Meanwhile, Fargo citizens adopt a different way to choose winners of citywide races.
The initiative lost by a big margin in a state that approved medical use two years ago.
Measure 1 would introduce "approval voting" to the city, meaning voters wouldn't have to abandon independent and third-party choices.
The state health department can't stop meddling with cottage bakers
Chairs, mirrors, shoes, clothing, and more can't be sold before noon on Sundays. But at least you can buy a beer at 11 a.m.
The right to sell what you make without overwhelming government regulation affirmed.
Meanwhile, new reforms in Minnesota improve on a 2014 law requiring criminal conviction before property can be forfeited to law enforcement
Clean-up efforts are in a race to beat the coming floods.
Regulation by presidential whim versus the rule of law
A sad example of how arbitrary politically motivated bureaucratic decisions are replacing the rule of law
Standing Rock protesters succeed in blocking Bakken oil pipeline route
Sophia Wilansky had her arm seriously damaged by what protesters say was police-tossed concussion grenade; police deny using any such weapon. Water has been sprayed on protesters in freezing temperature.
A measure letting patients use cannabis for symptom relief passes by a surprisingly wide margin.
Protesters set up multiple roadblock; police from at least six states are in the county.
Students even get a chance to pitch to investors.
Prosecutor argues against Goodman's First Amendment rights because she sympathized with protesters.
With pot on the ballot in nine states, support for allowing recreational use is strongest in California, while Florida looks likeliest to permit medical use.
Attorney representing Andrew Sadek's family tells
Reason they plan to sue the police for fraud and negligence.