On Thursday, the Trump administration released 112 pages of emails sent to the commission between June 29 and July 11. Out of dozens of messages, two submissions voiced concerns that lined up with the stated mission of President Trump’s voter fraud panel. But many more addressed legitimate voter suppression issues, including gerrymandering, voter ID laws that target low-income and minority voters, efforts to dismantle the Voting Rights Act, Citizens United, the antiquated Electoral College system, Russian interference with the election, and even the voter fraud commission itself, which has been widely criticized as a grand scheme to undermine our democracy.
Thank you! If patients are assumed to be potential addicts, it doesn’t seen to matter how much we beg for help. We need legitimate doctors advocating for us based on real statistics and science. Opioid & heroin should not be spoken of as interchangeable. My doctor is trying to take me off my under 90mg. dose based on these guidelines. Instead if prescribing a dose appropriate for me, I am barely getting by. I have never felt so ignored or irrelevant. Noticing an increase in advertising for drug rehab for tens of thousands.. hmmmm…..
After the Trinity test , the fallout caused localized burns on the backs of cattle in the area downwind.  The fallout had the appearance of small flaky dust particles. The cattle showed temporary burns, bleeding, and loss of hair. Dogs were also affected; in addition to localized burns on their backs, they also had burned paws, likely from the particles lodged between their toes as hoofed animals did not show problems with feet. About 350–600 cattle were affected by superficial burns and localized temporary loss of dorsal hair; the army later bought 75 most affected cows as the discolored regrown hair lowered their market value.  The cows were shipped to Los Alamos and Oak Ridge, where they were observed. They healed, now sporting large patches of white fur; some looked like being scalded.