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Feds barred from prosecuting medical marijuana cases

A federal appeals court has banned the Justice Department from prosecuting medical marijuana cases if no state laws were broken.

A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S.

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Leading Georgia Latino judge won't seek state Supreme Court seat

The DeKalb County jurist who was blocked from becoming Georgia’s first Latino federal judge earlier this year has withdrawn his name from one of three vacancies on the Georgia Supreme Court. 324 more words

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Judge Dax Lopez won't seek state Supreme Court seat

The DeKalb County jurist who was blocked from becoming Georgia’s first Latino federal judge earlier this year has withdrawn his name from one of three vacancies on the Georgia Supreme Court. 324 more words

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Its always FUN to spend other peoples money

Senator Blutarsky commented on Local Government Threatens Texas Prosperity

Ross Kecseg “Local Government Threaten Texas Prosperity: Property Taxes, Debt, Forced Annexation. Learn what citizens can do …

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National Issues

Oravits Provides Facts To Prove Divided Council Myth Wrong

By Elisha Dorfsmith

A big myth being perpetuated by critics of the Flagstaff City Council got some real push back in today’s edition of the Arizona Daily Sun. 294 more words

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An open letter to Mr. Khizr Khan

Editor’s note: The following column originally appeared on the website US Defense Watch. It is reprinted with permission.

Dear Mr. Khan,

I, like millions of Americans saw your speech at the DNC on Thursday night. 1,081 more words

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The sexy side of Georgia’s back-to-school sales tax holiday

It’s called the “back to school” sales tax holiday, but there are some items on the list that no parent should be buying for their schoolkid. 186 more words

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