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Daily Mail
Democrats call for the removal of 'reprehensible' Confederate statuesin 1857 before the completion of the House wing. States are allowed to replace
Daily Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
in 1857 before the completion of the House wing. States are allowed to replace statues with approval from the Joint Committee on the Library of Congress. Some of them were donated as early as the 1860s. This new legislation would force 10... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Hopes high 1919 events make parks listto Helena. By then, E.C. Morris was recognized as one of the state's most dist
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
to Helena. By then, E.C. Morris was recognized as one of the state's most distinguished black ministers. He had founded Arkansas Baptist College, and the Helena church he raised with his own hands just 14 years before -- the Centennial Baptist... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Hopes high 1919 events make parks listto Helena. By then, E.C. Morris was recognized as one of the state's most dist
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
to Helena. By then, E.C. Morris was recognized as one of the state's most distinguished black ministers. He had founded Arkansas Baptist College, and the Helena church he raised with his own hands just 14 years before -- the Centennial Baptist... Read more
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Newsmax
Newsmax's 100 Most Influential Republican Womenthat way) served on Trump’s transition team and is now serving her eighth House
Newsmax / Posted 7 days ago
that way) served on Trump’s transition team and is now serving her eighth House term. Blackburn chairs the select committee investigating Planned Parenthood, which she has urged Congress to strip of federal funding. 7. Lisa Murkowski —... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Locked up for Life: Supreme Court rulings reshape penalties for young offendersAmong the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
Among the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big cases over the last dozen years have narrowed the instances in which those who commit offenses under age 18 can be subject to the harshest penalties. A look at these... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Supreme Court rulings reshape penalties for young offendersAmong the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
Among the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big cases over the last dozen years have narrowed the instances in which those who commit offenses under age 18 can be subject to the harshest penalties. A look at these... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Supreme Court rulings reshape penalties for young offendersAmong the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 17 days ago
Among the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big cases over the last dozen years have narrowed the instances in which those who commit offenses under age 18 can be subject to the harshest penalties. A look at these... Read more
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Beaumont Enterprise
Supreme Court rulings reshape penalties for young offendersAmong the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big
Beaumont Enterprise / Posted 17 days ago
Among the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big cases over the last dozen years have narrowed the instances in which those who commit offenses under age 18 can be subject to the harshest penalties. A look at these... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
Supreme Court rulings reshape penalties for young offendersAmong the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 17 days ago
Among the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big cases over the last dozen years have narrowed the instances in which those who commit offenses under age 18 can be subject to the harshest penalties. A look at these... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Supreme Court rulings reshape penalties for young offendersAmong the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big
Stamford Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
Among the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big cases over the last dozen years have narrowed the instances in which those who commit offenses under age 18 can be subject to the harshest penalties. A look at these... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Supreme Court rulings reshape penalties for young offendersAmong the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 17 days ago
Among the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big cases over the last dozen years have narrowed the instances in which those who commit offenses under age 18 can be subject to the harshest penalties. A look at these... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Supreme Court rulings reshape penalties for young offendersAmong the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big
Connecticut Post / Posted 17 days ago
Among the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big cases over the last dozen years have narrowed the instances in which those who commit offenses under age 18 can be subject to the harshest penalties. A look at these... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Supreme Court rulings reshape penalties for young offendersAmong the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big
The New Canaan News / Posted 17 days ago
Among the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big cases over the last dozen years have narrowed the instances in which those who commit offenses under age 18 can be subject to the harshest penalties. A look at these... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Supreme Court rulings reshape penalties for young offendersAmong the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big
Darien News-Review / Posted 17 days ago
Among the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big cases over the last dozen years have narrowed the instances in which those who commit offenses under age 18 can be subject to the harshest penalties. A look at these... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Supreme Court rulings reshape penalties for young offendersAmong the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 18 days ago
Among the U.S. Supreme Court's many rulings on juveniles and crime, several big cases over the last dozen years have narrowed the instances in which those who commit offenses under age 18 can be subject to the harshest penalties. A look at these... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
State GOP protests House rule changeThe Republican Party of Arkansas on Saturday delivered a rebuke to a change cha
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 18 days ago
The Republican Party of Arkansas on Saturday delivered a rebuke to a change championed by the state House speaker -- a member of the party -- and adopted by the Republican-controlled House during the past legislative session. During the party's... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Leave it to the Guvbeen a segment of education-watchers who've said build, build, build. A hundred
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
been a segment of education-watchers who've said build, build, build. A hundred million here, a hundred million there, and Arkansas will have some great schools. Or at least expensive ones. There's been another segment of education-watchers, just... Read more
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Roll Call
How the Courts Could Upend GerrymanderingSome of the lawsuits champion a new, mathematical approach to proving partisan
Roll Call / Posted 22 days ago
Some of the lawsuits champion a new, mathematical approach to proving partisan gerrymandering that will be tested at the Supreme Court this fall in a case about Wisconsin’s state Assembly districts. The Supreme Court could give energy to the... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
School-building efforts costly, governor saysbeen going down a path in terms of facility funding that needs to be adjusted,"
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 22 days ago
been going down a path in terms of facility funding that needs to be adjusted," Hutchinson said to the Advisory Committee on Public School Academic Facilities, which met Tuesday. Since 2006, about $3.2 billion has been put toward... Read more
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The Christian Post
Jared Kushner Is A 'Great Gift,' 'Key Liaison' to the Evangelical Community, Christian Leaders Sayof President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior advisor Jared Kushner as he f
The Christian Post / Posted 23 days ago
of President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior advisor Jared Kushner as he faced questioning from a United States Senate committee over his contacts with Russian officials on Monday, saying that he is one of the most valued confidantes Christian... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Panel starts to plan for judiciary's futureA planning committee assembled by Arkansas Supreme Court Chief Justice Dan Kemp
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
A planning committee assembled by Arkansas Supreme Court Chief Justice Dan Kemp has met for the first time in its effort to draw up a yearslong plan for the state's judiciary. Kemp, who began serving atop the state's highest court on Jan. 1,... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
State set to lose unused insurer exchange fundsThe state agency responsible for Arkansas' health insurance exchanges expects t
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 27 days ago
The state agency responsible for Arkansas' health insurance exchanges expects to lose access to about $80 million when a federal grant expires at the end of this year, agency officials told lawmakers on Thursday. The money is from a $99.9 million... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
This date in history, July 15, 2017shot of the Salk polio vaccine. In 1981, a group of Wilmington business leader
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 1 months ago
shot of the Salk polio vaccine. In 1981, a group of Wilmington business leaders organized the Wilmington Improvement Committee to lobby the Wilmington City Council to oppose a proposal to build a coal-exporting terminal on the downtown... Read more
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The News & Observer
Democrats split with Jefferson and JacksonAct, which led to the forced exile of the Cherokees from Western North Carolina
The News & Observer / Posted 1 months ago
Act, which led to the forced exile of the Cherokees from Western North Carolina. North Carolina’s Democratic Executive Committee was hardly acting alone. State parties across the country including in South Carolina, Georgia, Missouri and... Read more

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