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Michigan Marijuana Legalization Campaign To Cross 200k Signatures This Week

Johnny Green

Weednews.Co

August 16, 2017

Actually, we’re more than halfway there. This week, we will pass the 200,000-signature mark – meaning we’re well on our way to reaching our goal of collecting 366,000 signatures. 187 more words

Marijuana

American Library Association: Victory near in 20-year fight to provide public with CRS reports

American Library Association: Victory near in 20-year fight to provide public with CRS reports. “After nearly 20 years of advocacy by ALA, Congress has recently taken significant steps toward permanently assuring free public access to reports by the Congressional Research Service (CRS). 13 more words

Security & Legal Issues

As Predicted - Washington Swamp Worried Trump Won't Spend Enough Money...

This is one of those paradigm shift CTH predictions that many people scoffed at back in 2015/2016 when we discussed a Trump federal budget, and how Washington DC politicians would respond to a president who actually planned to cut spending.  852 more words

Slurpees and the Cook County Sweetened Beverage Tax

By Sam Brunson

Today and tomorrow are 7-Eleven’s annual Bring Your Own Cup Day. In case you’re not familiar with it (or your Facebook feeds aren’t filled with bizarre containers of florescent sugar-ice), on… 1,053 more words

Taxes And Politics

Gov. Rauner Calls Immigration-Rights Bill Reasonable

(CBS) — In west suburban Aurora, Gov. Bruce Rauner had good things to say about an immigrant rights bill Friday, but he stopped short of saying if he’ll sign it into law. 176 more words

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Free Law Project: We Have Every Free PACER Opinion on CourtListener.com

Free Law Project: We Have Every Free PACER Opinion on CourtListener.com. “At Free Law Project, we have gathered millions of court documents over the years, but it’s with distinct pride that we announce that we have now completed our biggest crawl ever. 50 more words

Tweaks & Updates

Educational choices at 16+ vis-à-vis T Levels and Apprenticeship

I        The Wolf Review

Readers will recall that in October 2010, Michael Gove, the then Education Secretary, asked Alison Wolf, the Sir Roy Griffiths Professor of Public Sector Management at King’s College, to carry out an independent review of vocational education for the 14-to-19-year olds – especially how it could be improved to promote successful progression into training routes, higher education and the labour market. 1,507 more words

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