Tsarnaev Enters Not Guilty Plea, Lawmakers Seek To Ease Pot Businesses' Access to Banks, Anti-Snooping Bill Actually Restricts Challenges to Spying: P.M. Links
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev entered "not guilty" pleas to all charges, setting the ground for one of the more high-profile trials in a while.
- Lawmakers from Colorado and Washington want to remove the regulatory barriers that prevent legal marijuana businesses in their states from using banking services.
- The White House knew months ago that Obamacare implemention was floundering and would have to be severely scaled back.
- Before Bradley Manning leaked classified information, the U.S. military considered WikiLeaks to be a journalistic operation, an expert on media law told the court.
- Three lawsuits look to overturn state-level bans on same-sex marriage in North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
- Legislation introduced by Sen. Leahy, supposedly to increase oversight of the NSA, actually makes it harder to challenge national security letters. Whoops!
- Hawthorne, California, police say a second video of a puppycide justifies the shooting, but many people still wonder why the stupid bust took place to begin with.
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