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House to debate revamp of recreational pot law

House to debate revamp of recreational pot law

The voter-approved law included specific language stating that a prior conviction for a marijuana-related offense can not, by itself, exclude an individual from being licensed to operate a cannabis business or to be employed by one. Hours before the House debated, several dozen pro-marijuana activists gathered outside the Statehouse to urge defeat of the bill. "The message it sends is, 'The will of the people be damned, '" said Will Luzier, who headed the November ballot question campaign.


Watch Trump hold campaign-style rally in Iowa

Watch Trump hold campaign-style rally in Iowa

Republicans have been working on a plan to repeal and replace former President Barack Obama's signature health care law. Mr. Trump has privately discussed putting solar panels on the barrier, but the rally was the first time he. "If we had even a little Democrat support - just a little, like a couple of votes - you'd have everything", the president continued. "BIG LEAGUE", he said in an apparent reference to his slogan, "Make America Great Again".



Trump invites Republican senators to lunch with Obamacare repeal on menu

According to the AP's sources, "the president did not say what aspects of the bill he was characterizing" when he called the legislation " mean ". A Hatch spokesman said the senator appreciated the president having him and the group of senators at the White House but wouldn't talk about details from the lunch meeting.



In Iowa, Trump ready to rally base, celebrate GOP resilience

Trump got the crowd on its feet with tough talk on immigration, saying other countries don't treat the USA fairly on cross-border issues. But Starling did not offer any specifics as to how Trump planned to improve broadband in the country's agricultural heartland.



Senate Passes New Iran Sanctions Bill 98-2

WASHINGTON-The Senate on Wednesday overwhelmingly backed a package of additional sanctions on Russian Federation, in part to punish Moscow for alleged interference in the 2016 elections. "Democrats and Republicans are joining together to warn the president he can not lift sanctions without our approval", said Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY).