There is no such thing as "legal" pot. States do not have the legal authority to declare federal contraband to be legal. Despite the fact that this administration has no desire to enforce any laws, the fact remains that pot is still illegal in all states, territories, and possessions of the United States.
I have a 125% failure rate for Seagate drives (i.e. 100% of the 12 I bought for my home server and 25% of the warranty replacements have failed). Model number ST3000DM001
The case involves a practice called product hopping where brand name manufacturers make a slight alteration to their prescription drug (PDF) and engage in marketing efforts to shift consumers from the old version to the new to insulate the drug company from generic competition for several years. For its part Actavis argued that an injunction would be "unprecedented and extraordinary" and would cause the company "great financial harm, including unnecessary manufacturing and marketing costs." Namenda has been a big seller. In the last fiscal year, the drug generated $1.5 billion in sales. The drug costs about $300 a month.
... would he have done ANY of it had the FBI not goaded him into it in their attempt to create a terrorist from whole cloth?
Sadly that is often true. I can't remember the exact number but in the midterms, 65% of voters in my state voted party line. That is despicable.
Yeah let's shut all of those big evil pharma companies down. That'll show them! Nevermind those few pesky billions of people who will die without them.
Yes, because the Slashdot community is clearly representative of the entire cross section of America.
The report continues, "As this report finds, ICT performance is better in countries with higher shares of the population living in urban areas, where access to ICT infrastructure, usage and skills is more favorable. Yet it is precisely in poor and rural areas where ICTs can make a particularly significant impact." Projects like Google's Project Loon have their work cut out for them."
What they did was swap the "Free" button for a "Get" button.
Why is it that, in 2014, people STILL get this shit backwards?
When you swap one thing FOR some other thing, the other thing is what you have in the end, not the one thing.
I remember back after 9/11 when everyone and his uncle got their 5 year old to memorize the FCC question pool answers and get their ham radio license...
The real message is: "We're not going to roll out anything new or better unless we can charge premiums for access to it."