The Points blog has a new post on marijuana legalization in Washington. Ingrid Walker writes about trying "to normalize the use of a substance in a state and country that has no public language for that recreational practice." After a shaky rollout in July (little weed was available in retail stores), the marijuana market a settled into a grove. Walker's post provides a fairly comprehensive update about the status of legal weed in Washington.
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This month, LFB Scholarly Publishing releases “First Amendment Religious Liberties: Supreme Court Decisions and Public Opinion, 1947-2013” by Tracy L. Cook (Central Texas College). 98 more words
Carrie Menkel-Meadow has posted “Unsettling the Lawyers: Other Forms of Justice in Indigenous Claims of Expropriation, Abuse, and Injustice” on SSRN. It is published in the… 258 more words
Another example of vernacular English printing features in this batch of incunabula. I highlighted some books by William Caxton and the St Albans schoolmaster printer… 619 more words