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Quit serving food. http://www.the-american-interest.com/2012/08/03/a... Maybe vending machines or privatize it.
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Are you daft? He may or may not support this? The whole point of the article and many others is that he, Obama, is signing a executive order to do this. Proposing a reclassification is one thing but signing an executive order is another. You covering for him is almost laughable if it were not for the erosion of our rights by this man and administration.
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The BATF is doing this. President Obama may or may not support this, but he has not issued an executive order to do this, as far as I know.
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Take O out of it, Whose executive order is it?

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Payson man arrested following nursing home battery

7 months, 4 weeks ago by Bob Gough

A 64-year-old man was beaten at Sycamore Healthcare

Quincy Police have arrested a Payson man following in incident in a Quincy nursing home where an elderly patient was beaten.

On June 29, Police were contacted regarding the incident. Nicholas Orrill, 27 of Payson, was arrested Wednesday afternoon following an investigation by QPD and the Illinois Department of Public Health. 

The victim was a 64-year-old man. He was struck in the face and had head injuries. 

Orrill faces charges of Aggravated Battery to a Disabled Person. He is in the Adams County Jail pending a court appearance. 

QPD did not release the name of the nursing home, but did say Orrill is no longer employed there. 

More from QPD: The Quincy Police conducted an investigation alongside and with the assistance of the administration of Sycamore Healthcare, and the Illinois Department of Public Health.  All parties involved in the investigation are committed to safe living environments in our communities nursing home facilities.  This cooperative investigation led to the arrest of Nicholas Orrill, who remains in the Adams County Jail.


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