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BREAKING: SHOCKING VIDEO EXPOSES RACIAL DISCRIMINATION IN TX DEATH PENALTY SYSTEM (DUANE BUCK

Today, the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, Inc. released a new video highlighting the racial discrimination in the Texas death penalty system and the shocking case of death-sentenced prisoner, Duane Buck. Mr. Buck was sentenced to death in Harris County (Houston), Texas, after his trial prosecutor elicited testimony from a psychologist indicating that Mr. Buck was more likely to be dangerous bec ...

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New Poll Shows Some Americans Foolishly Blame Welfare For Poverty

Not that cable news culture and George W. Bush‘s political career aren’t strong enough indicators of this factoid, but I can always count on a poll to convey just how information-challenged many Americans are. Sometimes I can’t help but laugh, though in instances like these all I can do is get angry. According to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released Thursday, way too many of your fellow citizens ar ...

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Florida law banning texting while driving signed by Gov. Rick Scott

Florida law banning texting while driving signed by Gov. Rick Scott ...

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Governor Rick Scott Signs 36 Bills into Law

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Governor Rick Scott signed the following bills into law today: HB 21                         The bill requires the Department of Education to create a uniform, statewide photo identification badge signifying that a noninstructional contractor meets certain background screening and other requirements. CS/SB 56                  The bill updates the protocols of the Department of Health and ...

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NFL, MLS AVOID FLORIDA AFTER STADIUM BILL FAILS

By JIM TURNER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA THE CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE, May 21, 2013 ……… Florida was shut out Tuesday by the National Football League and Major League Soccer. The NFL awarded the 2016 Super Bowl to the San Francisco area and the 2017 championship contest to Houston, a little more than two weeks after a bill tied to potential state funding for the Miami Dolphins and an Orlando soccer stadium died ...

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ROSA LEE HOLMES RAILROAD STORY OF INJUSTICE

Rosa Lee Holmes, who is 77 years old is in bankruptcy and foreclosure because the Department of Justice, Federal Lands Acquisition Office will not release the money needed to save her home and improve her overall quality of life. This is money owed to her for the use of her land. Considering Ms. Holmes age this can be called elder abuse by the government. Under the US Constitution, the Fifth Amendment, Pres ...

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Muslim Congressman Keith Ellison gets into heated debate with GOP Rep. Over profiling

By Yvette On Sunday’s episode of Meet the Press, Congressman Peter King (R-NY) argued in favor of profiling Muslims in the name of anti-terrorism. King said although most Muslims are “outstanding people”, the threat of terror still stems from “the Muslim community.” Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN), the first Muslim Congressman, challenged King’s notion that blanket profiling helps law enforcement. In fact, accord ...

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ELECTIONS BILL PASSES SENATE, COULD GO TO SCOTT SOON

ELECTIONS BILL PASSES SENATE, COULD GO TO SCOTT SOON By BRANDON LARRABEE THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Posting or forwarding this material without permission is prohibited. Contactnews@newsserviceflorida.com. THE CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE, April 24, 2013........A bill aimed at fixing the snafus that plagued Florida's 2012 elections cleared the Senate on a party-line vote Wednesday, though it's not clear how close ...

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