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I'm thinking that they may be networking with the State of Maryland while awaiting their appeal petition in court ( which they are dragging on with multiple extensions, mutually stipulated by with the county) in order to squeeze in a small educational program, thereby avoiding having to obtain a license. But that's just a thought because what Narconon organization would have the audacity to advertise like this, knowing there are critics keeping an eye out for such stuff?

I'm making sure the county and state are aware of this latest promo piece. Thanks for posting it here, mefree

Thanks, Mary. I was hoping they weren't trying to go the sober living route.
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I'm thinking that they may be networking with the State of Maryland while awaiting their appeal petition in court ( which they are dragging on with multiple extensions, mutually stipulated by with the county) in order to squeeze in a small educational program, thereby avoiding having to obtain a license. But that's just a thought because what Narconon organization would have the audacity to advertise like this, knowing there are critics keeping an eye out for such stuff?

I'm making sure the county and state are aware of this latest promo piece. Thanks for posting it here, mefree
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And the Outpatient program just dropped from their LARA listing.

https://w2.lara.state.mi.us/VAL/License/Details/2179425
The license expiry was kicked from July 31, 2017 to 2018. Strange how this location never has an annual report listed.

It's definitely time for an annual inspection!
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And the Outpatient program just dropped from their LARA listing.

https://w2.lara.state.mi.us/VAL/License/Details/2179425
The license expiry was kicked from July 31, 2017 to 2018. Strange how this location never has an annual report listed.
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I guess most of you have seen this from the Thursday Funnies on Mike Rinder's Blog.


 ooo:/

http://www.mikerindersblog.org/thursday-funnies-132/
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Per donated 100K to Trump's inauguration.

Michigan donors give $2M for Trump inauguration
Melissa Nann Burke, and Keith Laing, DetroitNews
<a few snips>

"Many top donors had access to Trump or administration officials during the inaugural festivities during the weekend of Jan. 20.

"Per Wickstrom, CEO of Best Drug Rehabilitation in Battle Creek, chipped in $100,000 on Jan. 19, and Ciena Healthcare Management CEO and President Mohammad Qazi of West Bloomfield Township gave $50,000 on Dec. 2."

http://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/politics/2017/04/19/michigan-donors-give-trump-inauguration/100655108/
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Narconon and related groups / Re: Suncoast Rehabilitation Center
« Last post by DeathHamster on June 20, 2017, 11:07 »
The 2015 Form 990 for Narconon Suncoast is in.

http://990.erieri.com/EINS/263151983/263151983_2015_0d899cec.PDF

69 clients in 2015, probably at the old Spring Hill location.
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ATMC CHARITABLE FOUNDATION is "not dead yet": No assets or business, but still filing Form 990PFs.

Category:Alternative to Meds Center
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Belated thank you Alcie...

Sad that DeLong lost on this one but one outcome is that Narconon 'students' can sue for such negligence with added strength of this decision,  if it fits circumstances their complaint

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The tossing

The federal court in Oklahoma City dismissed DeLong’s negligent training and supervision claim. Noting that Oklahoma is still an employment-at-will state, the court said exceptions to that doctrine must be specific and narrow. For that reason, it ruled that negligent training and supervision claims may only be pursued by a third-party, non-employee who is harmed by the negligence of an organization’s manager or supervisor. It is not a claim that a former employee can maintain relating to their own firing.
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