AUGUSTA, Maine - Maine's Democratic governor this week signed dozens of new bills to require hands-free driving, protect pregnant employees and prevent adults from providing tobacco to young people.
Gov. Janet Mills' office said late Thursday that she's signed into law roughly two dozen new bills, including a bill to allow courts to issue search warrants authorizing the installation of tracking devices on a person or object.
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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Malaysia's government plans to drop criminal penalties for the possession and use of drugs in small quantities to battle addiction, but stressed the move is not akin to legalizing narcotics.
AUGUSTA, Maine - Maine Gov. Janet Mills signed a bill Thursday setting up a legal framework for the sale of recreational marijuana to adults as early as next year.
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