Trump and the 2024 election, marijuana policy and morePosted by On

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» Liberal groups are trying to end Donald Trump’s attempt to return to the White House by arguing he’s ineligible to be president after trying to overturn the 2020 election. The groups cite a rarely used provision of the 14th Amendment barring from public office those who swore an oath to uphold the Constitution and then engaged in “insurrection” against it.

» The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has delivered a recommendation to the Drug Enforcement Administration on marijuana policy. HHS recommended that marijuana be moved from a Schedule I to a Schedule III controlled substance.

» President Joe Biden is planning to request more money from Congress to develop another new coronavirus vaccine, as scientists track new waves and hospitalizations rise, though not like before.

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