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Domestic Access to Spy Imagery Expands

WASHINGTON (AP) — A plan to use U.S. spy satellites for domestic security and law-enforcement missions is moving forward after being delayed for months because of privacy and civil liberties concerns.

Ansonia Ordered to Pay Lawyer Fees in Student Marijuana Case

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. - A federal judge has ordered Ansonia's school board to pay nearly $18,000 in fees to a lawyer who successfully overturned the expulsion of a football player arrested on a marijuana charge.

Steves, ACLU Join Forces for Pot Law Reform

Travel guru Rick Steves wants America to take a cue from Europe and start talking seriously about marijuana.

Medical Marijuana Documentary "Waiting to Inhale" Screenings Announced

CHICAGO - Two free screenings of the award winning medical marijuana documentary, "Waiting to Inhale," take place in the Chicago area Feb. 20 and 21, followed by panel discussions featuring the film's director, a Chicago multiple sclerosis patient, and a medical ethicist.

One-time Candidate Faces Pot-dealing Charge

A former political candidate in New Albany and her husband are charged with dealing in marijuana and possessing more than 10 pounds of it, both felonies.

Rapper Juvenile Arrested on Pot Charge

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — The rapper known as Juvenile was arrested Tuesday after police pulled him over for an expired tag and found marijuana in his car, authorities said.

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Canada: Smell of Weed No Longer Grounds for Arrest, Search

The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal has upheld a decision stating the smell of burnt marijuana isn't enough evidence to arrest someone for possession of the drug and then search their vehicle without a warrant.

VT House OKs Hemp for State's Farmers

MONTPELIER, Vt. -- The Vermont House of Representatives gave overwhelming final approval Friday to a bill which sets up procedures for farmers to begin growing hemp. Its provisions, however, hinge on a policy reversal from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, which has ...

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