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St. Rep. Bill Friend Report

September 5, 2012
St. Rep. Bill Friend Report

  09/06/12 The summer has been beautiful — especially if you are a sun and dry weather advocate. Not so for farmers who have needed rain for their corn and soybeans. This has just been “one of those years” for all farmers as they have watched their crops wilt and curl under the hot...
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MAKING WAVES OpEd for September 2012

September 5, 2012
MAKING WAVES OpEd for September 2012

09/06/12 Half of the men and a third of the women in the U.S. are expected to be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetimes, and almost eight million people worldwide die from cancer each year. On September 7th, faces from around the country will come together along with the major TV networks and celebrities...
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STATEHOUSE REPORT FROM REP. NANCY DEMBOWSKI

August 21, 2012

08/22/12 By the time you read this, most Hoosier children will have gone back to school. The old tradition of “starting school after Labor Day, ending by Memorial Day” no longer holds water in this day and age. But there is little about public education these days that will look familiar to folks who...
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Golf Professional’s Thought on Vandalism at PCC

August 20, 2012

08/20/12 This type of behavior cannot be ignored any longer. Just like with the cemetary vandalism. They got off too easy. They should be forced to PAY FOR ALL DAMAGES!! They should have to do community service. If they have a drivers licence they lose the privledge for at least one year. And they...
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MAKING WAVES OpEd for August 2012

August 12, 2012
MAKING WAVES OpEd for August 2012

08/13/12 Last month, the world lost a journalist, essayist, playwright, screenwriter, novelist, producer, director, and blogger; and one astonishing woman – the beloved Nora Ephron. At the age of 71, Ms. Ephron died of pneumonia brought on by acute myeloid leukemia; a tragic death that deeply touched us at Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation. Despite...
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Promising News from Kanzius

July 25, 2012

07/25/12 Friends, I will make this short, sweet and to the point…I just talked with Dr. Curley, the lead investigator of the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment project at MD Anderson Cancer Center.  He informed me that large, non-human laboratory subjects are on the GenV Kanzius RF table, have been undergoing extensive testing and that the initial results are...
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Website Keeps Me Informed

July 13, 2012
Website Keeps Me Informed

  I would like to thank you for keeping a nice web site, This is the way I am able to keep up with my sister Cyndi from Plymouth and know what the weather is like and what is going on around the town. Thanks to you all. P.S sorry so hot there Bradley...
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STATEHOUSE REPORT FROM REP. NANCY DEMBOWSKI

July 13, 2012

07/13/12 You might have heard the governor announce that a big state budget surplus means you’re going to be getting a refund from the state of Indiana. Sounds good. When’s the check coming? After all, a refund means the check is in the mail, right? Uhh, not exactly. Even though the governor likes to...
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MAKING WAVES OpEd for July 2012

July 11, 2012
MAKING WAVES OpEd for July 2012

07/12/12 The recent diagnosis of Good Morning America co-anchor Robin Roberts with myelodysplastic syndrome, also known as MDS, caused millions of Americans to realize the long lasting effects chemotherapy and radiation can have on cancer patients. Just because cancer has gone into remission does not necessarily mean a patient’s fight is finished.  MDS is...
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STATEHOUSE REPORT FROM REP. NANCY DEMBOWSKI

July 9, 2012

07/10/12 Did you know that on July 1: A smoking ban took effect across Indiana? Laws affecting public intoxication were changed? There now are tougher restrictions against nepotism in government? You’re now able to buy a motorcycle on Sundays without breaking the law? July 1 is the traditional effective date for most of the...
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