The Community Emergency Response Training runs from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday through Monday at Lomita City Hall, 24300 Narbonne Ave. Participants must attend all three. The classes provide lessons on dealing with immediate needs following a disaster when first responders might not be available. People interested may register online at www.fire.lacounty.gov/cert or email LWalters@fire.lacounty.gov. Tips On Level-headed Secrets For Guidance For InterviewApplicants should include their names, phone numbers and email addresses. Participants must be at least 18 years old. Staff reports
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Thanks to changing cultural attitudes and the steady march of legalization initiatives at the state level, the pro-pot cause is only gaining momentum, making it increasingly harder for foes like Sessions to slow it down, much less stop it. Its not even clear Sessions will get the cooperation of his fellow cabinet members. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, questioned on Meet the Press Sunday, said that marijuana is not a factor in the countrys drug problems and that arresting a lot of users was not the answer. Its absolutely powerful now. This is a political movement, said Norquist, who is quietly lobbying to get Curbelos proposal slipped into the massive tax reform bill that President Trump wants Congress to pass by this summer. There are now guys in coats and ties making the case not just guys in tie-dyed T-shirts. The strength of that movement was underscored recently after White House press secretary Sean Spicer first suggested that the Trump administration was looking at greater enforcement of the marijuana laws. Within days, eight senators led by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska fired off a letter to Sessions urging him to stand down and to stick with the Obama Justice Department policy, embodied in the so-called Cole memo (signed by former Deputy Attorney General James Cole) that, as a matter of prosecutorial discretion, urged U.S.
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