Virginia House Bill Would Legalize Medical Marijuana, Effectively Nullify Federal Prohibition

A Virginia bill filed this week would significantly expand the state’s inoperative medical marijuana laws by allowing the plant to be recommended for a wide range of conditions  and authorizing pharmacists and doctors to dispense it to patients. Passage into law would effectively nullify the unconstitutional federal prohibition on the same.

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Indiana bill can help bring down common core

Indiana Bill Could Bring Down Common Core in the State

In 2014, Indiana legislators moved forward with a bill that was intended to withdraw the state from Common Core. However, the final version passed included a requirement for the new state standards to be in compliance with Federal standards under the No Child Left Behind Act. A new bill would amend the law, removing this provision.

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