exposing the criminal activity of pharma, the FDA, politicians, physicians, pain foundations and organizations profiting from the surging death and addiction rates -- while US Senator Orrin Hatch is allowed to obstruct justice.Read Full Article
In 2012, the US Senate Finance Committee began an investigation into the prescription opioid epidemic. When the report was finished, Orrin Hatch simply had the contents sealed closed.
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Salem-News.com (October 04,2017 16:40)
VPN Viewers Find Solutions to Netflix Limitations Salem-News.com Business
Consumers bypass Netflix restrictions with the help of certain VPNs.
(SALEM, Ore.) -In 2016, Netflix, the popular online video streaming platform banned IP addresses associated with the VPN networks, from accessing its services. Read Full Article
Although this step had implications on a large number of Netflix users everywhere, the ones that used ExpressVPN continued to enjoy the Netflix services.
The biggest issue with Netflix is that its services are country-specific, implying that if you stay in the UK, and want to watch the Netflix programs available in the US, you can’t do it unless you use services like virtual private networks.
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Salem-News.com (September 30,2017 23:42)
Why Tom Marino Won`t be Confirmed as Drug Czar by the U.S. Senate Marianne Skolek-Perez Salem-News.com Investigative Reporter
Marino's support of Trump in 2016 presidential election may have played into his appointment by the President as Drug Czar
(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) -President Trump announced that he was nominating Rep. Tom Marino (R) of Pennsylvania to head the Office of National Drug Control Policy for the second time. Read Full Article
Marino had cited personal reasons for turning down the prestigious position several months ago. His personal reasons "resolved" themselves and Marino was appointed for a second time by Trump.
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Salem-News.com (September 27,2017 12:04)
The State of the Real Estate Market Across the USSalem-News.com Business
Housing mortgages, student loans, automobile loans & credit card debt are the top 4 burdens on the typical US household.
(SALEM, Ore.) -The component which displayed the weakest performance was the multi-family market which plunged 5.8% to 323K. There was a 1.6% increase in single-family housing starts, reaching 851K. Housing starts declined in the West by 4% to 312K. Read Full Article0
The Portland, Oregon market is part of this housing segment. The sharp rise in the number of building permits issued – up 5.7% to a 1300K annualized rate is significantly higher than market forecasts of 1220K.
Salem-News.com (September 26,2017 12:30)
Salem Couple Sentenced to Prison for Selling HeroinBonnie King Salem-News.com
Heroin is a killer. Use has been increasing among men and women, most age groups, and all income levels.
(DALLAS, Ore.) -Today, Polk County District Attorney Aaron Felton announced the conviction and sentencing of Jeffrey Bledsoe and Adrienne Santrizos.Read Full Article0
The Salem couple was sentenced to prison terms of over 10 years and 7 1/2 years, respectively, for their roles in selling large quantities of heroin as part of an undercover drug enforcement operation.
Salem-News.com (September 20,2017 13:40)
Canada`s First Lottery Salem-News.com Business
Canada's lottery history is part of the fabric of the country
(SALEM, Ore.) -There was a lottery in Quebec from 1969, offering a prize of $125,000, and the very first draw was held in 1970. However, the first government sponsored lottery took place on the 15th of April 1974, and its creation was entirely due to the financial woes being caused by the impending Olympics. Read Full Article0
CBC Television screened the highly anticipated first draw in April ’74, while people were throwing ‘lottery parties’ at home to celebrate the event. Nine ladies from Quebec shared the million dollar top prize,.
Salem-News.com (September 11,2017 21:19)
Purdue Pharma`s Killer Surprise for American ChildrenMarianne Skolek-Perez Salem-News.com Investigative Reporter
Addicting 7 to 16 year olds to hard drugs is not a happy surprise.
(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) -On September 14, the FDA Advisory Committee will be holding a hearing on Purdue Pharma's new "blockbuster" opioid called Butrans. It is targeted for severe pain in children ages 7 to 16 years old. Read Full Article0
There is not a doubt in my mind that once the FDA approves this latest killer opioid presented by Purdue Pharma, it will be off-labeled marketed as OxyContin was for all pain levels.