Nashville, TN – Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) is urging the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to address shortages of drugs used to treat patients with lupus. Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, which are used to treat autoimmune diseases like lupus, are currently being used as treatment for Coronavirus (COVID-19).
“We should not be facing a choice between treating lupus and COVID-19,” said Senator Blackburn. “We have to fix our U.S. drug supply problem right now. All Americans should be able to trust that they will not be the population left behind while we identify treatment for COVID-19.”
Washington, D.C. – The past few weeks of self-quarantining, misinformation and confusion have tried the patience of the American people. Every day, I field questions about what the U.S. Senate is doing to combat the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, as well as what steps families should take to protect themselves.
Even before the news of closed restaurants and canceled festivals hit the timeline, Americans were alert to the possibility—perhaps for the first time in their lives—of want. Articles expressing doubt over the country’s healthcare system’s capacity to treat an influx of coronavirus (COVID-19)-afflicted patients prompted us to ask, what if?
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department (CPD) reports that among 242 investigations of unattended deaths conducted in 2019 by the the department’s Special Operations Unit, 55 deaths are suspected to be related to drug overdoses, primarily Fentanyl.
So far, of those 55 deaths — including suicides and homicides — 17 have been confirmed with overdose as the primary cause of death. In 37 of the investigations, drugs or paraphernalia were found.
President Donald J. Trump Has Delivered Record Breaking Results For The American People In His First Three Years In Office
Washington, D.C. – Promoting economic prosperity for all, President Trump’s pro-growth policies have led to an economic boom that is lifting up Americans of all backgrounds.
Since President Trump’s election, more than 7 million jobs have been added to the economy.
For the first time on record there are more job openings than unemployed Americans.
Lamar Alexander states Senate Passes “Most Important” New Law For Over-the-Counter Drugs in 40 Years
Washington, D.C. – Senate health committee Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) said the Senate on Tuesday, December 10th, 2019 passed “the most important new law affecting the safety, innovation, and affordability of over-the-counter drugs since the 1970’s.”
“In 2015, as the Senate health committee was working on the 21st Century Cures Act, I asked Janet Woodcock, the Director of the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research at the Food and Drug Administration, if there was any change she needed but hadn’t been able to get done,” Senator Alexander said.
Clarksville, TN – On September 26th, 2019, around 1:00pm, Clarksville Police Department’s agents and detectives stopped a vehicle at 502 Providence Boulevard. One of the men inside of the vehicle, Ramon Gholston, was known to have outstanding warrants.
During the arrest, there was a black bag found with suspected heroin, a 38 special handgun, and some other drugs located where Gholston was sitting.
Clarksville, TN – In July of this year, Tennessee joined about 17 other states in implementing a cellphone law. In the Volunteer state, drivers could face a fine of up to $200.00 for using their cellphone while driving. Drivers 18 and older will be prohibited from holding or physically supporting a phone while driving.
My “unofficial” observation? Nothing’s changed.
My brothers in law enforcement tell me that their superiors have told them to just give “warnings” until the general pubic understands the new law.
From 2015 to 2017, Tennessee topped the list for cellphone distracted driving deaths nationwide according to a new study by ValuePenguin of National Highway Traffic Administration data.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police say that on Monday, July 1st, 2019, around 4:45pm, a man later identified as Darius McNeal, entered a business at the 1100 block of Fort Campbell Boulevard and shoplifted several items.
When the clerk approached McNeal about the stolen items, he put his hand in his coveralls and inferred that he had a weapon. But, a gun was never actually displayed.
Clarksville, TN – Just the other day there was an incident in nearby Nashville that not only was reckless and dangerous, but laws were broken.
An unknown group of individuals on dirt bikes and ATVs were seen riding around the Music City, including Downtown Nashville, popping wheelies, running red lights and just causing havoc in one of the busiest places in town.
One police officer was injured trying to stop one of them and officials are trying to identify them.
In a later report, one of the news outlets managed to get an interview with a young lady in the group, (who was not identified), and she said that their group was a “positive” rally to show young people that there was more to life than just “drugs and guns.”
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville police located Aaron Glass, age 23, who had an Aggravated Burglary warrant for breaking into a residence in November 2018.
He managed to elude police until yesterday, February 20th, when officers spotted a Nissan which Glass was known to drive, at a hotel on Holiday Drive.
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