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Man admits racist abuse of Black England soccer players

LONDON (AP) — A man from northwestern England was spared jail time Wednesday after he pleaded guilty to posting racist abuse on social media after three Black players on the England soccer team missed penalty shots during the final of the European Ch

Canada's marijuana legalization provides lessons to the world on selling cannabis

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New Mexico plots greater spending, from tuition to Medicaid

New Mexico plots greater spending, from tuition to Medicaid

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Study finds cannabis use associated with higher risk of heart attack in young adults

Study finds cannabis use associated with higher risk of heart attack in young adults

A study led by Toronto researchers suggests recent cannabis use is associated with a higher risk of heart attack in younger adults, with a stronger association among frequent users.
Plea and a trial loom in next month for Giuliani associates

Plea and a trial loom in next month for Giuliani associates

NEW YORK (AP) — The October illegal campaign contribution trial of an associate of Rudy Giuliani — and a guilty plea set to occur this week by a second associate — puts a spotlight on Giuliani as a criminal probe of the former mayor and his dealings
Cannabis industry wants changes to regulations limiting pot beverage sales

Cannabis industry wants changes to regulations limiting pot beverage sales

TORONTO — When cannabis beverages first hit the market in early 2020, industry players saw the products as a way to bolster flagging revenues and attract new consumers who otherwise might not purchase pot products.

Rutland likely to vote on retail marijuana sales

RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) — Voters in Rutland will likely decide at Town Meeting in March whether to allow retail marijuana sales in their community when such sales become legal in Vermont next year.
Companies loosen job requirements but challenges remain

Companies loosen job requirements but challenges remain

NEW YORK (AP) — Landing a waitressing job or bartending gig at a Lost Dog Cafe in Northern Virginia had never been easy. “Help Wanted” signs were a rarity, and half the chain's staff stuck around for at least 10 years.

Cops: 14 arrested at large illegal marijuana grow operations

LEBANON, Ore. (AP) — Fourteen people were arrested and 1,400 pounds of pot were seized east of Corvallis in Lebanon in connection to two large illegal marijuana grow operations, authorities said.

In Afghanistan, opium is as big a winner as Islamic extremism

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