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High Court: Justices to consider ‘funeral protests’ in free-speech case

Posted in Main Blog (All Posts) on May 31st, 2010 4:38 am by HL

High Court: Justices to consider ‘funeral protests’ in free-speech case
Albert Snyder, an industrial equipment salesman from York, Pa., says he was once a quiet guy who had no taste for the limelight. Now he has a Web site and interviews scheduled back to back. The most important person in the Senate is rallying support for him, and 48 states and the District of…

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Tea party could add to Republicans’ numbers in Congress but shake up their unity
News flash (not): All over the country, tea-party-backed candidates are winning.

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Sharp swings mark Republican governor’s race in California
REDWOOD CITY, CALIF. — At a time when California’s economy ranks among the worst in the nation, there is still at least one bull market in the state. The battle for the Republican gubernatorial nomination is recession-proof.

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Oil could spew until August, officials say
As BP readied its latest fallback plan to stop oil gushing from one of its wells in the Gulf of Mexico, the Obama administration and the company warned that the crude could continue flowing until August, compounding threats to coastal wetlands, fisheries and beaches.

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At nuclear conference, U.S. expects little, gains little
It didn’t end in failure. That was perhaps the best the U.S. government could boast about a month-long conference on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, which ended Friday in New York.

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