M. SHEHAB, Alfred H. M. Sure, some people have lost their chance to be members of our society because of committing heinous crimes. Lock them up for life. It cheaper than our system as it sits which already has a 4.1% failure rate. World Against Toys Causing Harm released a reportWednesday warning parents about the dangers of the toys, which it said “have the potential to lead to tragic or deadly consequences.””Do not be lulled into a false sense of security that a toy is safe simply because it is popular,”James Swartz, the group’s director, said in a statement.[America’s love hate relationship with the fidget spinner: Is technology to blame for our restlessness?]Fidget spinners have become the latest toy craze twirling atop so many children’s fingersthat someteachers have banned them from classrooms.People madefidget spinner cookies and cars.But the widespread popularity, it seems, has not come without risk. Warn older children not to put fidget spinners in their mouths,” commission spokeswoman Patty Davis said in a statement to The Washington Post.In May, a Texas mother issued a warning to other parents on social media, saying her 10 year old had swallowed a bearing that detached from a fidget spinner.”Fortunately we had a positive outcome, but it was pretty scary there for a while,” Joniec wrote on Facebook at the time, according to the newspaper. “Not only because of the initial ingestion, but the concern about the composition and structure of the object, and finally, the risk with general anesthesia.”Less than two weeks later, a mother in Oregon was spreading the same message after her 5 year old son swallowed a piece from the toy, according to reports.”If I would have known that the toy came apart, I would have never let him get ahold of it,” Johely Morelostold ABC affiliateKATU.
The modifications to the drug policies also could result in increased penalties for players convicted of driving under the influence. The league has been seeking a two game suspension for a player convicted of DUI. The NFL also sought during the negotiations to have a player arrested for DUI subject to a one game de activation with pay before the legal process would play out.
Part of the credit here goes to Bob Miller and Tyler Graef of the Southeast Missourian, who did some incredible reporting on this story. Officials in Georgia have taken a teenage boyfrom his family because his parents were giving him medical marijuana to treat his seizures. The drug’s ability to prevent seizures is well documented, and even recognized by the state.