Friday links (5/30/14)

A federal court ruled that immigrants facing deportation in Massachusetts can't be held in jail indefinitely and must be given a bail hearing within six months. An Everett woman is suing the police department and an ambulance service, saying police used excessive force on her and the ambulance service did not provide adequate medical care.

The House has adopted a measure that would prevent the Justice Department from stopping states from implementing medical marijuana laws.

Emails show NSA officials discussing the best way to fend off FOIA requests.

John Kerry should "man up" and admit he was wrong about Edward Snowden.