Where does Trump Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch stand on marijuana law?

Dylan Stableford Senior Editor Yahoo NewsFebruary 1, 2017 President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, is a native of Colorado, the first state to legalize marijuana for recreational use. So where does Gorsuch stand on the pot issue? It’s not entirely clear. Gorsuch, a conservative federal judge on the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals …

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KDA proposes legislation to help feed the hungry

  Proposals would double tax credit for donated food, strengthen liability protections For Immediate Release Monday, January 30, 2017For more information contact: Angela Blank(502) 573-0450 FRANKFORT, Ky. — The Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) has come forward with legislation to help businesses and .individuals who wish to donate food to organizations that serve hungry Kentuckians. …

Would a Border Water Canal Be Better Than President Trump’s Border Wall?

By CrisEricson2016 | Tue, January 31 2017 POTUS BORDER WALL? POTUS stands for President of the United States of America. Our current President is Donald J. Trump and he wants to build a Border Wall between the United States of America and Mexico. Some people think this is a male fantasy, a type of penis …

Marijuana lobby goes mainstream

By Reid Wilson - 02/01/17 06:00 AM EST State regulators and government officials involved in crafting rules for the budding legal and medical marijuana industry are going to pot.  In a sign that the budding marijuana industry is moving away from the fringes and into the political mainstream, into the political mainstream, a number of …

Get America out of United Nations

To the editor: The United Nations was founded in 1945 at a founding conference in San Francisco. In attendance were scores of communists, communist dupes, Soviet agents and American traitors. The secretary general at the founding conference, Alger Hiss, spent 20 years in our prison system for lying under oath about being a communist. The …

(OR) Senate Bill 301 may make marijuana drug tests illegal in the workplace

by Kimberly Kolliner Monday, January 30th 2017 MEDFORD, Ore. - Regardless of if it's legal in the state, right now, failing a marijuana drug test could cost you your job. "For us, marijuana is still classified federally as a schedule 1 controlled substance so we do include it in our drug screening," People's Bank Chief …

Presidential Executive Orders and the Constitution: What Can Trump Really Do?

David Schultz What is an executive order and what can presidents such as Trump do with them?Article I, Section 7 of the Constitution describes the process for how a bill becomes a law. The process requires both houses of Congress to pass legislation with identical language and for it to be signed by the president. …

Presidential Executive Orders and the Constitution: What Can Trump Really Do?

David Schultz What is an executive order and what can presidents such as Trump do with them?Article I, Section 7 of the Constitution describes the process for how a bill becomes a law. The process requires both houses of Congress to pass legislation with identical language and for it to be signed by the president. …

Presidential Executive Orders and the Constitution: What Can Trump Really Do?

David Schultz What is an executive order and what can presidents such as Trump do with them?Article I, Section 7 of the Constitution describes the process for how a bill becomes a law. The process requires both houses of Congress to pass legislation with identical language and for it to be signed by the president. …

Wells Fargo Issues Statement in Response to Dakota Access Pipeline Protests

Ryan Burns / Monday, Jan. 30 PREVIOUSLY: Activists March on Arcata Wells Fargo in Protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline Press release from Wells Fargo: Wells Fargo understands the social and environmental concerns associated with projects such as the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). As a company committed to environmental sustainability and human rights, we respect …

Neil Gorsuch & Marijuana: What Are His Views on Legalization?

By Stephanie Dube Dwilson President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, hails from Colorado, a state known for marijuana legalization and being a strong proponent of state’s rights over the federal government. Has Gorsuch said anything about his views on legalization? Here’s what you need to know. There’s really not a lot to go …

There are three ways to revoke a US president’s executive orders, and they rarely succeed

On Monday (Jan. 30), Sally Yates was fired from her position as acting US attorney general almost immediately after instructing the justice department not to defend president Donald Trump’s new immigration policies in court. Yates said she was not convinced that defending the executive order that establishes those policies was consistent with her responsibility to …