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Governor Mike Pence of Indiana has finally signed the controversial religious freedom bill. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act was signed following two days of intense pressure from opponents which include convention organizers and technology company executives. They believe that this step will promote discrimination, especially against gays and lesbians. Gov. Pence however believes this will…

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State Senator Ed Hernandez, D-Azusa has announced new legislation that would increase the legal smoking age in California from 18 to 21. According to Hernandez, people are more likely to become addicted to smoking if they start at a young age. Tobacco companies know that and they to hook young people. He points out that…

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House speaker John Boehner has stated that House Republicans may seek legal action against President Obama to block his executive actions on immigration. According to Boehner, “we are finalizing a plan to authorize litigation on this issue – one we believe gives us the best chance of success.” Recent measures taking by President Obama will…

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A new identification card program is to be introduced that will help thousands of illegal immigrants in New York City to have access to basic services such as housing, bank accounts, legal services and cultural institutions. The new municipal identification card program will be launched by Mayor Bill de Blasio. The new program will enable…

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The Supreme Court has rejected BP’s legal challenge over a compensation deal related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. This means that the oil giant will have to compensate victims that suffered from the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig. With this decision, almost every business in Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Galveston, Jefferson,…

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A New York judge has ruled that Apple should pay $450 million over eBooks price-fixing. The amount is to be paid to 20 million consumers. An additional $50 million is to be paid to lawyers involved in the case. Last year, a court had found that Apple had behaved anti-competitively when it joined forces with…

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Loretta Lynch has been nominated for the position of the new U.S. Attorney General to replace Eric Holder. If selected, Lynch would be the first black woman to be the USAG and the second black person and second woman to hold the post. She is currently the US Attorney for New York’s eastern district including…

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