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Shipping proposal outlined on medical cannabis

  ATLANTA — The legislator championing medical marijuana in Georgia said Monday that he hopes to announce an agreement soon with a manufacturer that aims to ship cannabis oil to residents in the state. That process would be facilitated if Georgia passes a ... read more

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Will Obama’s new clout last?

  The following story is from our sister site at www.SouthernPoliticalReport.com Last week, Baker Hughes, an oil services firm, announced it would lay off 7,000 employees, followed by American Express laying off 4,000; eBay 4,000; and John Deere 700. Earlier in ... read more

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Rapper Ponders Run For College Park Mayor

After ‘famously’ debating Nancy Grace over the legalization of marijuana on HLN, rapper Tauheed Epps (better known as ’2 Chainz’) is considering announcing his intent to run for Mayor of College Park.  Epps, 37, has until September 4th of this year to qualify to run for mayor in his hometown. A mayoral campaign by the rapper would pit him against incumbent Mayor Jack Longino, who has held the office since 1996. With a criminal record and a rap career in full bloom, 2 Chainz’ political career is DRIFTING…

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