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WASHINGTON, May 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pain Relief Network (PRN) is calling on the Obama Administration to require the Department of Justice to join the organization's recent filing of a Petition for a Writ of Certiorari before the United States Supreme Court on behalf of Dr.
Punitive policies intended to reduce drug use by making life difficult for convicted users are counterproductive and actually lead to a vicious spiral of drug use and reincarceration.
Punitive policies intended to reduce drug use by making life difficult for convicted users are counterproductive, U.S.
Avelea Nixon Debuts with "OwlCat" WOODSTOCK, Ontario, April 24 /PRNewswire/ -- In her whimsical new children's book, "OwlCat" (published by AuthorHouse), Avelea Nixon uses delightful animal characters to convey important lessons about acceptance, racial issues, balance in nature and finding happiness after a tragedy.
Stacy Keach, who suffered a mild stroke last week, is to resume his starring role in the play Frost/Nixon, California's Ahmanson Theatre said Tuesday. Ahmanson spokesman Ken Werther told the Los Angeles Times the 67-year-old actor is expected to rejoin the touring production of the stage drama Friday, following a six-day hospitalization. Keach plays former U.S.
Claude S. Brinegar, the U.S. Transportation secretary who helped pass a national speed limit of 55 mph, has died of natural causes at age 82, his family said. Appointed to the Cabinet by U.S.
"RON HOWARD'S FINEST FILM YET...AND ONE OF THE YEAR'S BEST." - ASSOCIATED PRESS FROM ACADEMY AWARD(R) WINNING DIRECTOR RON HOWARD COMES THE UNTOLD STORY THAT CHANGED THE FACE OF POLITICS FOREVER. FROST/NIXON APRIL 21, 2009 OWN IT ON DVD AND BLU-RAY(TM) HI-DEF FROM UNIVERSAL STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT LOS ANGELES, Feb.
The U.S. publication AARP The Magazine has declared Frost/Nixon 2008's Best Movie for Grownups. Based on the post-Watergate television interviews between British journalist David Frost and former U.S.
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