Who has access to your prescription drug records? Under a new drug monitoring program by the Washington state Health Department it looks like just about everyone. The program allows state, local, and federal law enforcement and prosecutors to access drug records. The law also permits doctors, pharmacists, health licensing and regulatory agencies, medical examiners and coroners, Medicaid officials, state officials who deal with worker's compensation, officials within the Department of Corrections, and officials of the Health Department, among others, to look at those records.
A class-action lawsuit is now challenging the DEA's habit of seizing large amounts of cash from travelers without evidence of any crime.
The Government Accountability Office says Trump's spending delay was illegal.
Additional grand juries will investigate possible wrongdoing by other narcotics officers, including the way the raid was conducted.
Club for Growth and FreedomWorks cease supporting the congressman they've showered with awards