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    Increasing Use of Body Cameras for Police

Increasing Use of Body Cameras for Police

The question of “Who watches the Watchmen?” has become of increasing importance with events like those of Ferguson, Missouri, which has been at the center of the debate for police oversite. The fact that it is legal for civilians to record police officers has led to the revelations of some abuses, but many police departments are looking to move towards greater transparency by equipping their people with body cameras. Innovations

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    Big Week for Same-Sex Marriage

Big Week for Same-Sex Marriage

It has been a big week for advocates of same-sex marriage as court decisions and a message from the attorney general have changed how many states have legal gay marriage. There are now 31 states with legal gay marriage, but with all the decisions that have been made, it can be hard to keep track of which ones have been affected. While the ins and outs of the particular legal

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    Probate Judge Candidate Supremacist Spouse’s Beliefs May Affect Campaign

Probate Judge Candidate Supremacist Spouse’s Beliefs May Affect Campaign

Anna Zubkova is a licensed attorney in Plainfield, Connecticut. She graduated from Suffolk Law School in Massachusetts in 2002. She practices in various areas including bankruptcy, business, real estate, family, landlord/tenant, and probate law. Anna Zubkova is also candidate for probate judge in Plainfield, Connecticut. Anna’s campaign website boasts that she is “Caring. Compassionate. Competent.” What her campaign site fails to mention is that she’s married to a White Supremacist.

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    Cincinnati Court Same-Sex Marriage Battleground

Cincinnati Court Same-Sex Marriage Battleground

  The U.S. 6th District Court of Appeals in Cincinnati, Ohio has become a battleground over the issue of same-sex marriage as four states brought their cases before the court. Three randomly chosen judges questioned both prosecution and defense on Wednesday as a packed house listened to the proceedings. In all four cases, bans on same-sex marriage are in question leaving the court with this decision: support marriage bans or

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    Ex-Convict Governor Edwards to Run for Office Again

Ex-Convict Governor Edwards to Run for Office Again

He is most well known for being convicted of laundering, conspiracy and multiple counts of racketeering in 2000. Edwards was accused of extorting millions from casino license applicants during his time in office. He was in prison from 2001 until 2011. In wondering why the public should place their trust in the ex-convict he said, “I acknowledge that there are good reasons why I should not run. I know that,

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