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...would that not be discrimination?" he asked.It's the latest flashpoint in the policing of Utah's unique liquor laws. Last year, the beverage control department came under fire for citing restaurants serving patrons alcohol without first making...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/food/2014-06-24-4
Food

...Aarhus University in Denmark, said the criticism against Wurst would have been trivial if it weren't for the Russian law last year prohibiting so-called gay "propaganda."She noted there's been a lot of "transsexuals, transvestites and drags...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/2014-05-07-0
Arts & Entertainment
Homework: Study up on budget process

...administration has proposed not funding the district "to the cap," the maximum local contribution allowed under state law. Last year, the borough contributed $43 million toward the school district's $129 million budget. The school district faces...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/010911/ope_767771809.shtml
Opinion
Senate hearing to cover Glacier Bay fishing issues

...be the subjects of a U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing in Juneau this week. A federal law last year closed some of Glacier Bay to all commercial fishing and left other areas open to selected fishermen for their lifetimes...

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Williams the only choice

...three years. This overused clich may play in some political circles but is far from the truth. Passed into state law last year was a historic bill that forward funded education for three years. The yearly increases in the Base Student Allocation...

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper -

...cover medical expenses, but they must be combined with a high-deductible insurance policy. While Bush signed into law last year legislation passed by the Republican-controlled Congress that provides a prescription drug benefit for Americans...

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