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(US-Attorney-General-Russia)

The controversy over Russia's apparent involvement in the U-S presidential election isn't going away anytime soon.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has become the second high-ranking member of the Trump administration to take a hit over conversations with Russia's envoy to the U-S.

He's recusing himself from any possible investigation of the Trump campaign's ties to the Kremlin.

A similar controversy dogged retired General Michael Flynn, who resigned as President Trump's national security adviser two weeks ago. (3)

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(Trudeau-BC)

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will meet with first responders and health-care workers in Vancouver today to discuss the province's opioid crisis.

Overdoses from illicit drugs have claimed more than a thousand lives in British Columbia since January of 2016.

Speaking yesterday at C-F-B Esquimalt near Victoria, Trudeau said his government is taking the crisis seriously and monitoring the situation closely.

He said while legislation to legalize marijuana is set to be introduced in the summer, no other illicit drugs are being considered for legalization. (3)

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(NS-Accessibility-Law) (Audio: 14)

Advocates for the disabled have told lawmakers in Nova Scotia that proposed accessibility legislation needs to be significantly strengthened.

The provincial government's Bill 59 was delayed last fall after heavy criticism from the groups it was supposed to help.

It's currently before the legislature's law amendments committee.

One activist pleaded with the committee yesterday to give the legislation some teeth, including a broader definition of disability. …

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