Obama May Announce NSA Reforms Soon, Colorado Estimates $5 Million in Marijuana Sales, Boehner Works on Immigration Reform: P.M. Links


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    President Barack Obama may announce reforms to the National Security Agency's surveillance programs as early as next week.

  • Meanwhile, California legislators have introduced a bill blocking state agencies from cooperating with the NSA, including prohibiting public utilities from providing water and power to their facilities.
  • More than $5 million in legal marijuana sales were recorded for its first week in Colorado.
  • 3D printers may be coming to a bakery near you to help produce delicious confections.
  • House Speaker John Boehner is reportedly working on some immigration reform "principles" he'll eventually be sharing with his fellow Republicans.
  • Gabrielle Giffords will mark the anniversary of the mass shooting in Arizona in which she was seriously injured by skydiving.

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