Two governors want the federal government to "down-schedule" marijuana as a drug with approved medical uses. But the Health and Human Services administration is resisting. Opponents of down-scheduling say there are marijuana-based medications already on the market that are safe and effective.
We're thinking of Dad ahead of Father's Day when the number single father families nationwide has nearly doubled since 1990. Angelo Marinosci of Warren, Rhode Island and Bob Murgo of Newport, Rhode Island talk about what makes a good single father.
Today, we take a deeper look at Rhode Island's political landscape in the run-up to the midterm elections. We talk to Buddy Cianci, former mayor of Providence and current host of WPRO's talk radio program The Buddy Cianci Show.
Is there a more concrete dividing line between feeling rich and feeling poor in our country, and if so, what is it? In this conversation we speak with Larry Samuel, the author of Rich: The Rise and Fall of American Wealth Culture.
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