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SharonAnderson4MNAGNonLawyerSeparationPowers

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Minnesota Malpracticde Government of Lawyers, by Lawyers and for Lawyers must seize and desist.http://oversight.house.gov/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/DOJ-St-Paul.pdf  Sharon must challange
the Election of  Lillehaug for Case Fixingbringing the Judiciary disrepute.

Associate Justice - Supreme Court 3 Candidate NamePartyWebsiteFile DateDAVID LILLEHAUGNonpartisanwww.justicelillehaug.org5/20/2014MICHELLE L. MACDONALDNonpartisanmacdonaldforjustice.com5/28/2014http://www.examiner.com/article/another-scam-the-minnesota-perverse-meritocracy-part-2-of-2


Don MashakMinneapolis Independent Examiner Follow: June 8, 2014 Way back in February of this year, this writer published part 1 of this 2 part series with the intent of publishing part 2 in a few days.
In the interim, several websites where this writer had published various evidence, proofs, and memorials of what had transpired were abruptly deleted from the internet, those responsible refused to provide this writer with copies of the data…

SharonsMedMJ_Glaucoma

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Click here: Governor's CabinetFRI.16MAY2014
OPEN LETTER TO MARK DAYTON,DR. EDWARD EHLINGER AND STPAUL EYE CLINIC DR. ERIC STEFFEN www.stpauleye.com tel 651-227-6634
Fax 651-228-9398
From Sharon Anderson aka Scarrella Tel 651-776-5835 Fax out only
By information and Belief




Legal Notice to the State Health that to expidite the Med MJ that Sharon is now Legally Blind IN L Eye has Major and Severe Reactions from Eye Drops is registering online with Health Department, That for one year Dr. Eric Steffen has failed to assist Sharons Glaucoma and must Certify to the Health Department her alleged Glaucoma.Contacting the Board Main Telephone Number: 612-617-2130
Fax Number: 612-617-2166
MN Relay Service for Hearing Impaired: (800) 627-3529
Toll Free Number (MN Complaints Only): (800) 657-3709 Email us at: medical.board@state.mn.us


Tues.8Apr.2014 The worst appointmen…

Federal Government To Increase Its Supply Of Marijuana For Clinical Research

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Federal Government To Increase Its Supply Of Marijuana For Clinical Research

Federal agencies are moving forward with plans to increase the US government’s production of research-grade cannabis.

Last week, the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) publicly announced in the Federal Register that it is increasing its marijuana production quota from 21 kilograms to 650 kilograms (about 1,443 pounds) in order to meet increasing demand for the plant from clinical investigators.

Federal regulations permit a farm at the University of Mississippi to cultivate set quantities of cannabis for use in federally approved clinical trials. Regulators at the DEA, the US Food and Drug Administration, PHS (Public Health Service), and the US National Institute on Drug Abuse must approve any clinical protocol seeking to study the plant’s effects in human subjects.

On various occasions, marijuana reform advocates and researchers have publicly criticized NIDA for failing to approve proposed trials see…