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Some Prosecutors Are Erasing Old Weed Convictions. Why Isn't Yours?
“Laws and public opinion are evolving, but past convictions for marijuana-related offenses can still haunt someone.”
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Conservative Group Moves To Block Michigan Gerrymandering Reform
A new lawsuit is trying to block voters from creating an independent redistricting commission.
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Since Sandy Hook, More NRA-Backed Gun Legislation Has Passed Than Laws To Restrict Guns
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Hundreds of new state gun laws have passed in the five years since the Newtown massacre, and most expand access. By Matt
A Coffee House Paper on War and Peace
Jon Van Til
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This is a Budapest coffee shop paper. You know how it goes: three friends sipping the world's best coffee and musing on the state of the world. Overhead the buzz of planes connecting the busier capitals of the planet.
Colorado Scoreboard: Gun Lobby 1 - Democracy 0
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Maine's Question 1: An Overdue Look
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