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Large guns investigation discovers drones dropping drugs into prisons: police

WINNIPEG — Police in Winnipeg say a multi-jurisdictional investigation has found drones have been used to drop large quantities of drugs into federal prisons. Insp.
Cannabis companies facing 'crossroads' selling off stores, farms and warehouses

Cannabis companies facing 'crossroads' selling off stores, farms and warehouses

TORONTO — Cannabis companies are listing cultivation facilities, pot shops and warehouses for sale as the industry tries to streamline production and better align its capabilities with demand.
Newly divided Virginia General Assembly kicks off session

Newly divided Virginia General Assembly kicks off session

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A newly empowered Republican majority assumed control of the Virginia House of Delegates on Wednesday as the General Assembly opened its 2022 session under divided party control.

Medical marijuana proposal moves to Mississippi Senate

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A bill to create a medical marijuana program is headed for debate in the Mississippi Senate in coming days. Senate Bill 2095 passed the Senate Public Health Committee on Wednesday.
Climate change, legal cannabis, budget on legislative agenda

Climate change, legal cannabis, budget on legislative agenda

ANNAPOLIS, Md.
A look at the latest COVID-19 developments in Canada

A look at the latest COVID-19 developments in Canada

A look at the latest COVID-19 news in Canada: — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that while he supports measures to encourage vaccination, he needs more details before taking a stance on Quebec's controversial plan to tax people who refuse a COVID-

Prosecutor: No charges in death of Black Missouri man

A Missouri prosecutor said Wednesday that he will not charge a white man for killing a Black neighbor, agreeing with the finding of a coroner's inquest that the shooting was justifiable self-defense. Crawford County Prosecuting Attorney David S.

Editorial Roundup: Mississippi

Greenwood Commonwealth. January 12, 2022.
As cases rise in New Brunswick, opposition calls for stronger action from government

As cases rise in New Brunswick, opposition calls for stronger action from government

FREDERICTON — Two New Brunswick opposition leaders on Wednesday called on the government to take stronger action to curb the high numbers of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations that are projected for the coming weeks.
Tennessee close to banning residency requirements for police

Tennessee close to banning residency requirements for police

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — For years, leaders in Tennessee's largest majority-Black city have debated the merits of requiring police officers to live in the county they patrol.