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  • jim weathers: How can HRPA and the Minster for Health issue a license to grow cannabis sativa if it is indeed illegal? And the FSAI state "certain varieties of the hemp plant (Cannabis sativa) are legally... (15 May 2019)
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  • jim weathers: How can you say that trace amounts of THC is illegal but yet HRPA and the Minster of Health can issue a licence to grow hemp (cannabis) as long as it has less than 0.20%? This product can be used... (15 May 2019)
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  • Mary O'Donnell: There is something seriously wrong with his statement, "The roll-out of 5G in Ireland is a matter for private mobile network operators, operating on a commercial basis. " The roll out of 5G in... (14 May 2019)
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  • Mary O'Donnell: ps it is very worrying to think he would form a statutory body to promote to the public a false understanding of the guidelines, we've had RTE do that too long, industry biased views are the... (14 May 2019)
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  • Mary O'Donnell: SCENIHR EXPOSED, WHO-EMF PROJECT EXPOSED, FCC EXPOSED ICNIRP EXPOSED ALL OF THEM ARE EXPOSED https://ecfsapi.fcc.gov/file/7520956218. pdf... https://ethics.harvard.edu/.../captureda... (14 May 2019)
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  • Nead De Faoite: Pardon me but Jobpath does not offer support in helping the unemployed find work. It is a money based model that humiliates people by discussing their personal data on front of other advisors and... (7 May 2019)
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  • Paul Kenny: Thank you for reopening the tracing service, whose disappearance was the subject of a discussion on LinkedIn recently. Having spent a lot of time over the years trying to reunite people with... (17 April 2019)
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  • Monica Condron: Is there any possibility that information will be forthcoming on whether the pension increases are higher or lower than if the changes to the pension rate bands in 2012 had been reversed. The... (12 April 2019)
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  • Shirley-Anne Mcmillan: Can someone from Northern Ireland who is an Irish citizen get a public services card? What about if their child needs a passport? Can they get a public services card? Where do we get one? (7 March 2019)
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  • Gary Somers: How do I go about applying for the HTB scheme please? (20 February 2019)
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  • Gavan Reilly: Hi James, In short - yes. Your mother is entitled to Irish citizenship (even if she did not hold it) and therefore so are you. The Department of Foreign Affairs can guide you through the... (9 February 2019)
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  • James Pocknee: Hi, my mother was born in Northern Ireland in 1966, however she does not have an Irish passport. I was born in England. Am I an Irish citizen and able to apply for an Irish passport based on this... (8 February 2019)
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  • John McElligott (Safety Before LNG): How can importing fracked US gas be "compatible with the State's commitments to tackle climate change"? There has been no assessment of the climate impacts of fracked gas, not to mind LNG, in the... (8 February 2019)
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  • Brian Lyons: You might ask the Minister how do take the Gardai to account when they wont take action against those who organised a Border Protest on 14 Feb 2017 Using the answer its a matter for the Gardai... (1 February 2019)
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  • Brian Lyons: A pity that you have no comment on the situation on Garda inaction at a Border Protest on 14 th Feb 2017. (1 February 2019)
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  • Teresa Smoker: What about persons working in the public sector who took the one year extension who now have been told they cannot be employed Up to the age of 70 because of the new law. Does this mean that some... (31 January 2019)
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  • Iris Meade: Mr Murphy I can verify the man I spoke to yesterday morning at Heuston Station was turfed out of a hostel - what prompted that answer was I said to him try get inside today. Thank you Mary... (31 January 2019)
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  • Iris Meade: Thank you Mary Lou for bringing this up - the man I spoke to was put out of the hostel yesterday morning - he was freezing ! He has a young girl with him too . There are 5 tents at least at the... (31 January 2019)
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  • PJ Coleman: Ah. A little late in the day don't you think? The application is ready to go but we have to engage with staff; is that not a contradiction in terms? (25 January 2019)
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  • PJ Coleman: Nice. And the other ITs? Only expensive PPPs that make no sense when Ireland Inc can borrow at less than 1%? Also more than 55 millions for Dublin and 33 millions for the rest of the country? (24 January 2019)
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  • Aaron Daly: the incompetence of our politicians is again plain to see, the biggest white elephant in the history of the state (17 January 2019)
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  • hilary galvin: I have been told there is a transfer system for Local Authorities. I have been working for a local authority for over 2years, after 11years in my profession in the private sector. I would... (4 January 2019)
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  • Tom Walsh: This Focus Group has been given an 18 month Timeline and needs to engage all parties involved. To date only one meeting has taken place and no progress since then. They need a serious Project... (15 December 2018)
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  • David Maher: Dear Minister McGrath, The unemployment rate among people with autism spectrum disorders is currently around 80% according to DCU President, Professor Brian MacCraith. I am trying to organise... (12 December 2018)
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  • Monica Condron: While the minister is correct that the changes to the minimum number of contributions from 260 to 520 was signalled well in advance the change to the pension rate bands was not. I was aware of... (9 December 2018)
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