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Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - April 21 2022


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Canadians Split on Whether the Justice System is Fair for Everyone

A majority (56%) believe criminal courts do a good job in determining whether or not an accused person is guilty.

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Alberta weighing involuntary treatment law for people with addiction

The Alberta government says no decisions have been made on potential legislation that would force people with a drug addiction into treatment against their will. Earlier this week, the Globe and Mail revealed the provincial officials were discussing the Compassionate Intervention Act last fall after Danielle Smith became premier after winning the leadership of the governing United Conservative Party. Some experts in addictions treatment said the approach isn't effective and can actually increase the chance of a deadly relapse. -CBC News

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46% of Americans agree harassment today all too common

The poll of 2,000 U.S. adults found 72 percent have either experienced harassment firsthand or have witnessed someone getting harassed. Half (52%) of them have been harassed in the past, while 37 percent have witnessed it happen to others in

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California Lawmaker Proposes Ban on Skittles

The war on Skittles — and other confections that use food additives — is old news, but a new bill in the California legislature could bring about the first sales ban. Introduced by Democrat Jesse Gabriel, Assembly Bill 418 aims to prohibit the manufacture, sale, and distribution of any foods containing the additives red dye no. 3, titanium dioxide, potassium bromate, brominated vegetable oil, and propylparaben. Typically used for added color, flavor, and longevity, the additives listed in Assembly Bill 418 are currently classified as safe by the FDA. The European Food Safety Authority, however, conducted an independent study that revealed the additives risks to consumers, including asthma, cancer, memory loss, impaired coordination, and behavioral issues. The European Union banned the use of additives along with the import and use of any food products that use them.

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