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Rallies were held up and down the state Tuesday to call for sweeping changes to the state’s bail system, which many say is wildly unfair to poorer defendants, and the state’s attorney general signaled that he may support the movement’s goal.
Permanent drought penalties? State officials meeting Tuesday, aware of the extreme lack of rain this winter, considered making permanent stiff penalties for wasting water that were once temporary measures meant to get us through periodic droughts. They’ll vote next month.
Death of an icon: Evangelist Billy Graham, who reached millions, dies at 99.
Gun debate intensifies: Students from the
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