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Statute Blocking Planned Parenthood Funding Ruled UnConstitutional

A Federal judge ruled that the Kansas statute that prevented groups like Planned Parenthood from receiving Federal funding was unConstitutional.

Regardless Of Debt Deal, Experts Say Much Remains To Be Done On Debt

While much has been made about the debt ceiling compromise, a number of economic experts are not convinced that it will do much to fix America’s financial woes.

Rhode Island City Files For Bankruptcy

Central Falls, R.I., has applied for bankruptcy under the supervision of the State-assigned receiver after retirees and current workers failed to agree on cuts to their pensions and benefits, according to The Associated Press.

Use Cellphones Safely

Lately, there has been a great deal of debate regarding the safety of mobile phone use.

Obama Signs Debt Extension Into Law

On Tuesday, President Barack Obama signed a bill that will raise the debt ceiling.

Omega-3s May Protect Infants Against Common Disorders

Researchers at Emory University have discovered that consuming omega-3 fatty acids during pregnancy may protect babies against diseases that can occur in infancy.

North Dakota Relaxes Gun Restrictions

A series of new North Dakota laws took effect on Aug. 1, including more permissible gun-rights legislation. The new law will allow most employees to bring a gun to work as long as it is kept in their vehicle.

Illinois Gun Laws To Be Challenged In Court

Two lawsuits were recently filed in Illinois that challenged State laws that prohibit carrying firearms outside the home, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Economy growth below projected numbers

Second quarter numbers show that the economy has slowed to its worst pace since the end of the recession, according to The Associated Press. High gas prices and a lack of income improvements have caused consumers to cut back on spending.

USDA declares most of Oklahoma an agricultural disaster

The United States Department of Agriculture recently declared most of Oklahoma a disaster area. Seventy-four of the 77 counties in the Sooner State have been labeled disaster areas due to drought and wildfires, according to The Oklahoman.


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