New York has been among the most timid states when it comes to creating a legal way for sick people to get pot for therapeutic purposes. Investors doubtful about the state’s prospects might become more so now that the feds are cultivating a crackdown.
The legendary newsman was the dean of the city’s political press corps for decades.
My mom and dad are among many thousands of couples who’ve wed in the 50 years since the Supreme Court’s ruling in Loving v. Virginia. But they’re different from most: They married as strangers in a mass ceremony officiated by the Reverend Sun Myung Moon.
Not that foreclosure is the only thing city homeowners, or policymakers, have to worry about.