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Mexico wants to decriminalize all drugs and negotiate with the U.S. to do the same

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Mexico wants to decriminalize all drugs and negotiate with the U.S. to do the same r/worldnews   u/maxwellhill  
U.S. does not join plastic waste agreement signed by 187 countries r/worldnews   u/roku44  
Ben Shapiro storms out of BBC UK interview: ‘I’m popular and no one’s ever heard of you’ Shapiro snapped at the BBC interviewer r/worldnews   u/ppd322  
Queen guitarist Brian May proposes a new Live Aid-style concert to raise awareness for climate change r/worldnews   u/aidyfarman  
Egypt thought Italian student was British spy, tortured and murdered him: report | The Japan Times r/worldnews   u/NovelGrass  
Joe Biden is the Hillary Clinton of 2020 – and it won't end well this time either r/TrueReddit   u/blazeofgloreee  
Georgia Just Criminalized Abortion. Women Who Terminate Their Pregnancies Would Be Subject to Life in Prison. r/TrueReddit   u/speckz  
As a Businessman, Trump Was the Biggest Loser of All: Many Americans still believe he is a savvy businessman who knows what he is doing. But the actual record suggests the opposite; he is a reckless conman who burned money and relied on his father, even as he was fashioning a myth r/TrueReddit   u/Nicksandmann  
Delta told workers to spend on video games and beer instead of union dues. It didn’t go well: In the charged world of social media, in which talk about socialism and the evils of unfettered capitalism percolates in the conversations of an invigorated left, the posters fell with a thud. r/TrueReddit   u/merry_holidays  
The Trump administration for the first time will require pharmaceutical companies to include the price of prescription drugs in television advertisements if the cost exceeds $35 per month. r/neutralnews   u/Turbostreak  

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