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Aggressive water restrictions ordered by Governor of California

5/19/2015 - At a time when California is experiencing severe droughts, it would appear that its residents, businesses and government isn't practicing water conservation efforts as diligently as they could be; data show that water use among Californians fell less than 4 percent in March compared with the same month...

California governor announces mandatory water restrictions as continuing drought dries up remaining supplies

4/3/2015 - For the first time in the state's history, California has been ordered to implement mandatory water restrictions after snowpack readings in the Sierra Nevada mountains revealed abysmally low water levels, the result of an ongoing extreme drought that some say threatens to leave the Golden State a barren...

Obama secretly reversed NSA surveillance restrictions in 2011

9/22/2013 - Maybe you don't remember - after all, it's been about five years now - but once upon a time, Dear Leader Barack Obama promised to have the most transparent, open government in U.S. history. The number of times that Obama has proven this to be a lie is too high to count, but the business of the National...

The end of liquid restrictions for European fliers could be in sight

2/11/2012 - The European Union has approved the use of an airport liquid scanner, which could replace current technology and see the lifting of restrictions on carrying liquids of more than 100ml on European airlines. The approval for general use of the scanner could come as early as 2013. Trials are currently...

Five new government restrictions on food, medicine, and health freedom that are set to take effect on January 1, 2012

12/28/2011 9:10:34 PM - The National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) has issued its annual list of new laws that will go into effect in various states around the country on Jan. 1, 2012. In this list are five specific pieces of legislation that place new restrictions on food, medicine, and health freedom. According...

Several states consider loosening raw milk restrictions as FDA tries to tighten them

2/25/2011 - As the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) evaluates ways to further restrict Americans' access to raw milk and raw milk products, several US states are considering legislation to loosen the regulatory noose that limits freedom of food choice. Texas, Oregon, Minnesota, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and...

Tobacco firms bypass marketing restrictions with clever web campaigns

11/27/2010 - Tobacco companies may be bypassing marketing bans by secretly posting promotional videos online, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Otago, New Zealand, and published in the journal Tobacco Control. "Tobacco companies stand to benefit greatly from the marketing potential...

Avandia diabetes drug placed under severe FDA restrictions in US as European regulators ban it outright

9/23/2010 - The diabetes drug Avandia, shown to raise heart attack risk by 40 percent in a paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine, was banned today across many European countries in a coordinated global announcement. The FDA didn't quite ban the drug but placed it under severe restrictions that...

A call to end DRM restrictions on legally purchased music comes from unlikely source: the CEO of Apple

2/11/2007 - An open letter posted Tuesday on Apple, Inc.'s web site from CEO Steve Jobs called for music purchased online to be freed from Digital Rights Management file encryption. Jobs said that music companies require the use of DRM in music purchased online for any online store that sells music downloads,...

Europeans overwhelmingly support restrictions to halt global warming

11/20/2006 - A Harris Interactive poll carried out in Germany, France, the U.K., Italy and Spain for the Financial Times found that an overwhelmingly large number of Europeans believe humans are contributing to global warming, and would be willing to accept lifestyle restrictions to help control it. According...

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