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Los Angeles faces lawsuit over marijuana delivery licenses

- Associated Press

Two marijuana trade organizations filed a lawsuit Monday against the nation’s largest legal pot market over restrictions on stand-alone delivery services that have blocked them from obtaining licenses until 2025.

Group offers churches $6-a-ballot to help people vote early

Associated Press

A group’s offer to pay churches $6 for every person they help to vote early this year does not violate any law although it might not be the “best practice” for getting out votes, Alabama's elections chief said Monday.

UConn pays $250,000 to resolve pay discrimination case

Associated Press

The University of Connecticut has agreed to pay a total of just under $250,000 to seven female employees after the U.S. Labor Department found the school had been paying higher salaries to their male counterparts.

Pittsburgh group releases police reform recommendations

Associated Press

A taskforce charged with examining Pittsburgh's policing policies in the wake of protests over police brutality that erupted in the city and across the country this summer has issued a report recommending dozens of reforms including practicing de-escalation, placing limits on use of force and providing better counseling networks for officers.

Murphy vetoes expanded stadium raffle bill, eyes changes

- Associated Press

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy conditionally vetoed a bill Monday that would have expanded charitable groups' ability to sell raffle tickets online based around sporting events, determining that the measure was too close to internet gambling.

Audit faults Iowa's move to spend virus aid on $21M software

- Associated Press

Iowa's auditor warned Monday that the governor's decision to spend $21 million in federal pandemic relief funds on a new executive branch software system would not be allowed and should be abandoned.