One piece of legislation up to a vote tomorrow is Ohio’s Issue 3, which would make the Buckeye state the fifth to legalize marijuana for medical and recreational use. As advocates like to point out, legalization creates big business opportunities: As Vice notes, the cabal of companies supporting legalization in the hopes of cashing in includes an especially well-known financier, 99 Degrees singer Nick Lachey.
You might think that’s weird, but when was the last time you saw Nick Lachey? You probably can’t remember. He’s got to make money somehow.
A radio station broadcasting from Virginia to the greater Washington, D.C. area that has been playing Chinese propaganda non-stop. An investigative report from Reuters details the expanding network of radio stations across the U.S. whose programming is dictated by Beijing.
New York Magazine announced Following, a “pop-up” internet culture vertical run by former Gawker editor-in-chief Max Read. In addition to being a really cool idea, it’s always nice to see new websites coming into the world, especially in the wake of last week‘s horrors.