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Child Abuse Survivor

posted on Wednesday, April 18th, 2018

Cecilia Springer, 87, is a survivor of child abuse suffered as a teenager at the hands of a nun many years ago. Springer rallied with other advocates and survivors , all fighting for a legislation that would allow them to seek justice against their abusers, into adulthood. Springer stated that she was abused by her […]


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April is National Child Abuse Awareness Month

posted on Thursday, April 12th, 2018

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April is National Child Abuse Awareness Month. By acknowledging this insight there are many ways we can all show our children our love and appreciation and to let them know that they are safe with us, in today’s world where any type of abuse is all too familiar. At home is where children develop their […]


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Limbrel – Primus Pharmaceutical Company

posted on Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

Primus Pharmaceutical company has been warned by the Food and Drunk Administration to to pull the drug product, Limbrel, off the shelves due to the fact that it has been shown to cause lung and liver injury. Limbrel is marketed as a “medical food”, used to treat the metabolic processes linked with osteoarthritis. Primus stands […]


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Child Victim Act 4

posted on Wednesday, April 4th, 2018

Even though majority of voters support the Child Victims Act, the bill still remains stalled in Albany. An overwhelming 90% of voters are in support of the “look back window” that is a huge portion of the bill that would allow sex abuse victims to seek justice against their abusers, even if the crime occurred […]


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Child Victim Act 3

posted on Thursday, March 29th, 2018

We are only a countable amount of days left before the state budget is finalized and passed. For child abuse survivor, Mary Ellen O’loughlin of Ganesvoort New York, it weighs very heavy on her and her family if or not the Child Victims Act would be passed or not. The bill would allow O’loughlin to […]


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Child Victims Act 2

posted on Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

Cardinal Dolan continues the path of most resistance in regards to the specifics in the Child Victims Act. Dolan urges Gov. Cuomo to disallow child victims to introduce crimes committed against them in the past. Dubbed the “look-back window”, which is believed by the Cardinal and by others of the Catholic Church, that it would […]


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Child Victims Act

posted on Friday, March 23rd, 2018

Democrats in the Senate held a recent press conference in another attempt to push the Child Victims Act into the budget. The bill would extend the statute of limitations for sex crime victims, giving them the opportunity to report the offence until they turn 28 years old. Data shows that in the state of New […]


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Microsoft Fired nearly Two Dozen Employees Due to Sexual Harassment Complaints

posted on Monday, March 19th, 2018

In just one year, the mega-company, Microsoft fired nearly two dozen employees due to sexual harassment complaints that were filed against them. A top resource executive stated that from June 2016 to July 2017 almost 100 grievances were recorded to the HR department. Kathleen Hogan, the current chief people’s officer at Microsoft stated, “Nearly 50% […]


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Product Liability Lawsuits Due to Faulty Hernia Meshes

posted on Wednesday, March 14th, 2018

A new lawsuit has been filed against C.R Bard INC. and it’s subsidiary company, Davol INC. by a Missouri woman claiming she developed critical and painful adhesions due to a defective hernia mesh implant. Bard and Davol are just a one of many medical manufacturing companies that have been slammed recently with product liability lawsuits […]


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Detroit Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

posted on Thursday, March 8th, 2018

An extremely disturbing video has surfaced from a hidden camera placed by a concerned family member in a Detroit nursing home earlier this week. Elderly patient, Salim Younes had been under the care of Autumnwood facility, after bowel obstruction surgery in 2015. Prior allegations had fallen on deaf ears, his son Hussein had felt, until […]


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