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Ohio announces first set of medical marijuana growers

Ohio announces first set of medical marijuana growers

Columbus — Operations in Dayton and Huber Heights were included among the 11 Level II medical marijuana licenses announced Friday by the state of Ohio, but there remains some uncertainty whether either site will be state-approved to grow pot. Two companies submitted applications for multiple locations, but can choose only one under state rules. That means Ohio Clean Leaf LLC has 10 days to decide whether to pick from its proposed sites in Dayton and Carroll in Fairfield County. The Huber Heig…
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South Florida Adds More Black Judges After Push From Bar Groups

Hans Ottinot, chair of the Miami-Dade Judicial Nominating Commission. … But in a recent meeting with members of the Haitian business and legal …
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Indiana cop wins sexual harassment suit against ex employer

The South Bend Police Department illegally retaliated against a female officer who accused a male supervisor of sexual harassment for suggesting she could wear a miniskirt and high heels to a meeting, a federal jury found. The jury on Thursday awarded former South Bend officer Joy Phillips $35,000 in damages for distress, pain and suffering. Philipps accused the department of targeting her with a series of internal investigations and disciplinary actions after she filed a sexual harassment comp…
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Miami voters hit the polls Tuesday in consequential city election

Voters in the city of Miami are just days away from choosing a new mayor, two new commissioners and whether to spend $400 million on affordable housing and sea-rise projects in a consequential election that will decide the fate not only of the Magic City but also its political dynasties. More than 13,000 have already voted early or by mail. But no one will know for sure before Tuesday night whether the city will once again have a Suarez as mayor and a Regalado or Carollo as commissioner — a s…
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China makes disrespecting national anthem punishable by jail

China’s rubber-stamp legislature on Saturday made disrespecting the national anthem a criminal offense punishable by up to three years in prison amid rising nationalist appeals from the ruling Communist Party under the leadership of President Xi Jinping. The Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress passed an amendment to the country’s criminal law outlining punishments for people found “seriously” disrespecting the national anthem in public. The move follows Xi’s appointment to a se…
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