Politico: Health costs of gun violence exceed $1 billion a year, GAO says.
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Marijuana Moment: Biden remains opposed to marijuana legalization.
Reuters: Seventh Circuit backs government in pole camera surveillance case, but with hesitation.
While holding the surveillance did not amount to a search here, "we are not without unease about the implications of that surveillance for future cases," the court said, a concern that presents an "obvious line-drawing problem."
"Beyond the line-drawing issues, we conclude by sounding a note of caution regarding the current trajectory of Fourth Amendment jurisprudence," the court said. "As technological capabilities advance, our confidence that the Fourth Amendment (as currently understood by the courts) will adequately protect individual privacy from government intrusion diminishes."
The Washington Post: Ex-cop gets four years for beating black undercover colleague during protests.
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