Denver’s plan to abolish criminal penalties for possession of hallucinogenic mushrooms

Denver could become the first city in the United States that would abolish criminal liability for possession of magic mushrooms. On Monday an application was made to the decriminalization of hallucinogenic mushrooms in Denver. The initiative group has already collected 9,500 signatures in support of the proposal. It is expected that this measure will reduce crime in the city. If the bill will accept, it does not legalize the use…

January 11, 2019
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Court in San Francisco rejected the appeal of an illegal immigrant who was arrested for weapons possession

On 8 January the court of appeal in San Francisco affirmed that, according to the Law on gun control, acquisition and possession of weapons by illegal immigrants is a crime. The panel of three judges rejected the appeal of Victor Manuel Torres, who illegally entered the U.S. from Mexico in 2005, was arrested in 2014 for possession of a gun and sentenced to 2.5 years. Lawyer Adam J. Torres. Gasner,…

January 10, 2019
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California vs. paper checks: the new law proposes to replace their digital copies

California is one step closer to reducing the amount of waste that cannot be recycled. On 8 January a member of the Assembly San Francisco Phil ting introduced a new law that requires businesses to offer customers electronic receipts instead of paper. For greater clarity, a paper receipt is portrayed the man who’s 20 minute press conference with a straight face stood in the costume of a giant cheque. According…

January 10, 2019
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The court rejected the petition of the producers of foie Gras on its sale in California

Despite numerous attempts to legalize the sale of liver of force-fed birds, a ban on the sale foie Gras in California will remain in force. January 7, the U.S. Supreme court finally rejected the petition of the producers of foie Gras on the revision of the ban on the sale of the French delicacy. Yes! 👏 The Supreme Court decision to deny review of #California’s foie gras ban means that…

January 9, 2019
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Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya filed criminal charges

Manhattan U.S. attorney Geoffrey Berman said that the court for the southern district of new York formally accused Natalia Veselnitskaya attempted obstruction of justice. It is a criminal accusation. The Russian lawyer involved in the Trump Tower meeting, Natalia V. Veselnitskaya, has been indicted for obstruction of justice in a case unrelated to the collusion investigation. pic.twitter.com/98RGZOvXKD — Chris Megerian (@ChrisMegerian) January 8, 2019 Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya came into…

January 8, 2019
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The current shutdown — the third longest in U.S. history

The Federal government has suspended its work in December 22, 2018. Consequently, the shutdown lasted 17 days, making it the 3rd duration in the entire history of the United States. Since in 1976, Congress adopted the modern budget process, the government suspended the work 21 times. Sometimes for a few days, sometimes for a few hours (as it was in February of last year). The government and its subordinate companies…

January 8, 2019
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«I love Hillary, don’t tell bill»: Clinton and Cuomo has advocated for abortion at up to 6 months

Governor Andrew Cuomo and former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called on the Legislature of the state of new York in the near future to take the stalled bills on reproductive health and contraception. Yesterday, January 7, at Barnard College in Manhattan, Clinton said that these laws must be taken because of the changing position in relation to the rights to abortion and contraception in Washington. Under the proposed bills, the…

January 8, 2019
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The sex slave, sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of a client, pardoned after 15 years in prison

Monday, January 7, the Governor of Tennessee bill Haslam pardoned the 30-year-old Santoyo brown, which was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of a client when she was 16 years old. Haslam, whose term expires in 2 weeks, they decided to forgive the former sex slave. 7 Aug brown leaves the walls of a prison cell and will be on parole for 10 years. «Cintoia brown, by her own…

January 8, 2019
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A plague on both your political house, or the Most important issue in America today

When you write about our country and what she’s going through, it is impossible to write in the dry language of an indifferent observer. You have to be either in joy or in rage, to write something worthwhile. In sorrow not written anything at all, because under no circumstances not to lose heart. If everything goes as it should — rejoice. If something doesn’t work, roll up your sleeves and…

January 8, 2019
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«They were eating steak and laughing»: the prisoners had a magnificent dinner and their guards shutdown left without a paycheck

The partial government shutdown (the shutdown) has played a cruel joke with the Federal prisons. For Christmas and New year, the prisoners received a gorgeous table, while the prison staff had to work «on credit». For example, in one Federal prison inmates Illinois January 1, got steak and shrimp. In Brooklyn — a chicken-Cornish, and several types of desserts. In Minnesota — a mountain of fried chicken wings. And so…

January 8, 2019
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