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Medical marijuana bill clears Minn. Senate 30.4.2009 Minnesota Public Radio: Politics
The Minnesota Senate has approved legislation that would allow medical marijuana use for seriously ill patients.
Medical Marijuana Bill Clears Minn. Senate 30.4.2009 WCCO: Local News
The Minnesota Senate has backed legislation that would allow medical marijuana use for seriously ill patients.
Headlines for April 29, 2009 29.4.2009 Democracy Now!
Texas Reports First US Swine Flu Death, Rejecting "State Secrets" Assertion, Appeals Court Reinstates Torture Suit, Specter Leaves GOP, Joins Dems, Lawmakers Call for Special Counsel on Torture, KBR Sued for Toxic Air Exposure, Student Pleads Not Guilty in Utah Land Case, Obama Calls for Ending Disparity in Crack Sentences, White House Apologizes for Low-Flying Plane, Study: 60% of Americans Subjected to Polluted Air
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Headlines for April 29, 2009 29.4.2009 Democracy Now!
Texas Reports First US Swine Flu Death, Rejecting "State Secrets" Assertion, Appeals Court Reinstates Torture Suit, Specter Leaves GOP, Joins Dems, Lawmakers Call for Special Counsel on Torture, KBR Sued for Toxic Air Exposure, Student Pleads Not Guilty in Utah Land Case, Obama Calls for Ending Disparity in Crack Sentences, White House Apologizes for Low-Flying Plane, Study: 60% of Americans Subjected to Polluted Air
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Headlines for April 29, 2009 29.4.2009 Democracy Now!
Texas Reports First US Swine Flu Death, Rejecting "State Secrets" Assertion, Appeals Court Reinstates Torture Suit, Specter Leaves GOP, Joins Dems, Lawmakers Call for Special Counsel on Torture, KBR Sued for Toxic Air Exposure, Student Pleads Not Guilty in Utah Land Case, Obama Calls for Ending Disparity in Crack Sentences, White House Apologizes for Low-Flying Plane, Study: 60% of Americans Subjected to Polluted Air
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Headlines for April 29, 2009 29.4.2009 Democracy Now!
Texas Reports First US Swine Flu Death, Rejecting "State Secrets" Assertion, Appeals Court Reinstates Torture Suit, Specter Leaves GOP, Joins Dems, Lawmakers Call for Special Counsel on Torture, KBR Sued for Toxic Air Exposure, Student Pleads Not Guilty in Utah Land Case, Obama Calls for Ending Disparity in Crack Sentences, White House Apologizes for Low-Flying Plane, Study: 60% of Americans Subjected to Polluted Air
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Headlines for April 29, 2009 29.4.2009 Democracy Now!
Texas Reports First US Swine Flu Death, Rejecting "State Secrets" Assertion, Appeals Court Reinstates Torture Suit, Specter Leaves GOP, Joins Dems, Lawmakers Call for Special Counsel on Torture, KBR Sued for Toxic Air Exposure, Student Pleads Not Guilty in Utah Land Case, Obama Calls for Ending Disparity in Crack Sentences, White House Apologizes for Low-Flying Plane, Study: 60% of Americans Subjected to Polluted Air
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Begging for help on Crack Street 29.4.2009 Boston Globe: Opinion
America will never be safe from the gigantic ramifications of illegal drug use unless the Obama administration mounts a major campaign to rehabilitate drug addicts.
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America's Schizoid Pot Culture -- 4 in 10 Have Smoked It, and Millions Are Still Getting Busted 28.4.2009 AlterNet
The Obama administration is giving mixed signals on its pot policies despite a tidal shift in social views on legalizing marijuana.
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Mexico faces criticism over speed, strength of swine flu response 28.4.2009 Chicago Tribune: Nation
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Two weeks after the first known swine flu death, Mexico still hasn't given medicine to the families of the dead. It hasn't determined where the outbreak began or how it spread. And while the government urges anyone who feels sick to go to hospitals, feverish people complain ambulance workers are scared to pick them ...
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Wallace J Nichols: Nature Versus Narco 26.4.2009 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
The production, processing and trafficking of narcotics are slowly and quietly wreaking havoc on nature and undermining environmental conservation from Colombia to British Columbia.
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Drugs: To Legalize or Not 25.4.2009 WSJ: Most Emailed Today
John P. Walters on how progress in Colombia provides clear evidence that the war on drugs is winnable, while history repeatedly shows that relaxed restrictions lead to more abuse and ...
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Chris Weigant: Obama's First 94 Days 25.4.2009 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
I admit, I am getting the jump on the rest of the media here, by writing my "First 100 Days" article six days early (some...
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David Ormsby: Lang, Haine Give Medical Marijuana a Push, Wackos Rush in 23.4.2009 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
If medical marijuana opponents are keen on educating Illinois youth on potentially harmful drugs, they should set their sights on OxyContin and Vicodin. In the meantime, they should buzz off and let the law pass.
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Pot vs. Booze: A Former Police Chief's Take 22.4.2009 AlterNet
Marijuana smokers show greater responsibility in their choice of drugs than those of us who choose (and abuse) alcohol.
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Anthony Papa: 4/20: National Pot Smokers Day 20.4.2009 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
April 20 is "National Pot Smoking Day," a counter culture holiday where people across the world celebrate in the conspicuous consumption of marijuana.
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Norm Stamper: 420: Thoughts on Pot vs. Alcohol from a Former Police Chief 20.4.2009 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
If one of these two drugs is implicated in dire health effects, high mortality rates, and physical violence -- and the other is not -- what are we to make of our nation's marijuana laws?
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Mayor declares her war on drugs 18.4.2009 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
Saying tough financial times is no excuse for inaction, Weymouth Mayor Sue Kay has vowed to get get tough on drugs - particularly heroin. She has added a fourth police officer to the town's narcotics team and promised to form a task force to help keep children safe.
Stimulus to speed shift to electronic medical files 18.4.2009 Tucson Citizen
Federal money could accelerate Arizona's push toward digital health records, making staples such as paper charts, written prescriptions and doctor's-office clipboards a thing of the past.
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Editorial: Medical marijuana deserves state test 17.4.2009 Star Tribune: Editorials
This is a legislative, not constitutional, decision.
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