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On November 6, while monitoring a Trump rally in Monroe, Louisiana, CNN fact-checking reporter Daniel Dale tweeted: “He is saying false/misleading/bizarre things in rapid succession, faster than I can type.” From the Ukraine scandal and the impeachment inquiry to chain migration and Chinese tariffs, the lies and unsubstantiated claims piled up like dirty laundry in…
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Here’s to a great holiday for everyone out there, along with friends and families. We are thankful for the privilege of working with so many great people and companies every day, and in such a dynamic area of law and policy. Enjoy the holiday! We’ll be back tomorrow.
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Klobuchar and Buttigieg (and Trump) Prepare for Big-Money L.A. Fundraisers This...

With 494 delegates up for grabs in California’s March 3 primary, Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Senator Amy Klobuchar are planning to be in Los Angeles to press flesh and collect checks in L.A. this week. Donald Trump will also be here. Having made surprisingly strong showings in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday, the two Democratic…

Lessons Learned on Opiates and LDN for Fibromyalgia

By Ginevra Liptan, MD* Links may generate a commission for this site The typical recommendation has always been to only prescribe low dose naltrexone (an opiate blocker that acts in the brain to lower volume of pain, see my previous blog post for more details) for people that are taking no opiate-based pain medication. The…
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