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Think Tank 1010am recreational marijuana
OH CANADA! Could Canada be the next country to legalize recreational marijuana? Canada is proposing legislation that would legalize recreational marijuana by 2018. This hours guest: Chief Larry Kirk - Retired Chief ( Old Monroe Police Department, Missouri & member of LEAP (Law Enforcement Action Partnership)
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03-26 7:00 am United We Move
United Way’s Terri Westerfield discusses the many services offered by the United Way of Southeast Louisiana.
Not so urgent anymore? Trump's new travel ban delayed
bill in the first place," said Doris Meissner, who was head of the Immigration and Naturalization Service for President Bill Clinton . "It was a contrived argument and a reflection of inexperience and a rush to fulfill a campaign promise
LA GOP seek apology from Rep. Richmond after joke about Conway
U.S. Senator Tim Scott, who talked about the history of that couch in the 1990s -- a joke seemingly was invoking the Bill Clinton /Monica Lewinsky scandal -- and Richmond's comments, shortly thereafter, touched a nerve with some. Political Analyst
White House says chief of staff not wrong to talk to FBI
Trump and other Republicans strongly criticized a meeting between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton , husband of Trump's general election opponent. The meeting came as the FBI - which is overseen by the Justice
In Trump's first speech to Congress, will decorum hold?
displeasure with Obama in more subtle ways, by snickering or not applauding. Michael Waldman, chief speechwriter for President Bill Clinton , said Trump can easily "blow up a speech" with just a few deviations from the text on his teleprompter. Waldman
White House expects Justice crackdown on legalized marijuana
people, a direct conflict with federal guidelines barring the use of marijuana for medical purposes. And presidents since Bill Clinton have said the federal government unequivocally rejects a state's ability to modify federal drug law. However, three presidents