Done New York Times calls for marijuana legalization 1 hour ago View gallery . Washington (AFP) - The New York Times called for the legalization of marijuana, comparing the federal ban on cannabis to Prohibition. In an editorial, the prestige publication said marijuana laws disproportionately impact young black men and that addiction and dependence are "relatively minor problems" especially compared with alcohol and tobacco. "It took 13 years for the United States to come to its senses and end Prohibition, 13 years in which people kept drinking, otherwise law-abiding citizens became criminals and crime syndicates arose and flourished," the newspaper said.
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Federal court upholds Fla.'s docs vs. glocks law - Yahoo News
"The intent is to protect the privacy of firearms owners and to stop the political interrogation of gun owners and the children of gun owners when they seek medical care," Hammer said in an email. A main attorney who filed the appeal said the decision would cause Florida physicians to curb their own speech on safe gun ownership.
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Law Firm Files Class Action Lawsuit Against WWE for TV Deal - TWNP - Wrestling News & Information
Specifically, defendants caused WWE to issue false and misleading statements in public filings, press releases, and conference calls where they publicized their ability to renew their television license agreement at double the value in upcoming negotiations. These statements downplayed the fact that advertisers pay less to reach WWE viewers than traditional sports or other shows on the USA Network and the negative impact on the television license negotiations resulting from the Companys launch of its WWE Network.
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