Indiana Governor Signs State Religious Freedom Restoration Act

INDIANAPOLIS The governor of Indiana signed the state Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law on Thursday, resisting critics who asserted that the legislation would allow people of faith to discriminate against homosexuals. Gov. Continue reading



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Legislature OKs bill paving way for WSU medical school

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) – A nearly-century old restriction giving the University of Washington in Seattle the exclusive right to operate a public medical school in the state of Washington was removed by the Legislature on Wednesday, opening the door for a new Washington State University medical school in Spokane. Senators approved House Bill 1559 on a 47-1 vote and the measure now heads to Gov Continue reading



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Religious freedom bill at the center of Statehouse debate

INDIANAPOLIS – The House Judiciary Committee has passed the so-called “religious freedom bill” by a 9-4 vote. Protecting religious freedom was at the center of several demonstrations Monday at the Indiana Statehouse. The legislation causing the activity is Senate Bill 101 or the Religious Freedom Restoration Act Continue reading



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Taking a Closer Look at the Bill of Rights – Fourth Amendment – Video




Taking a Closer Look at the Bill of Rights – Fourth Amendment This video contains thoughts on the boundaries of privacy, how it affects our rights and how the fourth amendment continues to get violated. By: Timothy Rodgers Continue reading

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Is extremism putting free speech in UK universities under threat?

Reuters The University of Oxford had to cancel a debate on abortion last year because people objected that both panelists were male. Concern that the Islamic State militant ‘Jihadi John’ may have been radicalised while attending a London university has re-stoked the debate about free speech in academic institutions. Mohammed Emwazi was last week identified as the IS militant who has appeared in numerous beheading videos for IS Continue reading



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Editorial: If Texans' health care subsidies disappear, we need a plan

Regardless of your politics, the possibility that fellow Texans and millions more Americans nationwide who bought insurance under the Affordable Care Act could return to the ranks of the uninsured is a serious matter. Yet this is what is at stake when the U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments Wednesday in King vs Continue reading



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Shealy tells sister's story during domestic violence debate

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) – As debate dragged into a second week on a bill to toughen sentences for convicted domestic abusers in South Carolina and take away their guns, state Sen. Katrina Shealy made the issue personal with the story of her sister who was abused for years by her husband before he finally shot himself to death. Continue reading



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Bill Haley & His Comets – Rip It Up | Mrgreglaw Drumming Cover – Video




Bill Haley His Comets – Rip It Up | Mrgreglaw Drumming Cover BILL HALEY THE COMETS – Razzle Dazzle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7o9g7QOjIo MrGreglaw Drumming Covers: … By: Buzz Rock @MrGreglaw Continue reading

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Two panels approve WSU med school bills – Tue, 10 Feb 2015 PST

OLYMPIA Bills that would allow Washington State University to start a medical school in Spokane cleared committees in both houses of the Legislature today with a unanimous vote in the Senate and a 12-1 vote in the House. Before passing the bill, the Senate Higher Education Committee rejected on a party line vote a provision that called for the University of Washington to receive money for it says it is owed for medical school operations in Spokane that was channeled through WSU. Continue reading



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Health care reform law not so devastating to Quebec anglos after all, says group

English-speaking Quebecers will not be getting such a raw deal from the province in the newly-passed health care reform after all. A long and tough set of negotiations to allow English Quebecers to maintain some control over their health care institutions in the Bill 10 reform has ended without too much heartbreak, the Quebec Community Groups Network announced at a press conference Monday. The recently-passed health care reform initially threatened to greatly diminish anglo input in health care institutions but changes were made in the legislation to assuage some of those concerns. Continue reading



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Arizona Republicans push series of gun owners' rights bills

PHOENIX — Republicans in the Arizona Legislature are pushing a series of bills that would ensure gun owners’ rights to sell and transfer firearms at gun shows, bring guns into public places and protect owners from having their weapons taken. Arizona already has some of the strongest Second Amendment protections in the country, including the right to carry a concealed weapon without a permit and sell firearms at gun shows without a permit or background check. Continue reading



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