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|U.S. Customs and Border Protection unmanned drone: Big Brother is watching you.|
The U.S. Homeland Security Department is expanding its use of unmanned drone aircraft, widely used in Iraq, Afghanistan, and other war zones, beyond the Mexican and Canadian borders to the Caribbean and possibly elsewhere.
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|Honduran police face a tough fight with drug traffickers, despite plenty of Yankee dollars.|
The top anti-drug cop in Honduras was killed by unidentified gunmen on Tuesday, a national police spokesman told CNN, Mariano Castillo reports.
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|Nevadans, do you want legal marijuana? Sign the initiative, then get out and vote in 2012|
Nevadans, after turning down similar initiatives in 2002 and 2006, may get to vote again on legalizing marijuana in 2012.
|Painting: James Montgomery Flagg|
|Hey, Congress: I want YOU to respect the will of the people|
In a historic move, Congress is poised to end a decade-long ban on implementation of the medical marijuana law passed with a 69 percent majority by voters in the District of Columbia in 1998.
|Man, I wish I had designed that logo.|
|Medical marijuana: Will Pennsylvania become the Keystoned State? Oh, yeah… Stereotypes bad.|
The good news, according to the Harrisburg Patriot-News, is that Pennsylvania is finally having a discussion about medical marijuana.
|Five of these? Yes, please. (Super Silver Haze sativa/indica hybrid)|
The government of the Czech Republic in eastern Europe will allow ordinary citizens to grow up to five marijuana plants starting Jan. 1, 2010.
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|The State of Maine will be selling marijuana by spring.|
A 14-member task force assigned by Gov. John E. Baldacci is trying to iron out the kinks in Maine’s new medical marijuana law so it can be implemented by its deadline at the beginning of April, 2010.
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|Whenever City Council’s in session, look out.|
San Diego’s task force on medical marijuana will present its land-use recommendations to the city council today.