Supporters say it would help reverse adverse effects of the decades-long “war on drugs” by removing marijuana, or cannabis, from the list of federally controlled substances while allowing states to set their own rules on pot.
On Wednesday, Governor Ricketts released new DHM’s to reflect the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s new quarantine guidelines, and the Central District Department has some reservations on the change.
A civil liberties group is dropping its lawsuit accusing the Nebraska prison system of fostering inhumane conditions, but it says it will continue to fight against overcrowding and perpetual understaffing of the state’s lockups.
When the Tri-Cities started to discuss their new mask policy, many were concerned about how it would impact places of worship. Now after a few days into the new ordinance, churches in Grand Island say not much has changed.
The joint filing by attorneys for the Justice Department and families offers the latest snapshot of efforts to reunite families under a “zero tolerance” policy on illegal border crossings that resulted in thousands of separations when parents were criminally prosecuted.