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Americans support legal marijuana – but states don’t agree on how to regulate it

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By Santiago Guerra, Assistant Professor of Southwest Studies, Colorado College. Marijuana varieties on display in a California dispensary. AP Photo/Mathew Sumner On 4/20, many across the U.S. gather to celebrate their love and appreciation for marijuana.

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Trump spotted wearing a coronavirus mask during post-golf visit to hospital: reports

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President Donald Trump has resisted advice to wear a mask during the COVID-19 pandemic, but was spotted wearing a mask during a visit to Walter Reed Hospital on Saturday.

Trump made the trip after spending Saturday at Trump National Golf Club.

"Visiting military hospital, Trump wears a mask in public for first time during pandemic," the Associated Press reports.

Trump has reportedly feared his base turning on him over the question of mask wearing.

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‘Stalling’ economic recovery could mean a ‘self-perpetuating recession’ as job losses mount: report

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America's ongoing COVID-19 crisis could be harming the economic recovery of coronavirus shutdowns, according to a new report in The Washington Post.

"If there were still hopes of a 'V-shaped' comeback from the novel coronavirus shutdown, this past week should have put an end to them. The pandemic shock, which economists once assumed would be only a temporary business interruption, appears instead to be settling into a traditional, self-perpetuating recession," David J. Lynch of the newspaper reported Saturday, citing job loses by United Airlines, Brooks Brothers filing for bankruptcy and the closure of hundreds of stores by Bed Bath and Beyond.

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Biden rips Trump as a threat to democracy: ‘The most corrupt president in modern American history’

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Former Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday blasted President Donald Trump for corruption as the 2020 presidential race goes on despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

"The United States has over 3 million cases of COVID-19, and over 130,000 people have died — yet Donald Trump continues to say it will just 'fade away.' It’s unbelievable," Biden tweeted Saturday.

Biden also shared his thoughts on the president spending his day at Trump National Golf Club.

This was almost two months ago.

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