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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Kevin Regan
Bowe was pulled over for speeding Sunday in the Kansas City suburb of Riverside. Police said an officer smelled "a strong odor of marijuana from inside of the vehicle," and a search using a police dog found Bowe's wallet with two containers that the officer suspected was marijuana.
Dwayne Bowe deftly avoided the locker room full of prying TV cameras, finally emerging onto the Kansas City Chiefs' practice field Wednesday as if nothing was amiss.
Bowe's attorney, Kevin Regan, says the case is closed and there is no admission of guilt for the marijuana charge, which was dismissed.
"He is grateful for the support shown by Chiefs fans and promises this incident will not be a distraction to his commitment to excellence on the football field," Regan said.