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Boise Weekly
Boise Defends Camping Ordinance Accused of Targeting Homelesswho all received citations under the ordinance between 2006 and 2009, lawyers a
Boise Defends Camping Ordinance Accused of Targeting Homeless
Boise Weekly / Posted 9 days ago
who all received citations under the ordinance between 2006 and 2009, lawyers argued before U.S. Magistrate Judge Ronald Bush that there aren't enough beds at local shelters to keep people facing homelessness from violating the... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Kansas College Republicans call for end of death penalty but lawmaker slams decisionThe two brothers killed five people in Wichita in 2000. The death penalty was
Kansas College Republicans call for end of death penalty but lawmaker slams decision
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 9 days ago
The two brothers killed five people in Wichita in 2000. The death penalty was reinstated in Kansas in 1994, but no one has been executed since. The last execution in Kansas came in 1965, when George Ronald York and James Douglas Latham were ha... Read more
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WGAL 8 Susquehanna Valley
Actions taken against 169 Pa. businesses, individualsappraisal report, or communicating an appraisal. (7/09/15) PA Board of Chiropr
Actions taken against 169 Pa. businesses, individuals
WGAL 8 Susquehanna Valley / Posted 17 days ago
appraisal report, or communicating an appraisal. (7/09/15) PA Board of Chiropractic Philadelphia County Timothy Richard Latham, license no. DC010378, of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, was indefinitely suspended for no less than three years... Read more
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Washington Post
Q & A with Daris Boggs, candidate for president of the National Treasury Employees Unionretirement benefits, even morale. They say our government is too big, even thou
Q & A with Daris Boggs, candidate for president of the National Treasury Employees Union
Washington Post / Posted 26 days ago
retirement benefits, even morale. They say our government is too big, even though it’s slightly smaller than when President Ronald Reagan was in office in 1988, but with about 74 million more people to serve. Federal employees have been used not... Read more

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