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Florida prosecutor who made pro-choice statements remains suspended

Today is Monday, the 70th anniversary of the premiere of the television series “Adventures of Superman.” Here are some other news items. — Were a now-suspended Florida prosecutor’s pro-choice comments protected by the First Amendment? — Can a state set ...

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Alabama seeks new method of execution

Today is Monday, the 95th anniversary of the Broadway premiere of “My Maryland.” Here are some other news items. — Alabama moves toward new method of execution — nitrogen hypoxia. — Does a severance agreement excuse Elon Musk from buying ...

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New Zealand law deems river more than just a body of water

Welcome to Monday, the 83rd anniversary of the Hollywood premiere of “The Wizard of Oz.” Here are some other news items. — New Zealand river’s personhood status is recognition it is more than standing water. — Arkansas judge gets suspended ...

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Supreme Court sketch artist says his term has ended

Today is Monday, the 32nd anniversary of Roseanne Barr’s infamous rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner.” Here are some other news items. — The aptly named Art Lien puts down his Supreme Court sketch pad. — Former U.S. Justice Department ...

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