Fake Labeling Ok, Impotent Gov Does Nothing

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The Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) has caught yet another privately owned business doctoring the product content on its labels. After investigating and testing the suspect company and its product ingredient officials found that the company misbranded and undeclared key ingredients in some of its products. After finding these misgivings

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Governments Role in Identity Theft

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In an investigation the Office of Open Records Counsel (OORC) found over 500 Statutory Exceptions to Public Records as applicable to the Tennessee Public Records Act (TPRA). The TPRA stipulates all state, county and municipal records be available to any citizen upon request (ยง 10-7-503(a)(2)(A)), furthermore the Tennessee General Assembly

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Combating Government Crime with Cryptocurrency

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U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has for a decade protested and enacted legislation against cryptocurrencies. Cryptocurrency is an electronic or virtual currency that can be used, traded as a medium of exchange and often as a replacement for currency or money across the globe. Typically, central banks or the

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Really, Government Moral APPS for Kids

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The U.S. Government has been using “Applications” better known as APPS, specialized programs or digital interfaces which are designed to operate in the digital arena for specific products & purposes. The Government uses these APPS to spread propaganda, to enlighten the public about government services, to conduct surveys, to track

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Quantum Computing To Rescue Infrastructure

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In the 1980’s the possibility of developing quantum computers (QC) was a joke or theoretically possible according to some theoreticians in quantum mechanics. In the 1990’s as understanding of quantum principles grew early researchers began working on rudimentary quantum concepts, while the government financed programs to increase knowledge in the

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Is Chicago’s Police Department Reforming?

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The Chicago police department has been known over the decades as racist, perpetrators of constitutional violations, extortion, white collar crime, bribery and more. In 2017 the U.S. Department of Justice (injustice) and the U.S. Attorney’s office of Illinois investigated the Chicago police department. The investigation uncovered rampant misconduct, procedural and

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Comptroller Nails Perpetrators with Talk

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Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury Justin Wilson headed an investigation into the University of Tennessee, Knoxville Sports Management Office. The comptroller’s office was tipped off as to University staff alleged misdoings by the University’s Department of Audit and Compliance. Results of the investigation revealed several violations of University policies regarding

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U.S. wants more guns in hands of youths

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Across the country local, county, state & federal government agencies are creating programs to increase the numbers of youths with guns. For over a decade agencies have been seeing a drop in hunter numbers, which mean a drop in licensing fees or profits for some agencies. Because of this agencies

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Alabama over Regulated Land Lease Communities

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If manufactured homes or land lease communities don’t strike a bell surely the name mobile homes will. All of the names represent the same type of community, affordable housing for the poor. Over the years tenants in these communities, local governments, slum lords & owners have renamed these sites in

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WHAT TECHNOLOGY & PAVEMENTS HAVE IN COMMON?

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The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDot) is a member of the National Road Research Alliance (NRRA), along with other government agencies, academia and private businesses. NRRA focuses on strategic pavement research and building alliances to share best practices and more. Shortly NRRA will be hosting its annual pavement conference to

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Expanding Prison aka Slave labor Programs

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Across the country forced prison labor is being used to reduce government costs for typical functions such as maintenance, rescue, carpentry, cleaning and more. This expanding pipeline reduces jobs civilians could obtain, incentivizes government including law enforcement to increase or maintain prison populations. But that’s not all, big businesses in

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Police State Expands its Powers

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What does combined explosive exploitation cells, improvised explosive devices (IEDs), Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, scanning tunneling microscopy (STM), X-ray microscopy, left of boom, Raman spectroscopy, nanofabricated coaxial multilayer probes & the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have in common? The commonality is a Chemical Fingerprint Imaging System that’ll help warfighters

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Lucky residents avoid city dump as neighbor

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Edith Transfer Station had become the divisive topic of the town in Albuquerque New Mexico. Because local residents and lawmakers have been in term oil for years over the government’s proposal to place a drop off garbage station in the North Valley of Albuquerque near residents homes. Even though property

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More Drone Public Surveillance Authorized

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In America Government Drone (unmanned aircraft) use for surveillance has grown exponentially over the past decade under the guise of making the public safe. In the founding of the nation Benjamin Franklin was quoted in summary to say “those willing to give up liberty for temporary safety deserve neither liberty

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Replacing Cancer with Cancer as a Cure

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According to the National Cancer Institute (NCI) a branch of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) almost 20% of new cancer patients were previously diagnosed with the same or a different cancer. The study covered years 2009 thru 2013, according to an NCI spokesman this large percentage of reoccurrence has

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