- Making News: Supreme Court Says No More Medical Marijuana
The US Supreme Court says federal authorities may prosecute sick people whose doctors proscribe marijuana, even if state laws say medical use is okay. David Savage, who reports on the court for the Los Angeles Times, says the case is truly a test of federal versus state power.
- Reporters Notebook: 9-11 Commission Presses White House for Terror-Risk Info
It's been almost a year since the 9-11 Commission made its recommendations for preventing another attack on US soil, but former Commission Chair Thomas Kean, once the Republican Governor of New Jersey, says many of those submissions have not been implemented. Today, what's now called the Public Discourse Project held the first of eight public hearings to find out what's happening, as Philip Shenon reports in the New York Times.
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