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infowarsteam Sen. Elizabeth Warren is worried about more than big banks. She’s got Big Pharma in her sights too.

On Thursday, the Massachusetts Democrat announced a new bill, the Medical Innovation Act, which she says would address two major problems: dwindling government investment in medical research and illegal practices by major pharmaceutical companies. The bill, which she intends to introduce in the Senate next week, would take money from fines levied against major pharmaceutical companies that engaged in illegal practices and use it to fund drug research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). “It’s like a swear jar,” Warren told the crowd at the Families USA Health Action Conference in Washington, according to her prepared remarks. “Whenever a huge drug company that is generating enormous profits as a result of federal research investments gets caught breaking the law—and wants off the hook—it has to put some money in the jar to help fund the next generation of medical research.” The pharmaceutical industry opposes Warren’s proposal. Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), which represents the major pharmaceutical and biomedical research companies, says the bill would result in less funding for research. The pharmaceutical sector, the group argues, already puts billions of dollars toward research and development—money that it says would dry up under Warren’s plan.

Read more at http://www.infowars.com/sen-elizabeth-warren-take-money-from-big-pharma-to-fund-medical-research/
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real.eyez.realize.real.liez It may soon be against the law for Russians to possess Bitcoin (BTC) or other digital currencies.

Legislation put forward by Russia’s Ministry of Finance would ban all digital currencies and impose a range of financial penalties on individuals and companies caught creating, generating, or using “quasi-money.” Websites associated with the digital currency market are expected to be banned as well.

According to Russian media, the proposed penalties for using cryptocurrencies are: 50,000 rubles (US $1,251) for individuals, 100,000 rubles (US $2,503) for officials, and up to 1 million rubles (US $25,038) for businesses.

In August, reports surfaced that a bill targeting the use of cryptocurries was imminent, but the text of the legislation had not yet been made public. The Ministry of Finance said at the time that the use of the digital currencies, like Bitoin, created a “shadow economy” fueled by illegal goods and money laundering.

In a statement issued this year, the Russian Central Bank warned that the use of “money substitutes” is already prohibited by the country’s laws, the violation of which can result in harsh consequences.

Russian news site Lenta reports the ban will not affect electronic payments from Webmoney—the Russian equivalent of PayPal—or fictional currencies used in video games that are often purchased with actual money.

Slated for enactment next year, it’s unclear how the ban would be enforced against a community well-versed in the use of encryption and other technical means to hide their tracks.
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