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3 Jun 2015

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Winchester Star (Newspaper) - June 3, 2015, Winchester, VirginiaN action today s top stories wednesday june 3, 2015 the Winchester Star a5 by Erica Werner associated press Washington Congress approved sweeping changes tuesday to surveillance Laws enacted after the sept. 11 attacks eliminating the National Security Agency s disputed bulk phone records collection program and replacing it with a More restrictive measure to keep the records in phone companies hands. Two Days after Congress let the phone records and several other anti terror programs expire the Senate s 67 32 vote sent the legislation to president Barack Obama who planned to sign it promptly. Sen. Tim Kaine d va., and sen. Mark Warner d va., voted for the measure. The legislation will revive most of the programs the Senate had allowed to lapse in a dizzying collision of presidential politics and National Security policy. But the authorization will undergo major changes the legacy of Agency contractor Edward Snowden s explosive revelations two years ago about Domestic spying by the government. In an unusual shifting of alliances the legislation passed with the support of Obama and House speaker John Boehner r Ohio but Over the Strong opposition of Senate majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell. Mcconnell failed to persuade the Senate to extend the current Law unchanged and came up Short in a last ditch Effort tuesday to Amend the House version As nearly a dozen of his own republicans abandoned him in a series of votes. This is a step in the wrong direction a frustrated Mcconnell said on the Senate floor ahead of the Senate s final vote to approve the House version dubbed the Usa Freedom act. He said the legislation does not enhance the privacy protections of american citizens. And it surely undermines american Security by taking one More tool form our War fighters at exactly the wrong time. The legislation remakes the most controversial aspect of the Usa Patriot act the once secret bulk collection program that allows the National Security Agency to sweep up americans phone records and comb through them for ties to International terrorists. Over six months the Asa would lose the Power to collect and store those records but the government still could gain court orders to obtain data connected to specific numbers from the phone companies which typically store them for 18 months. It would also continue other Post 9/ 11 surveillance provisions that lapsed sunday night and which Are considered More effective than the phone data collection program. The outcome capped a dramatic series of events on Capitol Hill that saw a presidential candidate gop sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky defy fellow republicans and single Anderly Force the existing Law to lapse sunday at Midnight leading to dire warnings of threats to America. The suspense continued tuesday As Mcconnell tried to get the Senate to go along with three amendments he said would make the House Bill More palatable. But House leaders warned that if presented with the changes the House might not be Able to approve them. The Senate denied Mcconnell s attempts an embarrassment for the Leader six months after republicans retook Senate control. The Winchester Star contributed to this report. By Joan Lowy associated press Washington an emotional Amtrak ceo pledged to lawmakers tuesday that safety technology that could have prevented a deadly derailment last month in Philadelphia will be put into operation while democrats and republicans exchanged barbs Over whether Congress or the Obama administration is most to blame for railroads not installing the technology. We Are responsible for the incident and its consequences Joseph Boardman told a House transportation committee hearing. His voice breaking Boardman said equipping trains with positive train control a technology that can prevent trains from derailing because of excessive Speed is the single greatest contribution my generation of railroaders can make. Amtrak had already installed the technology on tracks it owns in the Northeast corridor from Boston to Washington but it was t in operation when Amtrak Northeast regional train 188 entered a curve in Philadelphia at 106 mph on May 12. The Speed limit for the curve is 50 mph. Eight people were killed and about 200 injured in the derailment. Several lawmakers raised questions about the train cars involved in the derailment which were severely mangled. The cars were purchased beginning in 1975 and weren t built with today s occupant Protection technology Boardman said. At the Start of the hearing the Nosb released a preliminary report that says investigators still Don t know whether the Engineer involved in the Philadelphia derailment was on his cellphone before the speeding train crashed. It also remains unclear whether damage to the Windshield was caused by the wreck or an object thrown at the train the report said. Congress sends Asa legislation on to president Patrick Semansky / the associated press emergency personnel work at the scene of the deadly train derailment in Philadelphia on May 13. Amtrak had already installed safety technology on tracks it owns in the Northeast corridor from Boston to Washington but it was t in operation when the train entered a curve in Philadelphia at 106 mph. Amtrak ceo vows to put safety technology into use report still unclear whether Engineer in deadly Philadelphia derailment was using cellphone when train went off tracks North pole won t Block marijuana sales the City Council in North pole Alaska rejected a measure monday that would have banned marijuana dispensaries. Marijuana became Legal in Alaska in february and sales begin next year. The Fairbanks daily news Miner reported Santa Claus that is his real name testified in favor of Selling pot. Claus said he is medical marijuana patient and he d like to buy pot in North pole instead of making the Short drive to Fairbanks. Peripheral neuropathy warning 248104 Winchester a the most common method your doctor will recommend to treat your neuropathy is with prescription drugs that May temporarily reduce your symptoms. These drugs have names such As gab Pentin Lyrica Cymbalka and Neuron tin and Are primarily antidepressant or anti seizure drugs. These drugs May cause you to feel uncomfortable and have a variety of harmful Side effects. In order to effectively treat your neuropathy three factors must be determined. 1 what is the underlying cause 2 How much nerve damage has been sustained. Note once you have sustained 85% nerve loss there is Likely nothing that we can do for you. 3 How much treatment will your condition require the treatment that is provided at brain & body health Center has three main goals 1 increase blood flow 2 stimulate Small fiber nerves 3 decrease brain based pain peripheral neuropathy is a result of damage to the nerves often causing weakness pain numbness tingling and the most debilitating balance problems. This damage is commonly caused by a Lack of blood flow to the nerves in the hands and feet which causes the nerves to begin to degenerate due to Lack of nutrient flow. As you can see in figure 2, As the blood vessels that surround the nerves become diseased they shrivel up which causes the nerves to not get the nutrients to continue to survive. When these nerves begin to die they cause you to have balance problems pain numbness tingling burning and Many additional symptoms. The main problem is that your doctor has told you to just live with the problem or try the drugs which you dont like taking because they make you feel uncomfortable. There is now a facility right Here in Winchester that offers you Hope without taking those endless drugs with serious Side effects. See the special neuropathy severity examination at the end of this article figure 1 notice the very Small blood vessels surrounding each nerve. Figure 3 the blood vessels will grow Back around the nerves much like a plants roots grow when watered. Figure 2 when these very Small blood vessels become diseased they begin to shrivel up and the nerves begin to degenerate. The treatment to increase blood flow utilizes a specialized Low level Light therapy not to be confused with laser therapy using Light emitting Diode technology. This technology was originally developed by Nasa to assist in increasing blood flow. Or. Evan Riggleman and or. Erica Riggleman will be offering this neuropathy severity examination to the first 25 callers. Call 540 678 1212 to make an appointment with or. Evan Riggleman or or. Erica Riggleman to determine if your peripheral neuropathy can be managed. Note our office is located at 611 West Jubal Early dr., suite a2, Winchester a 22601. The amount of treatment needed to allow the nerves to fully recover varies from person to person and can Only be determined after a detailed neurological and vascular evaluation. As Long As you have not sustained at least 85% nerve damage there is Hope or. Evan Riggleman at do d. Pc and or. Erica Riggleman is do d. Pc at brain & body health Center will do a neuropathy severity examination to determine the extent of the nerve damage for Only $ 47.00. This neuropathy severity examination will consist of a detailed sensory evaluation and a detailed analysis of the findings of your neuropathy. Federal and medicare restrictions May apply. Blood vessel nerve Normal diseased blood vessels nerves shrivel when blood vessels disappear the Low level Light therapy is like watering a Plant. The Light therapy will allow the blood vessels to grow Back around the peripheral nerves and provide them with the proper nutrients to heal and repair. Its like adding water to a Plant and seeing the roots grow deeper and deeper. Call today to schedule your $ 47 neuropathy severity examination to determine the extent of your nerve damage available to the first 25 callers 540 678 1212

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