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Thursday June 29th, 2023 night edition

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Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has emphasised the need to legalise medical cannabis in Ukraine.

Source: the president during an address to the Verkhovna Rada (Ukraine’s parliament).

Details: The head of state said Ukraine should create the strongest mental and physical rehabilitation sector in Europe, and this will involve both building rehabilitation centres and training the relevant personnel.

All the world's best practices and solutions, no matter how difficult or unusual they may be, should be applied in Ukraine so that no Ukrainian citizen has to endure the pain, stress and trauma of war, Zelenskyy emphasised.

Quote: "In particular, we must finally honestly legalise cannabis-based medicine for everyone who needs it, [with] the relevant scientific research and controlled Ukrainian manufacturing.".

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Exclusive: Trump Made Shocking Comments About Ivanka, Says Ex-Staffer

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He recalls witnessing such behavior first-hand in meetings with Trump and Kirstjen Nielsen, who was secretary of homeland security from 2017 to 2019.

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From left, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Kirstjen Nielsen, Donald Trump, and Ivanka Trump. »

No tipping at Casa Bonita jobs, which charges for all-inclusive meals

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According to contracts reviewed by The Denver Post, Casa Bonita originally was planning to pay bartenders $14.27 an hour plus tips.

This shift also benefits our guests, who can enjoy Casa Bonita without incurring unexpected costs,” management said.

It has not yet been announced when or if Casa Bonita will begin welcoming walk-ups. »

Oregon Finally Legalizes Pumping Your Own Gas After 72 Years

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House Bill 2426 as proposed would require gas stations to staff half of the available pumps, but allows the other half to be self-service.

The provision in the bill to staff half of pumps reflects this statistic, effectively reopening gas stations that are understaffed.

From then, there have been staunch holdouts of full-service gas stations, the most famous of which is New Jersey. »

Biden mocks Tuberville for touting broadband funding he voted against

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President Biden gently mocked Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) for touting $1.4 billion in federal funding his home state is set to receive for expanded broadband internet access despite voting against it in 2021.

“Great to see Alabama receive crucial funding to boost ongoing broadband efforts,” Tuberville wrote in his social media post sharing an article about the $1.4 billion going to Alabama for expanded broadband access.

Biden this week announced the allocation of more than $42 billion in funding to expand high-speed internet access around the country. »