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Education, farmers, roads take hits in Nixon's $57.2 million budget restrictions

Everytown - the largest gun violence prevention organization in the country - released this statement . Courts in recent months have blocked voter ID laws passed in several states with Republican-led legislatures after civil rights groups argued the measures were discriminatory against poor and minority voters.

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Judge Finds Nick Gordon 'Legally Responsible' for Bobbi Kristina Brown's Death

Several months prior, she was found unresponsive in a bathtub at her home in Roswell, Georgia. Regardless, Bobbi Kristina's team promised to be relentless in their pursuit. "The court agrees with us, by striking Mr. Gordon's answer that he is legally responsible for her death ", R. David Ware, a lawyer for Brown's conservator told press outside of court.

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Clinton blasts Trump's comments on military generals, Putin

He has been there before, many times. The Democratic nominee urged voters to weigh her readiness to be president not based on one decision but "on the totality of my record". Democrats and Republicans seemed to agree on one thing after NBC's presidential town hall Wednesday: Matt Lauer was an very bad moderator. "I think at their very core, both men are the kind of leaders that have a core of humility", Pence said.

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Family of Sandra Bland to receive $1.9 million in wrongful death suit

Video from dashboard-mounted camera in the police vehicle driven by Texas Trooper Brian Encinia, who is white, indicated Bland was ordered to put out a cigarette, which she did not do. A timeline from the Waller County Sheriff's Office said a guard stopped and briefly talked with Bland shortly after 7 a.m., but no one came back to check on her until 8:55 a.m.

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Trump Says Campaigning is 'Form of Exercise' on Dr. Oz

Mr. Trump admitted he could lose a little weight, but said, "It's tough because of the way I live". Results of tests on Trump's liver function and thyroid function as well as his cardiac evaluation were all described as within the normal range.

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Pratt Library CEO Carla Hayden Swearing-In At Library Of Congress

Hayden will be the first woman and the first African-American to lead the national library since its inception in 1800. She eventually got advanced degrees and took a professorship in Pittsburgh, but left it to return to the Chicago Public Library as the children's librarian.