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California Case Could Be A Pivotal Moment In Ending The War On Marijuana
Over half of Americans think marijuana should be legalized, and one California case challenging the constitutionality of the DEA’s scheduling of the drug could prove instrumental in ultimately putting an end to the government’s war on marijuana.
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    Worldwide, Tobacco Regulators Monitoring Philip Morris Lawsuit Against Uruguay
    The tobacco giant’s lawsuit against Uruguay is a key example of the growing trend of multinational companies using trade agreements and mechanisms to circumvent national legislation -- even legislation meant to protect public health.
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      US Troops Will Deploy To Iraq Without Congressional Approval: Pentagon
      Rear Admiral John Kirby, the Pentagon press secretary, said leading elements of the US force would begin moving to Iraq in the coming weeks, even if Congress has not yet acted on a $5.6 billion supplemental request to fund the expanded fight against the militants who overran northwestern Iraq earlier
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        Bakken Region Tribes Fight Back Against Human Trafficking
        The Bakken oil boom is bringing man camps of strangers into the region’s small, isolated tribal communities, which are seeing rises in drug addiction, sexual assault and prostitution. These communities are uniting to protect their communities and help victims through healing.
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          HP Becomes First Tech Company To Eliminate Foreign Labor Recruiters
          The electronics maker’s new policies are aimed at protecting laborers along its supply chains from abuses like passport retention and excessive recruiter fees. Labor advocates are applauding the move, which they hope will send ripples throughout the industry.
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            Growing Movement Aims To End RE/MAX’s Role In Occupying The West Bank
            By marketing and renting residential property in the occupied West Bank, the U.N.’s Special Rapporteur on human rights in the Palestinian territories says global real estate firm RE/MAX could be guilty of violating international law. The anti-war group CODEPINK agrees.
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