Here's what we're reading today: mammals, nuclear weapons, and marijuana laws
Here are a few of the stories we're reading on the Internet today:
- NBC News reports that the Obama administration is considering further reductions in the U.S. nuclear armament, determining that the country could have roughly 1,000 warheads and still achieve its security goals.
- The Detroit Free Press has an article stating the Michigan Supreme Court has ruled marijuana dispensaries are illegal, as the ballot initiative that passed in 2008 has no language approving them.
- The BBC reports that scientists believe they have pinpointed the earliest placental mammal in the history of the world: a creature that lived shortly after the dinosaurs went extinct.