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  • Cannabis Plant
    Philadelphia mayor signs bill decriminalizing marijuana
    As of Oct. 20, marijuana will be decriminalized in the city of Philadelphia. The bill, which was signed by Mayor Michael Nutter on Tuesday, will be turning most possession offenses into fines. Make no mistake, this isn’t full blown...
  • "Almost Home"
    True Blood Episode Commentary: "Almost Home"
    “Almost Home” put to rest the useless plots that were a complete bore this season, such as Violet's house of torture porn and Lettie Mae finally at peace with Tara. This episode was not a complete dud, but it had it's moments...
  • May Be the last Time
    True Blood Episode Commentary: "May Be the Last Time"
    “May Be the Last Time” was an episode that had the same plot lines that continue to spin in circles.We are left with no answers. Aside from a few characters returning like Hoyt, ghost Steve Newlin and Grandpa Niall, who loves pasta,...
  • True Blood Episode Commentary "Karma"
    True Blood Episode Commentary: "Karma"
    As the end of time approaches on HBO's vampire series “True Blood," there is still plenty of fight and answers left until the last drop of blood soaks the floor.“Karma” not only brought several laughs, but there were...
  • Wallace & Ladmo
    Good-bye, Wallace.
    Any child living in Phoenix, AZ between 1954 and 1989 knew the names Wallace and Ladmo. They were the titular characters played by Bill “Wallace” Thompson and Ladimir Kwiatkowski on Phoenix’s longest running children’s...
  • Lost Cause
    True Blood Episode Commentary:"Lost Cause"
    It was a house party at Sookie's and everything you would expect from an episode of True Blood.There was laughing, crying, partying, sex, grief and of course, death. More importantly there was shock, as the final moments unveiled a surprising...
  • Kim Kardashian
    Kim Kardashian owes money to her dentist: Will she pay up?
    Kim Kardashian may be one of the most popular reality stars in the entertainment world these days, but she isn’t always getting support from people in the press. Apparently, Kardashian didn’t really have plenty of money before she sold...
  • Decriminalizing marijuana small possessions in Philadelphia
    Philadelphia City Council approves decriminalizing marijuana
    For some it’s hard to imagine the idea that marijuana is slowly becoming decriminalized in cities across the nation, and remains a heated political debate. Reported yesterday, the City of Philadelphia approved a cannabis bill, which would...
  • Freestanding wood stove by Waterford
    Missouri says no to regulation of wood-burning heating appliances by EPA
    Governor Jay Nixon signed legislation Friday prohibiting the Department of Natural Resources from regulating wood-burning heaters, unless specifically authorized by the Missouri Legislature.The legislation was introduced in an attempt to prevent...
  • Family cat
    Proposed bill bad for lost pets
    Sacramento, CA - I have a friend that lost a cat several years ago. He loved this cat, but unfortunately, the cat had no form of identification; no collar or microchip. Despite looking, my friend never found his furry feline companion, but at...
  • Bill Late Fees
    Prohibition to charge late fees over telecommunications services in Puerto Rico
    On March 28, 2014, Senator Miguel Pereira presented to the Senate of Puerto Rico the Legislative Bill No. 1019, to add a new subsection (c) to Section III-5 of Act 213-1996, as amended, known as the "Telecommunications Act of 1996 Puerto Rico...
  • Controversial 'Warning Shot' bill in Florida passed
    'Warning shot' bill in Florida passes: Fla. self defense law amended
    A "warning shot" bill in Florida was passed by lawmakers Thursday and is the first time the Sunshine State's self-defense laws were amended in the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting, where George Zimmerman was acquitted of murder....
  • Juice, PTS because of heartworms
    Florida animal rescue act SB 1534 - help save animals from useless euthanasia
    We could use a MILLION signatures on this petition! Let's show WE VOTERS WANT THIS TO PASS!!This information was important enough to everyone to republish here!WE ARE HERE! MAKE THEM HEAR !!!WE NEED THOUSANDS MORE SIGNATURES !!!! COME ON...
  • "48 Hours" CBS 2014
    CBS '48 Hours' scratches surface of missing Aboriginal women 'Highway of Tears'
    “48 Hours” (CBS) can be seen each Saturday evening at 10/9 p.m. It is a documentary news program that has been on the air since 1988. It also reports on crime investigations in the U.S. Here are the news correspondents, Peter Van Sant,...
  • Massachusetts photo bill upskirt
    Massachusetts photo bill: Mass, outlaws ‘upskirt’ pics after court ruled ok
    Massachusettes’ photo bill was quickly passed today, only two days after the state Supreme Court ruled that “upskirting” – the perverted practice of photographing up women’s skirts – was legal, as the video...