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  • Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano bids farewell

    Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano bids farewell
    Janet Napolitano has a message for the next head of the Department of Homeland Security: “You will need a large bottle of Advil.”
  • Jeh Johnson said to be Obama's choice to lead Homeland Security

    Jeh Johnson said to be Obama's choice to lead Homeland Security
    WASHINGTON — Jeh Johnson, a former Pentagon general counsel who established the legal frameworks for lethal drone strikes and for allowing gays to serve openly in the military, will be nominated by President Obama to be the next secretary of...

    Governors petition DEA to reclassify medical marijuana

    Governors petition DEA to reclassify medical marijuana
    A pair of U.S. governors appealed to the Drug Enforcement Administration on Wednesday to reclassify marijuana as a drug with accepted medical uses, saying current federal law makes it difficult for states that have legalized medical marijuana to safely...

    Same-sex marriage: a big win for Maryland families

    Same-sex marriage: a big win for Maryland families
    Today, Gov.Martin O'Malleywill make all Maryland families stronger by signing into law the Civil Marriage Protection Act. All children, no matter who their parents are, must be protected under the same set of laws. This is family values at its finest. It...

    Feds Should Allow Medical Marijuana

    Feds Should Allow Medical Marijuana
    Starting on Oct. 1, medical marijuana will be legal in Connecticut. Although our state's medical marijuana law was carefully designed to minimize the risk of federal invention, the legal reality is that the federal government can still prosecute anyone...