Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Monday | December 10, 2012
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Reverend supports ganja decriminalisation
IF JAMAICANS were to be asked to vote whether the use of marijuana should be decriminalised, at least one clergyman would be among those saying aye.

I stand by the report, says Monroe Ellis
AUDITOR GENERAL Pamela Monroe Ellis is seemingly undaunted by sharp criticisms of her department's Information Systems Review Report by Electoral Commission of Jamaica (ECJ) officials.

Get the reefs back - Bridgewater says Jamaica should protect environment to grow tourism
UNITED STATES ambassador to Jamaica, Pamela Bridgewater, has said better environmental policies and improved road network are some of the ways the Government can improve the country's major income earner, tourism.

Chiropractic and the flu
The 2009 outbreak of the swine flu had everyone panicking. People would not go outdoors without wearing a mask. Everyone was a potential carrier of this threat. Fortunately for us, the swine flu did not get out of control. The swine flu even affected my final year chiropractic internship class in Mexico City - for weeks we more masks.


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