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Five years after the state voted to allow recreational use of the drug, more states have legalized marijuana. What does Colorado’s experience teach us?Seehofer told reporters this grand coalition would be different than the last one, and said the deal highlights that — for example, by including a basic pension guarantee. “We learned during the election campaign – unfortunately too late – that having this basic guarantee was suddenly a top issue for people again,” he said.
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Then we traveled uptown to Riverside Church in Morningside Heights, where in 1967 the preacher gave his most politically charged speech, “Beyond Vietnam,” in which he strongly condemned the war.
Everything now hangs on two tests within the SPD. The first, on January 21, is an extraordinary party conference in Bonn to consider the joint programme. The second, if Mr Schulz wins in Bonn, is a referendum among the SPD’s 450,000 members. Much will depend on whether the document agreed this week is felt by rank-and-file SPD members to contain enough of its own demands to overcome the widespread feeling last year that the party would be better off in opposition than to be the junior party in a Merkel-led coalition for the third time. The absence from the programme of a big signature SPD pledge, at a time when industrial militancy over wages is growing in Germany, will test Mr Schulz’s authority.
At least that’s the plan of Chancellor Angela Merkel and her political allies, who Friday crafted a deal aimed at ending Germany’s 3 1/2-month political crisis.
“I remember when I first moved here, people would say, ‘You should work for the Chamber of Commerce,’” Riskin said in a video produced by her company, Riskin Partners. “And I’m like, ‘I love it here so much. I’m just telling you what it’s like living here.’”
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“Let us be dissatisfied until every man can have food and material necessities for his body, culture and education for his mind, freedom and human dignity for his sprit.”
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Having strong alliances with African nations is also crucial to Trump’s national-security challenges. Africa’s security means American security, too. With the collapse of the Islamic State’s caliphate in Syria and Iraq, several hotbeds of jihadi extremism are in Libya, Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, and Somalia. With the support of African nations, the United States has deployed Special Forces and bombed extremists to deal with dangerous cells. And, by the way, roughly one out of every three women and one out of every five men in the U.S. military are African-American.The decision to move the embassy came down to practical concerns, the most important of which was safety. After the al-Qaeda bombings of U.S. embassies in Tanzania and Kenya in 1998, the State Department imposed new safety standards that required embassies to be set back 100 feet from any adjacent roads due to the risk of car bombs and other attacks. For embassies that were in densely populated neighborhoods like Mayfair, that posed a major problem and often necessitated a move.”People say, ‘Was your wedding the most special day?’ And I say, ‘well, actually it wasn’t. It was the coronation,'” Glenconner said.-1?”ttf”:”woff”;localStorage.setItem(formatStorageKey,format)}return format}();var fonts=document.querySelectorAll(“.webfont”);var hinting=fontHinting===”Off”?””:”hinted-“+fontHinting+”-“;var urlAttribute=”data-cache-file-“+hinting+fontFormat;for(var i=0,j=fonts.length;i Angela Merkel speaking after coalition talks in Berlin. Photograph: Xinhua / Barcroft Images Germany Opinion The Guardian view on Germany’s coalition deal: Merkel in the balance Editorial The coalition agreement in Berlin is step towards giving Germany a new government. But Angela Merkel’s future rests in the hands of her prospective partner party Fri 12 Jan 2018 18.35 GMT Last modified on Fri 12 Jan 2018 18.37 GMT
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Trump has sparked alarm among diplomats by repeatedly entering into Twitter spats with key public figures, including the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, to whom he recently boasted about the size of the US nuclear arsenal.
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“We want to protect the [deal] against every possible undermining decision whatever that may come,” German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said alongside his French and British counterparts and European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini after meeting Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. “It would send a very dangerous signal to the rest of the world if the only agreement that prevents the proliferation of nuclear weapons was negatively affected.”
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The White House’s announcement Friday keeps alive for now an agreement that Trump has called the “worst deal ever negotiated” while trying project a continued hard-line stance against Tehran.
Saving our sons and daughters requires a multi-pronged approach, from a stronger criminal justice system to revival of our social and cultural values. As a Pakistani, I am guilty that I could not save Zainab, but can I save others?
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Watch CBS News anytime, anywhere with the new 24/7 digital news network. Stream CBSN live or on demand for FREE on your TV, computer, tablet, or smartphone.They had to find common ground – and they did. After four days of good vibes among the mediators, an unprecedented 23-hour marathon of negotiations followed. The Christian Democratic Union (CDU), Christian Social Union (CSU) and Social Democratic Party (SPD) will enter coalition talks if the SPD party congress on January 21 gives the go-ahead.
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“Anyone who campaigns for political power must not be allowed to shirk their responsibilities,” warned the German president after the collapse of coalition talks with the Free Democratic Party (FDP) and Green party. The same held true this week. And for Merkel, Schulz and CSU leader Horst Seehofer, it meant they had to reach an agreement.Username: Must be 6-20 characters, letters and/or numbers only, no spaces.By Laura Smith-Spark and Adeel Raja, CNN
It is not merely an issue of the government or the state, but as a society we all have a role to play.
said. “We are tired of having to pay a median rent of $97 a month in Lawndale for four rooms while whites in South Deering pay $73 a month for five rooms… We are tired of being lynched physically in Mississippi, and we are tired of being lynched spiritually and economically in the North.”