Judge Sides With MMJ Patient in Rhode Island Work Discrimination Case

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Judge Sides With MMJ Patient in Rhode Island Work Discrimination Case——-On Tuesday afternoon, a Superior Court judge in Rhode Island sided with a medical marijuana user who claimed a company decided not to hire her solely for her choice in medicine. Three years ago, in the summer of 2014, Christine Callaghan applied for an internship […]

Man: border agents threatened to “be dicks,” take my phone if I didn’t unlock it

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Man: border agents threatened to “be dicks,” take my phone if I didn’t unlock it——- Enlarge (credit: Aaron Gach) ALBANY, Calif.—As he sat in a darkened corner of a neighborhood bar, Aaron Gach, an artist and lecturer at a local art college, told Ars about what happened to him in February 2017 episode at San […]

How to turn your armchair activism into online good

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How to turn your armchair activism into online good——-A lot has been going on around the world lately, and you may have felt the need to express your frustrations at things happening that you don’t agree with. Sitting around and complaining about the injustices happening around you is fine (relatively s…——-——-• Source: Go to Source——-• […]

Congress begins rolling back Obama's broadband privacy rules

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Congress begins rolling back Obama's broadband privacy rules——-As expected, Republicans in Congress have begun the process of rolling back the FCC’s broadband privacy rules which prevent excessive surveillance. Arizona Republican Jeff Flake introduced a resolution to scrub the rules, using Congress’ powers to in…——-——-• Source: Go to Source——-• Author’s Name: – Profile——-• This Feed pulled […]

Study: The war on drugs' human toll is stark. Here are ideas to fix it.

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Study: The war on drugs' human toll is stark. Here are ideas to fix it. ——- A new report by two prominent human-rights groups highlights the human toll of America’s arrest-first drug policy and urges decriminalization of drug use. ——- ——- • Source: Go to Source ——- • Author’s Name: Alicia Wallace – Profile ——- […]