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The Expansion of the Medical Marijuana Program in New York Moving to address complaints about new medical marijuana program New York, the state’s Health Department is making significant changes in access to the drug, including making a home delivery program, very likely to expand by the end of October. The program, which saw its first […]

College campus discrimination against applicants convicted of a felony The Marshall Project   The Obstacle Course (“The country’s largest state university system says it doesn’t discriminate against former prison inmates. Applicants say otherwise.”) As of 2018, students who apply to a two-year or four-year college within the State University System of New York will no longer […]

Each year America turns to the somber reflection of the day everything changed, September 11th, 2001.  As do I.  But there is more to ponder when the day is done.  There are three days in September that we should put in context, as each has its own lessons to teach.  On September 12th, 1977, Steven […]

 

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