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Arizona Daily Sun

There were three recent reports in the Daily Sun regarding lawsuits involving Arizona state laws that are termed “controversial.” One was the refusal of driver's licenses to the Dreamers and the other dealt with state attempts to restrict/inhibit abortions using the ...

Scott claims Accomplishment of His 2010 Jobs Goal in Florida

West Texas News

An announcement made by Gov. Rick Scott has revealed that his 2010 campaign goal of creating 700,000 jobs within seven years has been achieved. The state's unemployment rate came to its lowest since May 2008. According to Scott and the Florida ...

Single-Payer Health Care System Suffers Setback In Vermont Governor Says ...

Macro Insider

Single-payer health insurance -- the only coverage choice significantly less popular among conservatives than Obamacare -- suffered a setback last week, and it could be fatal. Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin admitted the state can not afford Green Mountain ...

CIA official to become deputy national security adviser

USA TODAY

Avril Haines, a former legal adviser to the National Security Council who moved to the number two slot at the CIA, is returning to the White House as deputy national security adviser. "A model public servant, Avril is respected across the government for her ...

Susan Christian: remembering former Houston mayor Bob Lanier

KPRC Houston

WELCOME BACK, EVERYBODY. HE'S ONE OF THE MOST WELL KNOWN HOUSTON NAMES, BOB LANIER. THIS MORNING, THE ENTIRE CITY IS MOURNING HIS PASSING AND REMEMBERING HIS LEADERSHIP AND HIS IMPACT ON THE FUTURE ...

Salt Lake City party celebrates anniversary of same-sex marriage ruling

Salt Lake Tribune

(Lennie Mahler | The Salt Lake Tribune) Kody Partridge, Derek Kitchen and Moudi Sbeity, plaintiffs in Kitchen v. Herbert, along with attorney Peggy Tomsic, toast on the anniversary of Judge Robert J. Shelby's ruling that overturned the same-sex marriage ban ...

U. of Michigan defends 'I hate Republicans' professor

The College Fix

As reported by The College Fix a few days ago, the chair of the communications department at the University of Michigan wrote an article about why “it's okay to hate Republicans.” Now the school has stepped up to defend Susan Douglas, saying her column ...

News briefs from around Kentucky at 1:58 a.m. EST

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BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) — If you want to build Corvettes in Bowling Green, you have one option: Join a labor union. The General Motors plant in Warren County is a closed shop, meaning its 888 employees must pay union dues in order to work there.

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