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Latest Brian Smith Items
Michigan is considering a pair of religious freedom bills. One would allow adoption agencies to turn would-be parents away because of religious or moral beliefs. The other would let doctors and hospitals refuse medical treatment on similar grounds.
They've spent nearly eight months visiting marijuana grow houses, studying the science of getting high and earning nicknames such as "the queen of weed." Now, officials in Washington state are taking their first stab at setting rules for the state's new legal weed industry.
Coffee shops, malls, restaurants, concert venues, even the office are all check-in locations that can help raise money for a good cause during the Lexus "Check In for Charity" social media campaign this holiday season. Now through Jan. 2, 2013, Lexus invites Facebook and Foursquare users to visit its new "Check In for Charity" app to start making this a December to Remember for children across the country.
A 26-year-old Washington state man who has eluded an extensive police search has been making time to update his Facebook page as authorities continue their efforts to catch him.
He's on the lam, but Travis A. Nicolaysen still had time to update his Facebook page.
Notre Dame's leaky defense, the one that gave up yards in bunches a year ago _ especially during a four-game losing streak to end the season _ is pretty much old news. At least that's how Kerry Neal sees it.