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In this April 13, 2015 photo, Illinois state Rep. Terri Bryant, R-Murphysboro, speaks at a news conference in Benton, Ill. Bryant has proposed a bill that would criminalize posting videos of fights to social media. Her proposal is prompting concerns that it could infringe on people’s freedom of speech rights. (Byron Hetzler/The Southern via AP)
Illinois bill would criminalize filming fights to put onlineAn Illinois lawmaker wants to criminalize the recording of fights to post on social media after an incident in her district
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SC sues Energy Dept over unfinished nuclear fuel projectSouth Carolina has again sued the federal government over an unfinished project to convert nuclear weapons components into reactor fuel
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Juvenile justice commissioner relieved of duties amid probeState justice officials say Kentucky's juvenile justice commissioner has been relieved of his duties amid an investigation into a teenager's death at a state detention center
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Flint resident Sarah Truesdail holds her daughter Gabriella Venegas, 5, as she screams out with tears rolling down her face while a health official pricks her finger with a needle for a free lead test on Monday, Feb. 8, 2016 at Carriage Town Ministries in Flint. Molina Healthcare provided children up to six years of age with free lead testing, as well as water filters for families to take home and install. "She take baths in the water, and my daughter takes a lot of baths. Just recently she's been having stomachaches. I took her to the emergency room but they said she was OK. She missed school today. There's something wrong with her," Truesdail said. "We don't drink it. Bathing in it is supposed to be safe. But if it's safe, why do you have to limit the time? And you're breathing the steam when it's hot and the vapors enter your body through the air? We just don't know how it's affecting us. I'm a little worried for the lead test. I'm thinking she doesn't have lead poisoning, but it's just worrying me. Parents need to get their kids lead tested - better safe than sorry."(Jake May/The Flint via AP)
Flint counsel says manslaughter charge harshest possibleA special counsel appointed to investigate Flint's water crisis says the harshest criminal charge could include involuntary manslaughter
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Court upholds tax evasion convictions of Atkins diet doctorA federal appeals court has upheld the tax-related convictions of a Kansas obesity specialist who co-authored the "Atkins Diabetes Revolution."
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