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Indiana Legislature to soon take up religious freedom bill |

Broadly worded proposals backed by conservative lawmakers that would give the state’s residents and businesses expansive protections will be discussed in the in the coming weeks.

Alex Nash’s mother’s Facebook battle over invoice for missing birthday party | Daily Mail Online

Two mothers became embroiled in a bitter Facebook battle over an invoice handed to one of their sons for missing the other’s birthday party.

Law enforcement wants popular police-tracking app disabled

Law enforcement is concerned that the popular Waze mobile traffic app by Google Inc., which provides real-time road conditions, can also be used to hunt and harm police.

Our partners at the Tribune report the Common Council will file a motion in court for the release of tapes. at the center of the scandal.

Teacher Mad Students ‘Squealed’ About Sex | The Daily Caller

Fallout continues this week after a female teacher and a female staffer at South Hills High School in West Covina, Calif. were arrested for allegedly enjoying alcohol-fueled sex romps on the beach with male students during an overnight camping trip.

Plymouth Police investigating inappropriate texts at high school – ABC57 News – See the Difference Michiana

Plymouth Police investigating inappropriate texts at high school

Manny Pacquiao asked Miss USA what her message would be to ‘global terrorists’ at the Miss Universe pageant » The Right Scoop –

Tonight’s ‘Miss Universe’ pageant suffered a somewhat surreal moment when Miss America randomly chose champion boxer Manny Pacquiao to ask his question to her. His question was if she had the chance to talk to a “global ,” what would she say to him. Tough question.

Indiana Senate bill would boost state minimum wage – Elkhart Truth

Among the bills in the Indiana legislature, a senate would increase the state’s minimum wage — boosting it to $10.10 per hour.

NFL Executive Lied About Deflated Balls PSI | The Daily Caller

As one league source has explained it to PFT, the football intercepted by linebacker D’Qwell Jacksonwas roughly two pounds under the 12.5 PSI minimum.  The other 10 balls that reportedly were two pounds under may have been, as the source explained it, closer to one pound below 12.5 PSI.

Scientists agree that a football will lose air pressure when moved to a cooler place – Metro – The Boston Globe

Four of the Boston area’s best scientific minds, zeroing in on the controversy over the ’ use of underinflated footballs, agreed: If you take a ball from a warm place to a cool place, it will lose air pressure.

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