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'Creepy' British Army colonel, 62, who sexually assaulted seven young male recruits during naked examinations while ... - Daily Mail



Daily Mail
 
'Creepy' British Army colonel, 62, who sexually assaulted seven young male recruits during naked examinations while ... 
Daily Mail
Opening the trial at Guildford Crown Court, prosecutor Alexander Williams told how Colonel Ineson, who was a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and worked for the General Medical Council, sexually abused young members of the Household Cavalry ...

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Medical student 'headbutted man after he said he was a rapey guy' - Nottingham Post



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Medical student 'headbutted man after he said he was a rapey guy' 
Nottingham Post
You are being just a rapey guy." The headbutt fractured the man's cheekbone and an eye socket, said Miss Leonard, who told the court: "He was left feeling very angry because all he was trying to do was to make sure this girl got home safely." She said ...

 


Madigan joins attorneys general pushing to allow more banks to lend to cannabis companies - Chicago Tribune



Chicago Tribune
 
Madigan joins attorneys general pushing to allow more banks to lend to cannabis companies 
Chicago Tribune
Banks that have ventured into the cannabis industry took guidance from an Obama-era policy that discouraged prosecution of those operating under state marijuana laws. But U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded that policy earlier this month. Now ...
What Sessions memo means for banking in the medical marijuana industry Philadelphia Business Journal
AG Frosh joins call for allowing banks to support medical marijuana Baltimore Sun
19 Attorneys General Call On Congress To Legalize Banking For Weed Industry HuffPost
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Jeff Sessions's War on Pot Goes to Court, Attorney General Will Fight 12-Year-Old With Epilepsy - Newsweek



Newsweek
 
Jeff Sessions's War on Pot Goes to Court, Attorney General Will Fight 12-Year-Old With Epilepsy 
Newsweek
Three years ago, Alexis began taking medical marijuana, and her seizures disappeared. But that treatment option is threatened by an aggressive federal crackdown on medicinal cannabis led by Sessions, who is also the acting director of the Drug ...

 


Illinois attorney general says girl can use medical marijuana at school - WDSU New Orleans



WDSU New Orleans
 
Illinois attorney general says girl can use medical marijuana at school 
WDSU New Orleans
The parents of a suburban Chicago elementary school student suffering from leukemia fought a school district and the state of Illinois for her to have the right to take medical marijuana at school.
Illinois attorney general says girl can use medical marijuana at school WXII The Triad

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Police: Man arguing with medical staff arrested on gun charge - Houma Courier



Police: Man arguing with medical staff arrested on gun charge 
Houma Courier
A 47-year-old Houma man arguing with medical staff over a doctor's appointment was arrested Tuesday after flashing a handgun, Houma police said. According to Sgt. Travis Theriot, Joseph Charles Grimm Jr., of West Park Avenue, demanded to see a doctor ...

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Families who adopt receive specialized medical care from Montefiore - Amsterdam News



Families who adopt receive specialized medical care from Montefiore 
Amsterdam News
Dr. Schulte provides families with general information about adoption and can also review a prospective child's medical records. In addition, newly adopted children receive a comprehensive medical exam to screen for a variety of health issues and ...

 


Medical marijuana compromise hits snags over timing, moratorium ... - Baltimore Sun



Baltimore Sun
 
Medical marijuana compromise hits snags over timing, moratorium ... 
Baltimore Sun
Maryland lawmakers ran into controversy immediately Monday as they opened debate on how to reshape the state's medical marijuana industry to include cannabis firms led by African-Americans. While General Assembly and marijuana industry leaders widely ...

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Will attorney general's decision affect Erie medical marijuana dispensary? - GoErie.com



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Will attorney general's decision affect Erie medical marijuana dispensary? 
GoErie.com
Jeff Kadens, the owner of GTI, said he plans to educate the public, including U.S. attorneys, about the need for medical marijuana. The owner of Erie's planned medical marijuana dispensary is concerned by the U.S. Attorney General's announcement that ...
What Attorney General Jeff Sessions doesn't understand about ... Manteca Bulletin
What Jeff Sessions Doesn't Understand About Medical Marijuana The Fresh Toast

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Ban on using federal money for medical pot prosecutions expires Friday - MyDaytonDailyNews



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Ban on using federal money for medical pot prosecutions expires Friday 
MyDaytonDailyNews
Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, said the Justice Department should not waste resources going after medical pot growers and users. ?The Justice Department should focus on supporting Ohio law enforcement efforts to combat the opioid and heroin epidemic, not ...

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