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2 hrs ago | The Town Talk
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials are still refusing to disclose the names, criminal histories and whereabouts of more than 2,200 detainees the agency suddenly released a year ago.
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6 hrs ago | The Modesto Bee
House Bill 2367 passed on a 35-22 party-line vote and requires the state's Medicaid program to apply for a waiver from federal regulators every year to allow it to impose the new rules.
10 hrs ago | Queerty
Someone, somewhere is still clamoring for Queen of cray-cray Michele Bachmann's opinion on things, and now she's weighing in over Arizona Governor Jan Brewer's veto of that outrageously offensive "turn away the gays" bill that almost passed.
14 hrs ago | Advocate
Following Arizona Governor Jan Brewer's veto of a bill aimed at allowing businesses and service providers to refuse to serve LGBT people, it's time for those of us pushing back on efforts to misuse religious liberty as a license to discriminate to realize that the momentum is on our side.
19 hrs ago | Advocate
Mock-conservative Stephen Colbert is among the many conservatives still stunned by the "religious liberty curb stomp" delivered by Arizona governor Jan Brewer's veto of a bill that would have allowed businesses and individuals to "practice their deeply held religious belief of not selling pastries to gay people."
Considering the passion Gov. Bobby Jindal devoted to his big speech on religious liberty earlier this month at the Ronald Reagan Library, you'd think he would have been all over the airwaves this week.
Two women's healthcare providers have filed a federal lawsuit in Arizona to block new regulations that would limit the use of the most popular abortion-inducing drug in the state, officials disclosed on Wednesday.
A new poll from the Washington Post and ABC found that the majority of Americans now support marriage rights for same-sex couples.
Veteran Arizona legislator Sen. Steve Gallardo has come out as gay. The Phoenix Democrat told a group of reporters he was inspired by the battle over Senate Bill 1062 to reveal his sexual orientation.
Rep. Michele Bachmann is "sorry" that Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed a controversial bill in Arizona that would have allowed businesses to legally refuse service to same-sex couples because of religious objections.
Recent victories from New York to Arizona won't mean a thing if they fire up conservatives and get them to turn out in November.
So declared television journalist George Stephanopoulos, a former Democratic Party adviser, last Sunday on the political news program he hosts.
Religious leaders who opposed Senate Bill 1062 showed up at the Arizona State Capitol Tuesday to thanks Gov. Jan Brewer for vetoing it.
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Although Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed the controversial SB 1062 last week -- the bill that would allow business owners to refuse service to LGBT customers in the name of religion -- some Republican lawmakers and conservatives from around the country are still seething that the measure has been nixed.
In Arizona has come a test of the motto conservative Christians like to invoke: "Hate the sin, love the sinner."
When Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed the Arizona bill that would have created a license to discriminate against LGBT people under a guise of "religious liberty," it seemed like a victory and the end of the argument in the state.