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Ore. (AP) The Oregon Legislature has passed a bill that would make it more difficult for parents to send their children to school without vaccines...It now goes to Gov. John Kitzhaber and a spokeswoman said he intends to sign it. The bill would
17:15 PM PDT Updated: 06/19/2013 12:17:17 PM PDT When Wolfgang Ward returned from Iraq in 2005, he was eager to start collecting his military benefits. The Pacific Grove veteran soon discovered how difficult that can be. "It took a year for me to
Font Resize Mercury News Editorial The pandering of the GOP in the House of Representatives persists unabated. The majority vote Tuesday to outlaw abortion at 20 weeks' gestation is clearly unconstitutional, will never pass the Senate and would be
District Judge Robert Blackburn has sentenced a man who escaped federal agents as he was being deported to the time he had served in jail since being caught in January...Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents at Denver International Airport in
After that, three more casinos could be built in the state, including perhaps these areas. Cyber-cafes a growing and controversial trend also would be banned.
Late last night, state Senate leaders introduced the 10 points of Governor Andrew Cuomo's proposed Women's Equality Act as separate bills, to keep opponents of a controversial section on abortion rights from blocking the entire agenda this
The incident took place in Salmiya where traffic police pulled over a driver who was seen performing dangerous stunts with his vehicle. The officers soon found out that the man behind the wheel sported police uniform. Regardless, the man was arrested
A veteran Chicago fire lieutenant who beat his second wife to death and is currently serving a lengthy sentence has been receiving a pension check from the city that amounted to $840,000 since his incarceration, MyFoxChicago.com reported. Eugene
Conn. (AP) A state judge was suspended without pay for 30 business days after admitting Wednesday that she was late in issuing child welfare rulings, some of which were more than nine months overdue and delayed placement and adoption proceedings. The
State Rep. David Harris, an Arlington Heights Republican, said lawmakers didn't need to drive to the Capitol to do something similar. "It begs the question: 'Why are we here?'" Harris said. "We're putting a veneer of an official stamp on the process."