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Think eugenics could never come to America? It already has: victims now being compensated in Virginia

4/4/2015 - The 11 remaining victims of a covert sterilization program that took place in Virginia between the years of 1924 and 1979 have received compensation by the commonwealth, according to new reports. The Virginia General Assembly set aside $400,000 in its budget to compensate each living victim of the program...

Small family farmer fights back against over-reaching government forcing her off her land

8/5/2014 - Martha Boneta, operator of a small family farm in Paris, Virginia, achieved success not only for her business but also for small farmers and property owners across the state when the "Boneta Bill" finally became law on July 2. Despite efforts from local and state government officials, including Fauquier...

Water-related illness affects one-third of homes after West Virginia chemical leak

5/15/2014 - A chemical leak affecting at least 300,000 residents in West Virginia has been under investigation since January when the leak occurred, reported The Charleston Gazette. April 3-8, the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department conducted a randomized phone survey in which 507 people answered 72 questions...

West Virginia inspectors find more chemical storage tanks dangerously close to public drinking water

3/28/2014 - Early in 2014, Natural News reported a drinking and bathing water crisis that had been affecting 300,000 West Virginia residents in nine counties for over three days (at that time). The water supply had been contaminated by a foaming chemical used for cleaning freshly mined coal, 4-methylcyclohexane...

Wi-Fi-allergic Americans flock to West Virginia town where Wi-Fi is banned

3/16/2014 - Scores of people who believe that continual exposure to wireless signals have made them ill have begun streaming to a small town in West Virginia where Wi-Fi has been banned. According to Britain's Daily Mail, these "Wi-Fi refugees" are making the move to Green Bank, a tiny place located inside the...

West Virginians work to end raw milk prohibition in nation's most restrictive state

1/30/2014 - Clean, unprocessed and full of beneficial probiotics, raw milk is hard to come by in the state of West Virginia, where burdensome prohibition laws bar the living food from being sold, traded and even shared with friends and neighbors due to misconceived perceptions about its safety. But a coalition...

Pregnant women in West Virginia warned not to drink the water

1/20/2014 - While on Wednesday the "do-not-use" ban was lifted for nearly half a million W. Va. residents following the leak of 7,500 gallons of a foaming agent used to clean coal, a separate warning has been issued specifically for pregnant women. Residents were told to begin flushing their pips Monday evening...

Owner of company responsible for West Virginia chemical leak is a two-time convicted felon

1/18/2014 - The chemical plant responsible for leaking 7,500 gallons of "crude MCHM," or 4-methylcyclohexane methanol, into West Virginia's water supply, ostensibly has a less than average track record when it comes to facility inspections, and the owner is a two-time convicted felon. As the investigation ensues,...

Virginia government prosecutes homeowner with criminal charges for backyard chickens that produce organic eggs

3/18/2013 - An ongoing debate over the rights of homeowners to raise and keep their own chickens may soon gain an audience in the Virgina Supreme Court. Attorneys at the Rutherford Institute have filed a Petition for Appeal on behalf of Virginia Beach resident Tracy Gugal-Okroy, who faces criminal charges related...

Over 38,000 pounds of sausage contaminated with plastic gloves recalled by Virginia packing company

3/12/2013 - A subsidiary of Virginia-based Smithfield Foods Inc. has issued a Class II recall on 38,000 pounds' worth of breakfast pork sausage that it says may be contaminated with small bits of plastic. According to an announcement made by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the affected product is known...

EPA violated 10th Amendment and state rights - Virginia coalition files federal suit over unconstitutional rain water collection mandate

8/6/2012 - The Tenth Amendment has been described by some constitutional scholars and experts as the Bill of Rights' catch-all amendment, in that it was written into the nation's founding document as a way to remind future federal lawmakers and officials that unless the Constitution explicitly allows it or bans...

Virginia governor backs domestic spy drones for police use

6/6/2012 - Call it a judicious use of modern technology if you want to, but the fact is the increasing use of military-style drones for domestic surveillance is becoming alarming, and it's an issue that, sooner or later, either Congress or the courts are going to have to deal with as more Americans become concerned...

Nuclear wipeout: How earthquakes may unleash nuclear catastrophe

9/21/2011 - Mike Adams wrote recently about the threat to the world's nuclear installations from the sun and we are almost being promised this by NASA. The sun is acting up but so is the earth with increasingly intense and frequent earthquakes. Japan marks 600th eruption of the Sakurajima volcano this year I...

Virginia House approves bill to end HPV vaccine mandate four years after overwhelmingly approving it

1/27/2011 - Controversy over the safety of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine has led to a resolution to end mandates requiring young girls to receive it. If passed by the Virginia state Senate, a bill recently passed by the Virginia House of Delegates will end mandates put into place in 2007 requiring 11-...

Virginia Tech Shooter's Psych Doctor Hid Mental Health Records for Seung-Hui Cho (correction)

7/23/2009 - New revelations about the mental "treatment" of Virginia Tech shooter Seung-Hui Cho are surfacing today after the surprise discovery of his mental health records in the home of the former university psych doctor who treated him. These mental health records -- which have not yet been made public -- have...

Send a Real Message to Wyeth About Their Attack on Natural Hormones

3/3/2008 - In the last issue of the Virginia Hopkins Health Watch Will Wyeth Bully You Out of Your Estriol? (http://www.virginiahopkinstestkits.com/vol4issue1.html) , I wrote about the drug company Wyeth using the FDA to attack pharmacies that offer natural hormones. I promised I'd let you know if any group called...

Are antidepressant drugs an accomplice in the Virginia Tech shootings? (opinion)

4/18/2007 - The Chicago Tribune reports that Cho Seung Hui, the Virginia Tech shooter who killed 32 fellow students in a shooting rampage, was taking antidepressant drugs. This is not the first time a school shooting rampage has been linked to antidepressants. The infamous Colombine High shootings took place almost...

Virginia law guaranteeing parents' medical rights routed by mandatory HPV vaccination

2/20/2007 - This month, health freedom advocates celebrated when both the House and Senate of the Virginia Legislature passed Abraham's Law (HB 2314 /SB 905), a parents' rights law named for cancer patient Abraham Cherrix. But critics are saying that the victory has been darkened by another bill; one that makes...

Mad cow disease strikes Virginia man

12/12/2006 - An unnamed man in Virginia has been diagnosed with the brain-destroying illness Creutzfeldt Jakob Disease, the rare human form of mad cow disease, and is the third U.S. case of the illness, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Saudi-born man, reported to the CDC by the...

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