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New Rhode Island Marijuana Law In Effect

Possession of up to one ounce of marijuana is no longer a criminal offense in Rhode Island. 

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Maine Man Can Whistle but Must Keep Moving

Have you heard about the Portland, Maine whistler, charged with disorderly conduct for whistling a happy tune in front of businesses?

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State Supreme Court Rejects Gun Safety Challenge

The state's highest court has rejected challenges to a state law requiring that gun owners keep their weapons in a locked container or equipped with a safety device.

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Gun Owners To Purchase Liability Insurance

Some lawmakers are hoping the insurance market might offer the best incentives to lessen firearms-related violence.

A bill filed Friday in Massachusetts would require gun owners to purchase liability insurance in the event their gun is used to injure

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President Obama Signs Executive Orders on Gun-Control

A day after New York State passed the stiffest gun-control regulations in the country, President Obama has signed an executive order to curb gun violence.

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Bottled Water Ban Approved

Selling bottled water will be against the law in one Massachusetts town come the new year.  The State Attorney General's office has approved a bylaw passed by residents in Concord.  Starting January 1st, single-serving plastic water bottles cannot be sold

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Lawmakers Seek $100 Million Fishermen Relief Package

New England lawmakers are considering asking Congress for $100 million in disaster relief funds for the fishing industry, including money to help fishermen exit the industry and subsidies for those who stay in.

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Alabama Man Battles Town Over Right to Keep Wife’s Remains Buried in Front Yard of Home

An elderly Alabama widower is doing battle with local officials over his right to keep his late wife’s remains buried in the front yard of his home.

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