Presidents Day, Politics, and Pot Laws

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The fact that we call today “Presidents Day” is a cause of consternation for historical literalists. We hear about the roots of the holiday and what it’s become today. Plus, we check in on the race to replace Henry Waxman in Congress. We also find out what new federal banking guidelines could mean for California’s medical marijuana business. We find out why some Olympians are having trouble with rules regarding their corporate sponsorships, and we get the details of a woman being held for the murder of her alleged rapist - and why many feel she’s innocent.

Photo credit: Dean Franklin