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Senior citizen medical marijuana patient to lobby U.S. Congress

Ahead of his May 12th trial, federal medical marijuana defendant Larry Harvey, 70, goes to Washington, D.C. to lobby the United States Congress in order to stop funding federal prosecutions like his.

Federal Court Ruling: Not illegal to flip off the 'Po-Po'

The United States Court of Appeals, in a 14-page opinion, has given the ruling that it is not illegal for you to shoot members of law enforcement the "bird."

Judge: Loughner may eventually be competent to stand trial

Tucson - A federal judge presiding over the case of Arizona shooting suspect Jared Lee Loughner has ruled he may be be competent to stand trial in a few months if he stays on medication, based on his behaviour in court and his improved demeanor while in custody.

Lawsuit against National Day of Prayer dismissed

Chicago - A US Court of Appeals has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the Freedom From Religion Foundation that challenged the annual Presidential proclamation of a National Day of Prayer saying "a feeling of alienation cannot suffice as injury."

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