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Communicating with PRIMA
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In order to better serve its members, PRIMA has upgraded its website. This change will not affect your benefits nor will it drastically change the website.

By now, you should have received a very important letter from PRIMA containing a new membership card and your membership PIN number. This PIN will allow you to create your new username and personal password. This username and password will be needed in order to access the website's Member-Only pages as well as register for the Annual Conference. You will also be able to renew your PRIMA membership online.

If you have not received your new membership card, contact Jessica Konrath at or 703.253.1270.

Thanks for your patience and assistance during this exciting transition!

Members of Muslim community meet with Portland, Ore. police, city leaders to discuss security after thwarted bomb plot
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More than 50 members of Portland's Muslim community gathered with city leaders Monday evening at City Hall to discuss security concerns in the wake of a foiled bomb plot last week at a crowded downtown square. Doctors, professors, imams and other Muslim citizens voiced their fears of retaliatory violence at the closed-door meeting following Friday's thwarted bombing. More

Security, health officials said to collaborate now more than ever before
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Two international measures designed to boost each country's preparedness against manmade or natural disease outbreaks have also succeeded in bringing law enforcement and public health officials closer together to combat such threats, a panel of experts said recently. More

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TSA: Most holiday travelers opted for controversial full-body scanners
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Despite a call for airline passengers to opt-out of full-body scans the day before Thanksgiving, the Transportation Security Administration said 99 percent of holiday travelers nationwide opted in, and movement through security checkpoints was smooth throughout the holiday travel weekend. More

Panel reviews John Hopkins Hospital security after shooting
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An independent panel is now reviewing security at Johns Hopkins Hospital so it can keep its accreditation in the wake of a shooting on campus that wounded a doctor. Mike Hellgren reports on safety there and the growing dangers at hospitals nationwide. More

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High court shields county in child abuse listing case
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Justices spare Los Angeles County from being held liable for violating Craig and Wendy Humphries' rights. The couple have been fighting for nine years to have their names removed from California's list of child abusers. More

Body scanners? Pat-downs? Sooo last week
Salon    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
So, national "opt-out day" came and went, having caused hardly a ripple. No surprise, really. And just like that, one of the year's biggest and most important stories has suddenly vanished from the airwaves. Body scanners? Pat-downs? That is, like, so last week. TSA (and the terrorists) wins. More

Drug kingpin nabbed in western Mexico
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The reputed head of the La Familia Michoacana drug cartel's operation in Morelia, the capital of the western Mexican state of Michoacan, was arrested by the Federal Police, officials said. Jose Alfredo Landa Torres was in charge of managing people, overseeing finances, bribing officials and distributing drugs, the Public Safety Secretariat said. More

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