Wednesday, July 1, 2015

'So in the world of today: 1 July 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-People caught with marijuana in Miami can get fines instead of jail.
-Greece defaulted on its debt.
-The US and Cuba opened up embassies with one another.
-Pot smoking is legal in Oregon.
-Illinois’ government had to partially shut down due to money problems.
-Puerto Rico managed to pay a fair amount of the cash it owes.
-Isis pulled off attacked in Egypt.
-a record number of migrants have been coming across the Mediterranean to Europe.
-a study found one in five Americans believe that clergy should be required by law to preform same sex weddings.
-a Montana man applied for a license to permit a polygamous union.

No comments:

Post a Comment