- Newsmaker: Supreme Court Rules Out "Medical Marijuana" - Voters in eight states have approved ballot initiatives allowing the use of medical marijuana, and Hawaii legalized it by legislative act. But today the US Supreme Court ruled unanimously that Congress intended to ban its use under federal law. What does the decision mean for Wayne Justman, director of the San Francisco Patients Resource Center?
- Reporter's Notebook: The Whole World is Watching - The US economy, once the powerful engine that pulled the world, has stalled. Recently, banks around the world have slashed interest rates in a seemingly coordinated effort to prevent a global recession. David Francis, of the Christian Science Monitor, says that all eyes are now on the Federal Reserve to see what it will do tomorrow.
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