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Some parts of public life in the U.S. still operate according to restrictive rules, and that includes planes, trains and buses.
“We really wanted to communicate with her and play with her,” says Jill McNeil, who lives across the street. “Since she couldn’t learn our language, we thought we wanted to learn hers.”
Most states have legalized marijuana in some form. But federal law still considers it an illegal drug, which exposes banks to legal risk if they handle weed-related money or transactions.
Gottlieb, who will resign in a month, stood out in the Trump administration for his efforts to regulate the tobacco and pharmaceutical industries. The reasons for his resignation are not yet clear.
An adept musician in a pop band dismissed as made for TV, Tork became famous with the Monkees in the 1960s. Their reunion tours lasted well into the 2000s.