American gun manufacturers collected more than $1 billion in revenue from selling military-style assault weapons to civilians, according to Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney, chairwoman of the Committee on Oversight and Reform. Maloney released her findings from the committee’s investigation into five major gun manufacturers’ sales and marketing of AR-15-style assault rifles, the weapons of choiceContinue reading “Gun makers sold $1 billion AR15 rifles to civilians”
U.S. law might not be as severe as the Russian code on which American basketball player Brittney Griner was sentenced to nine years in prison, but her case demonstrates both political hypocrisy and a continued need for federal marijuana reform. Griner was sentenced to nine years in prison after she pled guilty to charges filedContinue reading “Russian rhetoric reveals muddled American messaging on marijuana”
The FBI on Monday searched the Mar-a-Lago estate of former President Trump, a dramatic step that has increased speculation about the former president being in legal jeopardy. The FBI entered Mar-a-Lago after securing a search warrant from a federal magistrate judge after demonstrating probable cause supporting their suspicion of criminal activity. While Trump did notContinue reading “Republican conservatives huddle with Trump in New Jersey after FBI raid”
by Dana DiFilippo, New Jersey Monitor Linden is one of two New Jersey communities — along with Franklin in Sussex County — that are among 23 towns nationally that the federal Environmental Protection Agency has identified as having higher cancer risks due to commercial sterilization factories there that spew a toxic gas called ethylene oxide.Continue reading “EPA warns of increased cancer risk in two N.J. towns from air pollutant”
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