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S&P/TSX composite suffers worst day since November as investors weigh higher rates

S&P/TSX composite suffers worst day since November as investors weigh higher rates

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index suffered its worst day in more than five months as investors appeared to put aside dovish Federal Reserve comments a day earlier to instead focus on the magnitude of interest rates to come.
Beshear predicts leeway for some action on medical cannabis

Beshear predicts leeway for some action on medical cannabis

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Gov. Andy Beshear sounded increasingly confident Thursday that he will have the leeway to take "at least some executive action” to make medical marijuana legally accessible in Kentucky.

NTSB: Teenage driver in deadly crash had cannabis in system

TISHOMINGO, Okla.

Ruling threatens US power as world's high-seas drug police

MIAMI (AP) — Jeffri Dávila-Reyes says he’s still mystified how he ended up serving hard time in a U.S. federal prison.

Connecticut lawmakers, in night of normalcy, wrap up session

HARTFORD, Conn.
Procedural ruling kills medical marijuana bill in SC House

Procedural ruling kills medical marijuana bill in SC House

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A seven-year fight to pass a medical marijuana bill may have abruptly ended Wednesday in South Carolina when a House leader ruled the proposal contains an unconstitutional tax increase and cannot be considered further.

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ELECTION 2022-MICHIGAN-RAPE COMMENTS Dem flips Michigan seat after GOP candidate's rape comments LANSING, Mich.

Editorial Roundup: South Dakota

Black Hills Pioneer. April 30, 2022.
Griner's absence, Hammon's return headline WNBA's new season

Griner's absence, Hammon's return headline WNBA's new season

NEW YORK (AP) — The WNBA will begin its 26th season this weekend with several intriguing storylines, including the potential retirement of Sue Bird and Sylvia Fowles, the return of Becky Hammon as a coach and the absence of Brittney Griner.

Canada needs better CBD policies to protect consumers from unlicensed products

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