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The medical license of an Oregon doctor who refused to wear a face mask despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has been revoked weeks after a video surfaced of him dismissing Covid-19 as a "common cold." Less than a month later, on Dec. 3, the Oregon Medical Board issued an emergency suspension after finding that LaTulippe "engaged in unprofessional conduct or dishonorable conduct," online records show. The medical board also found that LaTulippe and his staff refused to wear masks in the clinic and urged patients to remove their own masks. Medical board investigators who visited LaTulippe said there were no screening procedures upon entering the premises and no hand sanitizer was available in the waiting area. The suspension prevents LaTulippe, who was licensed in 2000, from practicing medicine anywhere in Oregon.
Persons: Covid, Steven LaTulippe, Donald Trump, LaTulippe, I'm Organizations: Capitol, YouTube, Multnomah County Republicans, Oregon Medical, NBC, Disease Control Locations: Oregon, Salem, one's
Their bodies were found Wednesday at Fort Bragg in North Carolina. The U.S. Army Special Operations Command identified the second body as that of 37-year-old Master Sgt. William J. Lavigne II, a decorated soldier who deployed multiple times to Afghanistan and Iraq while assigned to U.S. Army Special Operations Command. U.S. Army“The loss of a soldier is always tragic,” said Lt. Col. Justin Duvall from the U.S. Army Special Operations Command. Located next to Fayetteville, North Carolina, it has approximately 57,000 military personnel, 11,000 civilian employees and 23,000 family members.
Persons: Timothy Dumas, William J, Lavigne, Sgt, , Justin Duvall, Fort Organizations: U.S . Army Criminal Investigation Command, Army, U.S . Army, Operations Command, Locations: Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Pinehurst , North Carolina, Afghanistan, Iraq, Fayetteville , North Carolina
As the cannabis industry continues to take root state by state, Congress will consider whether to remove marijuana from the federal Controlled Substances Act once and for all. The House will vote Friday on the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act, or MORE Act, which would decriminalize cannabis and clear the way to erase nonviolent federal marijuana convictions. Friday's vote would mark the first time a full chamber of Congress has taken up the issue of federally decriminalizing cannabis. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has slammed Democratic efforts to include diversity studies as part of cannabis reform, saying this year that lawmakers should instead focus on providing relief from the coronavirus pandemic. Still, McConnell, who supports the hemp industry, met with cannabis industry insiders last year in California, signaling to some experts that perhaps cannabis reform is much closer to becoming reality.
Persons: Earl Blumenauer, Blumenauer, Richard Nixon's, Nixon, Blumenaer, Barbara Lee, Lee, Debbie Lesko, Lesko, James Cole, Cole, Justin Strekal, Mitch McConnell, McConnell, Wallin Organizations: Substances, Marijuana, Reinvestment, Veteran Affairs, Rep, Congressional Cannabis Caucus, NBC, Centers for Disease Control, Cannabis, D.C, Narcotic Drugs, MORE, National Organization, Democratic, Senate, Wellness Locations: Congress, Portland, — Arizona , New Jersey, South Dakota , Montana, Mississippi, Washington, America, Brown, United States, California, Colorado, Ky
"Without considering racial equity, we deepen the cracks that systemic racism has already created in our health care system." Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith, an expert on health care inequality at Yale University, said testing and vaccine programs must consider fairness and equity along with safety to be truly effective. Mays, who was an early HIV/AIDS researcher, said many of the disparities experienced today in Black communities during the pandemic mirror what she witnessed in the 1980s. "Structural racism is embedded in our health care system." "These anti-family policies that have been in place kept our communities away from the health care system," she said.
Persons: Black, Joe Biden, Marcella Nunez, Smith, Gavin Newsom, Andrew Cuomo, Vickie Mays, It's, Mays, Priti Krishtel, Bill Clinton, Rita Carreón, Robert Garcia, Covid, Garcia Organizations: ANGELES, Allied, Essential Medicines, Associated Press, NBC, Yale University, California Gov, New York Gov, Centers for Disease Control, Blacks, CDC, Food and Drug Administration, Center, Research, Communication, UCLA, Initiative for Medicines, Tuskegee, U.S . Public Health Service, Trump, NBA, NBC News, NBC Nightly, MSNBC, Locations: Black, U.S, California, Manhattan, Covid, Los Angeles, Angeles, Malibu, UnidosUS, Long Beach , California
ATLANTA — Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler is quarantining after receiving inconclusive Covid-19 test results following multiple campaign appearances earlier this week, her campaign said Saturday. Great momentum in Gainesville today with Vice President @Mike_Pence & @Perduesenate! She was retested Saturday after consulting with medical officials and that result was inconclusive, Loeffler campaign spokesperson Stephen Lawson said in a statement. Loeffler remains asymptotic and will remain in quarantine until receiving conclusive test results, Lawson added. "I pray that her test results come back negative and that she is back on the campaign trail soon," he said.
Persons: Sen, Kelly Loeffler, Mike Pence, Pence, ron, ney, S., Trum, "I, Loe, ubli, sid Organizations: Republican, Twitter, upr Locations: ATLANTA, Gainesville, ney Barre
Relatives were initially hesitant to share the news with him, instead waiting several weeks before explaining why Richard DeLisi was unable to return his son’s phone calls. Advocates for DeLisi have worked for decades to secure his early release from prison, citing both health and legal concerns. As more states decriminalize and legalize cannabis, draconian prison sentences need to be revisited, said Chiara Juster, a marijuana criminal reform advocate and lawyer on DeLisi’s legal team. Richard DeLisi appealed that same year but was unsuccessful. When Richard DeLisi is finally released from prison, Rick DeLisi intends to pack up his family and fly to the U.S. despite the pandemic.
Persons: Richard DeLisi, , Rick DeLisi, , DeLisi, Chiara Juster, ” Juster, ” DeLisi, Ted DeLisi, Judge Dennis Maloney, George H.W, Bush, Mariah Daly, ” Rick DeLisi, Richard’s, we’ve Organizations: Florida Department of Corrections, Bay Correctional, Covid, South, Correctional, Statewide, DeLisi, Prosecutors, of National Drug Control Locations: Jamaica, Bay, Palm Beach County, , Washington, Florida, Oregon, Polk, Polk County, Amsterdam
Psilocybin mushrooms, including Galindoi variation of Psilocybe mexicana mushrooms, two middle, and Psilocybe cubensis mushrooms, left and right. We know they appear to have significant medicinal uses.”For Lavasani, mushrooms proved to be a revelation. “Our health care system doesn't have solutions for mental health issues,” she said. "If you look at the existing medications to treat mental health disorders, a number of them are very addictive, others have nasty side effects," he said. The former West Point cadet was forced to leave the academy in 2008, one year shy of graduating, because his mental health was crumbling.
Persons: Melissa Lavasani, Lavasani, , , Jahi, Sen, Scott Wiener, decriminalize, Wiener, Oregon’s, psychedelics, Joe Rogan, Paul Stamets, Mary, ” Lavasani, Johns Hopkins, Alan Davis, Evan Wood, Jackee Stang, Ronan Levy, ” Kevin Matthews, Weiner Organizations: D.C, , Washington , D.C, Canadian, of Health, Washington, Getty, Associated Press, district's Department of Energy, Environment, Johns Hopkins University, American Psychiatric Association, Food and Drug Administration, Johns, Washington Post, University of British, FDA, Delic Corp, Trip Health, Trip Locations: Washington, Washington ,, Oregon, California, Francisco, New Jersey, Denver, Oakland , California, Lavasani, district's, U.S, Baltimore, Johns Hopkins, University of British Columbia, Southern California, Toronto
Members of Antifa and Proud Boys clash in the middle of the street following the "Million MAGA March" on November 14, 2020 in Washington, DC. At least 20 people were arrested throughout the day, and two police officers were injured. Officials with the District of Columbia Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department said the fight was related to the ongoing protests, NBC Washington reported . WASHINGTON — Tensions flared Saturday night as supporters of President Donald Trump and his unfounded claims of voter fraud clashed with counterprotesters in the streets of the nation's capital. Prince, like many other Trump supporters, said she went to bed on election night thinking the president would be re-elected.
Persons: Antifa, MAGA, Donald Trump, counterprotesters, , Trump, Joe Biden, Barbara Lipponen, he's, Charmion Prince, Biden, James Dozer, Dozer, Andrew Anglin Organizations: Trump, District of Columbia, Emergency Medical Services Department, NBC Washington, Republican, WASHINGTON, Democracies, White, Trump International Locations: Washington , DC, Washington ,, Norfolk , Virginia, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Charlottesville
Muslim media influencer Amani al-Khatahtbeh claimed Saturday she was kicked off an American Airlines flight in Newark, New Jersey, because another passenger "felt uncomfortable" following a heated verbal exchange at the TSA security line. "An entitled white man behind me insisted on cutting me in line because I was 'still taking my shoes off,'" she tweeted. "When I said he could wait like everyone else, he started going off about how he’s 'pre check' and 'first class.'" Later, after boarding her flight, al-Khatahtbeh was allegedly removed from the airplane because the other passenger "felt uncomfortable." "We are concerned by these allegations and our team is working to understand what occurred," the company said in the statement.
Persons: Amani, Khatahtbeh, he’s, , ” — Organizations: American Airlines, TSA, Newark International Airport, New, Airlines Locations: Newark , New Jersey, Charlotte , North Carolina
On Tuesday, South Dakota became the first state whose voters approved both recreational and medical cannabis in the same election. Meanwhile, New Jersey, Montana and Arizona all legalized recreational cannabis. At the time, California, which has one of the biggest and oldest marijuana markets in the country, allowed only medicinal use of cannabis. Now, 15 states, two territories and Washington, D.C., have legalized marijuana for recreational use, while 34 states and two territories allow medical marijuana. The centers would be funded through tax revenue collected from the state's legal cannabis program.
Persons: it's, Avis Bulbulyan, Erik Altieri, NORML, Altieri, Stuart Titus, Chris Goldstein, Goldstein, Cannabis, Dinah Bazer Organizations: Voters, D.C, SIVA Enterprises, National Organization, Marijuana, NBC, Medical Marijuana Inc, Drug Enforcement Administration, Jersey voters, Arizona Locations: — Arizona , New Jersey, South Dakota , Montana, Mississippi, Oregon, Washington, Canada, Glendale , California, Los Angeles, South Dakota, , New Jersey , Montana, Arizona, Colorado, California, Pennsylvania, New York, San Diego, New Jersey, ", Jersey, Washington ,
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