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Salem-News.com (Nov-07-2009 17:06)
UPDATE: Police Seek Locate Missing Woman & Her 6 KidsSalem-News.com
UPDATE: Missing woman and 6 children found safe.
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UPDATE: CANCEL ATTEMPT TO LOCATE ON WOMAN AND CHILDREN
Salem-News.com (Jun-08-2008 23:21)
Deleted Comments on Youtube Video Raises Storm of ProtestCommentary by Franz Neumeier for Salem-News.com
The Delta Queen is the last traditional steamboat carrying overnight passengers on America’s inland waterways.
(MUNICH, Germany) - The deletion of negative comments on a Youtube video has raised a storm of protest among supporters of the Mississippi River steamboat Delta Queen. The video in question was posted under the user name "OberstrMN08". It shows Representative James Oberstar of Minnesota, Chairman of the House's Transportation Committee, speaking on the floor of the House of Representatives on April 24, 2008.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Jun-03-2008 19:44)
Yes He Can: Barack Obama Gets the Presumptive Democratic Nod for PresidentTim King Salem-News.com
Obama is the presumptive winner of the Democratic ticket. He will be the first black American to ever run as a major party candidate for President.
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Barack Obama has grabbed another gear in the race for President. Hillary Clinton it is now unofficially revealed, may likely be his running mate.
Salem-News.com (Apr-29-2008 14:33)
Law Enforcement Objections to Medical Marijuana Bill at Odds With Reality, Advocates Say (VIDEO)Salem-News.com
Bill Supporters Refute Demonstrably False Statements, Unveil New Ad.
(MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.) - In a press conference held today at the statehouse, advocates offered a point-by-point refutation of misleading-to-outright false statements made by some law enforcement officials during testimony before the legislature and in the media regarding the medical marijuana bill pending on the House floor.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Apr-14-2008 12:08)
Medical Marijuana Advocates Announce TV Ad Campaign Featuring Seriously Ill Patients (VIDEO)Salem-News.com
Minnesota patients want the state to join 12 others that presently allow medical use of marijuana.
Advocates announced the first in a new series of TV ads today featuring seriously ill patients asking Minnesotans to urge Gov. Tim Pawlenty not to veto a bill to protect suffering Minnesotans from arrest for using medical marijuana with a doctor's recommendation.