Leaders of a Native American church have sued the U.S. Postal Service in federal court after the government seized marijuana that church leaders say was intended for religious use by a member in Ohio.
What began as a one-off letter from the U.S. Postal Service to a small, Washington state newspaper has turned into a standoff between USPS headquarters and members of Congress.
Last week the United States Postal Service issued a memo out of its Portland offices with a warning to newspapers stating that continuing to print paid advertisements for marijuana dispensaries could put them in violation of the United States federal government, even if the newspaper is printed in a state where cannabis is legal.
Could ending the months-long B.C. teachers' strike be as simple as Christy Clark, Peter Fassbender, and Jim Iker hot boxing it in the premier's minivan?