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Now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine.
Former white house press secretary Robert Gibbs says he was instructed to never mention the existence of the drone program.
Even though he admits it is obviously happening.
Gibbs says quote when I went through the process of becoming Press Secretary one of the things.
One of of the first things they told me was you're not -- to acknowledge the drone program.
You're not even to discuss that it exists.
-- says such a position from the self described most transparent administration in history quote.
Undermines people's confidence overall in the decisions that their government -- The white house Office of Management and Budget has a detailed list of the potential impact of sequestration cuts agency by agency.
But one of the agencies in the report released last September.
No longer exists.
The National Drug Intelligence -- would supposedly lose two million of its twenty million dollar budget.
But as you can see on the Justice Department web site the National Drug Intelligence Center closed on June 15 2012.
Three months before that report came out.
And finally New York city's controversial ban on sodas larger than sixteen ounces goes into effect next month.
And restaurants are receiving notice that it's not just personal drinks facing -- downsize.
Last week businesses starting get it started getting guidelines from the Health Department.
And it appears there is no exception for drink containers intended to serve more than one person.
The New York Post reports that included in the ban are two leaders shoulders delivered with a pizza.
Pictures of soda meant to serve an entire table.
And pictures of mixers that come with bottle service at night clubs so businesses say they will be forced to serve individual bottles instead.
A much more expensive option for their customers.
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