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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Views Differ On How Legalizing Marijuana Could Affect Arizona Familiesincludes two county attorneys even sued, unsuccessfully, to get the measure off
Views Differ On How Legalizing Marijuana Could Affect Arizona Families
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted yesterday
includes two county attorneys even sued, unsuccessfully, to get the measure off the ballot. Then there’s Valley resident Debbie Moak, who put her son in drug rehab when he was 20. “A lot of these kids who are going to be impacted the most by... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Rock WrightSteed of Nashport and Abby Wright of Sarahsville; three grandchildren, Mia Stee
Rock Wright
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 2 days ago
Steed of Nashport and Abby Wright of Sarahsville; three grandchildren, Mia Steed, Brody Steed and Aubrey Hart; two sisters, Debbie (Larry) Branham of South Carolina and Jackie Wright of Mogadore; one brother, Rex Wright of Mogadore; and several... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Bowling leaders259 (717), Brian Jacobs 257, 255 (717). Women: Divine Faustino 236, 233 (671,
Bowling leaders
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 2 days ago
259 (717), Brian Jacobs 257, 255 (717). Women: Divine Faustino 236, 233 (671, 613), Dwaynetta Harris 252, 214 (660), Debbie Rudd 235, 227 (657), Wiluette Heard-Ware (639, 614), Brandy Jacobs 238 (637), Barbara Batt 225, 224, 214, 203 (620,... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Upcoming City Council Agenda For Tuesdayand made a part hereof by reference, subject to certain conditions. (District 7
Upcoming City Council Agenda For Tuesday
The Chattanoogan / Posted 11 days ago
and made a part hereof by reference, subject to certain conditions. (District 7) e. A resolution authorizing Debbie Sue Przybysz, property owner, to use temporarily the alley located behind 1410 W. 52nd Street for the purpose of... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Marijuana's Mainstream Move Triggers Different Kinds Of Family TalksA group that includes two county attorneys even sued, unsuccessfully, to get it
Marijuana's Mainstream Move Triggers Different Kinds Of Family Talks
KERA North Texas / Posted 22 days ago
A group that includes two county attorneys even sued, unsuccessfully, to get it off the ballot. Then there's 59-year-old Debbie Moak, who lives outside of Phoenix. She put her son in drug rehab when he was 20. "A lot of these kids who are going... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Marijuana's Mainstream Move Triggers Different Kinds Of Family TalksA group that includes two county attorneys even sued, unsuccessfully, to get it
Marijuana's Mainstream Move Triggers Different Kinds Of Family Talks
KPBS San Diego / Posted 22 days ago
A group that includes two county attorneys even sued, unsuccessfully, to get it off the ballot. Then there's 59-year-old Debbie Moak, who lives outside of Phoenix. She put her son in drug rehab when he was 20. "A lot of these kids who are going... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
27 years later, $2.1B harbor dredging project completework started in 1989 and became one of the largest infrastructure projects in t
27 years later, $2.1B harbor dredging project complete
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 25 days ago
work started in 1989 and became one of the largest infrastructure projects in the region's history. Col. David Caldwell, the Corps district commander, described the undertaking as "the most important and influential project related to... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Officials mark completion of N.Y. Harbor channel dredgingchannels was “the most important and influential project related to modern day
Officials mark completion of N.Y. Harbor channel dredging
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 25 days ago
channels was “the most important and influential project related to modern day economics in the Northeast,” said Col. David Caldwell, the Corps of Engineers’ district commander. The waters around New York Harbor are heavily polluted from decades of... Read more
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NBC News
Here's why Trump's flip-flop on immigration is so stunningthrough to this campaign Where will the Republican Party go after 2016? Be su
Here's why Trump's flip-flop on immigration is so stunning
NBC News / Posted 1 months ago
through to this campaign Where will the Republican Party go after 2016? Be sure to read the piece by NBC's Leigh Ann Caldwell and Benjy Sarlin on what happens to the GOP after the 2016 election. "Whether or not Trump prevails in November, the... Read more
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