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What places that legalized pot need to know

...Washington and Colorado flouted federal drug law, which considers pot illegal for any purpose. But last summer, the U.S. Justice Department said it wouldn't interfere with state marijuana laws as long as the states tightly regulate the drug and make...
What others say: U.S. benefits for Nazis an outrage

...United States.The payments, underwritten by U.S. taxpayers, flowed through a legal loophole that gave the U.S. Justice Department leverage to persuade Nazi suspects to leave the U.S.If they agreed to go or simply flee before deportation...

...challenged her placement on the list, but the ruling did not address the broader constitutional implications.U.S. Justice Department spokeswoman Dena Iverson said government attorneys were reviewing the decision and would have no comment Tuesday...
Tribal leaders welcome Holder's voting access plan

...before changing the way they hold elections. Now, changes do not have to be submitted, and it is up to the U.S. Justice Department or others who sue to prove changes are discriminatory.West also pointed to a Justice Department court filing...
News of the people said Wednesday. Both spoke on condition of anonymity because the talks are private.The U.S. Justice Department and six states sued in August to block the merger, which would create the world's biggest airline. They say...

...away from whether marijuana should be allowed or prohibited and toward how we will treat it," Tvert said.The U.S. Justice Department has not said how it will respond to the laws in Washington and Colorado. A bipartisan group of congressmen...
High court orders redistricting plan be redrawn

...requirements. Alaska is among the states required to submit redistricting plans or proposed election changes to the U.S. Justice Department for review to ensure the plans aren't discriminatory.
Court orders redistricting plan be redrawn

...Alaska Native community's ability to elect candidates of their choosing. The plan won preclearance from the U.S. Justice Department last fall. The board has acknowledged that its greatest challenge was ensuring that the voice of Alaska Natives...
Religion news in brief

Presbyterian (U.S.A.) high court to hear case of gay elder United Methodists begin first TV advertising campaign Kansas museum focuses on Orthodox Christian immigrants Foes of renovations squeeze Catholic parish's finances Jewish lawmakers say Texas redistricting plan discriminates
Agreement would let Alaska Native Wireless keep frequencies

...settlement between the government and NextWave, the original owner of the frequencies. Late last month the U.S. Justice Department approved an agreement with NextWave Telecom Inc. That step that could end a dispute over whether the bankrupt...


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