In the on-going battle between Congress and the District of Columbia over who runs the federal district, two fights over marijuana use have opened up some old constitutional wounds.
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It’s a sad day for some historically minded Philadelphians: It’s the anniversary of the congressional act that moved the nation’s capital from their city to Washington, D.C.
Today marks the 101st birthday of the late former President, Gerald R. Ford, who went from being a college football star to the White House under the most unusual circumstances.
On Tuesday, legal recreational marijuana sales start in Washington state. While such sales are technically illegal under federal law, Congress and the Obama administration are staying out of the situation, for now.
Do criminal suspects have First Amendment rights when they engage in alleged fantasy role playing games that include killing and cannibalism of real people? That’s a question one judge recently decided in a sensational trial dubbed the “Cannibal Cop” case by the New York media.