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On eve of election, May putting focus back on Brexit

But as all political leaders say, it is the poll on 8 June that counts and people will be able to start casting their votes from 7am until 10pm. Predictions usually start appearing shortly after the polls close , although we know from recent elections that exit polls can be way off the mark.


Legislature still debating medical marijuana legislation

Legislature still debating medical marijuana legislation

Bradley said the bill would increase the number of medical marijuana treatment centers (MMTCs), a position consistent with the Senate's previous bill. If legislators don't agree on a plan, it would be up to the Department of Health to set the rules. Doctors who certify patients to receive medical marijuana without "reasonable belief" that they suffer from a medical condition eligible for treatment would be guilty of first-degree misdemeanor.



James Comey Statement Describes Unsettling and Awkward Meetings With Trump

Comey, a skilled raconteur who generally tilts in favor of openness, is well-accustomed to the spotlight and in particular to sensational congressional hearings, including one 10 years ago in which he revealed a dramatic hospital room clash with Bush administration officials.


Trump promises

Trump promises "first-class" infrastructure system for US

To the surprise of defeated Democrats , the infrastructure plan re-emerged as a tangle of public-private partnerships, where - according to the few available details - local governments would trade the traditional federal match for infrastructure projects with 80/20 or 90/10 private/public funding.



Mark Zuckerberg Argues for 'Universal Income' In Speech to Harvard Grads

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg went back to Harvard University on Thursday from where he famously dropped out in 2004 to develop Facebook full time . Zuckerberg said opportunity is hindered by "a level of wealth inequality that hurts everyone" and that this is one of the social problems that need to be addressed.