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"john woodruff" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

07:41 min | 3 months ago

"john woodruff" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

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Driven in part by the growing use of synthetic opioids, like fentanyl, the drug can be useful for doctors, but can also easily kill someone when it's in counterfeit pills or other drugs. There are ways to test for it. But in some cases, that's illegal too. Madeline Beck with the mountain west news bureau reports now on efforts to change that. The U.S. reached a grim milestone last year. In the 12 months leading to April, 100,000 people died of drug overdoses, a record. One thing that's driving the increase in deaths is the synthetic opioid fentanyl. But there's a way to test whether fentanyl is in a pill using test strips. They're inexpensive about a dollar a piece. They work like a rapid COVID test. One line, if there's fentanyl in a drug solution, two, if there isn't, and some health officials say the tests could save lives. Aryan showers with the New Mexico Department of Health says when people who use drugs have the test, they're more cautious. What we have seen over and over and over again is that it does change the behavior of the drug user. I mean, they will take less, they will take it at a slower pace. So why aren't these test strips easily available? Crime labs across the U.S. are increasingly testing fentanyl using big fancy equipment. Idaho forensic scientist Carrie Hogan says their finding an increasing amount in little blue pills. They are designed to look like oxycodone tablets. So they're around light blue to green in color, and they have an imprint of an M on one side and a 30 on the other. But while fentanyl is showing up more and more, the test strips are not yet widely available everywhere. As of last May, they were illegal in more than half of U.S. states, including Idaho. That's according to the nonprofit legislative analysis and public policy association or lappa. Lap attorney John Woodruff found that in the 70s, many states copied a DEA definition of illegal drug paraphernalia into their own laws. That definition includes tests for illicit drugs. The question is, how do you get the inertia of having a law that's been in place for so long? Changed enough to sort of clearly make it. Hello. Woodruff says lappa plans to draft new language that any state could use to pass legislation that would legalize the test strips. Many legislatures around the U.S. are already trying to change their laws. Nevada legalized test strips last year, but in Pennsylvania, the measure didn't get far. That's something Caroline messerschmidt with Idaho's drug overdose prevention program has been watching closely. I just didn't put the effort behind it that they needed to because there was a southern thing called COVID happening at the same time. Messerschmitt says that's why her health department isn't pushing to change Idaho's law this year. She wants to educate lawmakers first. New Mexico's bill also died in committee last year, and showers says her state's failure to pass it cost lives. Around 250 people, would have likely been saved. Had we initially when we first introduced this bill if we had gotten into half. So we're too late. New Mexico's health department drafted another bill this year. Shower says it goes beyond legalizing fentanyl test strips to legalize other kinds of tests. Sentinel probably isn't going anywhere soon. But we're already seeing analogs to fentanyl that are popping up in the drug supply that are actually not being detected by sentinel test strips. In the states where fentanyl test strips are legal, authorities can use new tools from the federal government. Last year, the CDC and other agencies made it legal.

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"john woodruff" Discussed on The Holy Fool Podcast

The Holy Fool Podcast

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"john woodruff" Discussed on The Holy Fool Podcast

"A categorical answer to that because this is coming from some kind of set of unconscious mystical a sort of standing like a site. But i mean it. Doesn't you know if we take this into the conscious. The conscious mon was saying. Wow so we've gotta take every bit of coal. That's what we have. And that's absolutely not what i'm saying. It's not. It's not what i'm saying to what i what i was implied. Either but you're right. I could see the mind. Go there exactly. Yeah i would say that. What motherhood wants from us is that and again. If i mentioned iran about the state of the beginning of the nineteenth century the west started to come interested in eastern spirituality. And it's interesting to me. But if you if you look at the level of interest within india at about china because the british run india. I've read a lot of old accounts from that time and for the most part. A lot of the indian people were not so interested in the own spirituality just a just basically developed into document into the you pay the brahmin to bless your cow and and that was it. It wasn't so much interested in the in the in the deepest spiritual Levels of of the vedic wisdom so it was actually the the british and the germans and the frank chin particular who went in and took a real interesting stuff and started making well learning sanskrit and them making translations people like john woodruff with the southern fire and who else but the officle society that ski any sent people like that he started to help you or is that kind of that kind of wisdom so it seems that already at that time the colonic effect upon the earth was already starting to have an effect upon humanity. We were already waking up to the to the extent where we want to go back into the past we wanted to start mining. The ancient wisdom interesting the industrial revolution really did start in england in your country there and then this other spiritual aspect kind of started there as well. It's i think it's quite interesting. The minder standing of the industrial revolution in england is it was very kind of widespread at local level. There's a lot of local engineers working on things and building weirs and bridges and dams and turbans in engines and it was like everywhere. It was getting energized very interesting and then and then this interest in india and and all of that which opened it up to the west in the lesson and it also it gave india's wisdom back to itself at the indian started to think i mean if you look at gandhi gandhi initially love the british coach again candiate. Originally you know. He went to london to Trains employed in his trading and he basically was wearing western suits. And you know. He thought that The british of this little island nighttime konkan whole subcontinent of africa. These guys are amazing. I want to be like then. So yeah he was doing all of that stuff and then eventually Cozy he became his self actually started to to to value the wisdom of his own country. I mean that just happens. I think there's something about that. That just i think that's a human condition or something because in thailand john. Buddha is one of the famous famous monks of the last fifty years and he basically decided. I'm going to save thai buddhism. By teaching westerners why because he knew that once westerners took an interest. The thai people would say wait. What are they interested in and get interested in it and then You know you know. I teach at a university for buddhist monks. And there's that kind of cute saying around thailand. If you want to learn something about buddhism ask a foreigner and if you wanna fix your computer ask a monk. So you've got this kind of switch of what the two sides are valuing when they look at the other they see. Wow you've really got something interesting. That i want to get at and you know the people from here can look the power of the west and the people from the west. Look at the power of the spiritual traditions here and yeah we we give it back to each other. Yeah it's really beautiful. And yeah just feels to me that this is all of this This awakening sanctions sunlight. Being released that something could side on the good side as well but at least technologically doesn't account for the pollution but the good side side is that it's powering up a civilization but owned the the bad so i do not so good side. Yes is that all of that ancient energy. That what we've tried to describe and kim fair and anger in some kind of real basic bass bass bass instinctive. Kind of confusion is being released and yet. That's what's that's that. This is the suit that we're all kind of Late again at the moment so again to bring it to what you were saying. So what do we do with this. I think it's really just about humanity reaching a critical mass. And i mean maybe maybe at something like the bible speaks about a hundred and forty four thousand. You've heard of that right answer. So the witnesses take it really literally they say that one hundred and forty four thousand people can get into heaven which i think is not true in heaven not really being a kind of a place that you know that has sort of any kind of restrictions.

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"john woodruff" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"john woodruff" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Jackie Robinson. Signed to a segregated Army unit after being drafted in 1942. Subsequently was accepted at Officer candidate school and commission is a second lieutenant. He was court martial in 1944 after being taken into custody by military police refusing to move to the back of the Army bus. Now there's a hero. Was acquitted by an all white panel of officers. The proceedings kept him from being deployed with his tank battalion. After being honorably discharged. Robertson signed with a Negro League baseball team in 1947. And you know he broke the barrier with the Dodgers. So many others. Roger Starbuck. David Robinson Navy. Yogi Berra. Glenn Miller. Bobby Jones. Jack Dempsey. Bill Bradley, Charley Paddock, Christie Matheson. John Woodruff. U S. Olympic team sprinter. Dizzy Dean, Gene Tunney. Hank Bauer. Quite Wilhelm Warren Spahn. All these men served in the military for their country. Hank Greenberg, Peewee Reese. Tom Seaver. Tim James. Steve Hokum. Don Larsen. John wouldn't like famous coach. Al Bumbry. Famous baseball player, Whitey Ford. Gil Hodges. Larry Doby, Ken Norton, Signor Monta Monte Irvin, Nolan Ryan. Rocky Marciano. Willie Davenport. Chad Hennings, Buddy Lewis. You know, slaughter. Mark Hall. Roy, please. John Napier. Tom Landry. Tony Lema. Few more. I'm getting to a point. Heard Simmons Jim Lonborg. Buddy Herzog..

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"john woodruff" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"john woodruff" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I that's why you don't start trying to get some of that money now look look look look at the energy sector right about that your goalies judge start trying to take control of their energy sector what you're going to go luger money Bilawal Plutarch government over what do you know more but all of a sudden you know you got no more drilling which you want to stop parking then all of a sudden I got no more damn ball to get to the refinery all third reportedly interview specter but okay called global warming then all of a sudden it got no better built what you got then all of a sudden your liver anything because the farmer barn you'll you know people are burned here people all party at all either but look at the store told let's work on chrome where the grocery shop from local okay capitalistic economy I don't work all day here is I'm going to get I'm going to get it's going to be free that's all they hear and tell her what's going to be free call I'm not great Bernie Sanders you're up hold with a capital capitalone a cap but if you don't know what many global radio station summer golf shirt what which we're just talking about this but forgiven student loan with Medicare for all now he just came up with another one and a half trillion dollar proposal Monday right that's the the free daycare for every mommy and Daddy has a kid under the age of four what a good moment for do you Bonnie yeah L. how much money both when they took control of viral on mobile regular water problem how many billions of dollars right well what he neared the stores are gonna make because but I'm not going hungry because if you start with the energy sector you know whatever your role your dad Barney yeah somebody even medical product but it my wife we've been saying I mean how many years did it take Venezuela to go from a prosperous Caribbean nation one of the most if not the most to eating out of dumpsters and garbage trucks good seven years seven to ten that's what that's it I know coronavirus I'm telling you point blank follow up for very long well you can convince me it didn't come out of John Woodruff we all know what the I've never dampening market are one not talking today talking about but we probably October dogs and bats and snakes and turtles and all that good I don't either I'm finally I'm convinced to came out of that lab if you go I did want to write more John thank you bye bye but but but I do want to blow off pretty got got you for our next week adult summer if you want to know what that might occur but that's the only to the product organists Matt thank you good morning thank you Abigail who can argue with that bingo is fifteen before the our toll free it's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five on America's trucking network while you're waiting for a sale to.