This week on #GoodNewsNextWeek: New Hexico introduces a few cannabis measures; Landmark ruling on biometrics collections; And, a man checks his wife out of hospital to party until the end.
Story #1: New Hexico Looks To Legalize It
Researchers Find “Druggable Target” for Treatment of Alzheimer Disease
Groundbreaking Study Shows Massive Reduction of Pesticides in Humans after One Week Organic Diet
1.5 Million Volunteers Plant 66 Million Trees in 12 Hours, Breaking Guinness World Record
Story #2: Illinois Supreme Court Rules Against Six Flags In Landmark Biometric Privacy Case
San Francisco Could Become First City In U.S. to Ban Facial Recognition Surveillance Because It “Keeps Misidentifying Women And People of Color”
Victory: Federal Court in Seattle Will Begin Disclosing Surveillance Records
Right to Repair Advocates Are Hosting Youtube Town Halls to Show You How to Get Involved in the Movement
One FBI Special Agent Said Partial Government Shutdown “Eliminated Any Ability to Operate." Another Said the Job Has “Never Been So Hard Or Thankless." A Third Said Agents Cannot “Protect and Serve the American People”.
Story #3: Man Arrested After Wife Found Dead Following Drug-Fueled ‘Death Party’
Prominent ‘Conversion Therapist’ Leaves Movement, Comes Out As Gay