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Topic - Casting Crowns
Christian rapper Lecrae first came to Atlanta as a teenager for a youth conference in 1999, but what ultimately convinced him to lay down roots here was its thriving gospel music scene.
Mark Hall, who created much loved British children's animations including DangerMouse and Jamie and his Magic Torch, has died. He was 75.
Nearly a year and a half after President Obama signed his landmark health care overhaul into law, the growing rebellion in the states — being fought out in courts and state legislatures — shows few signs of easing.
Wake Forest University law professor Mark Hall, an analyst on health care policy, said a larger political movement is afoot not just to repeal the law, but to replace it.
"The idea of giving states an option would be politically appealing," he said. "One advantage of bringing this to Congress is if you get congressional blessing, you might get federal funding for it. Rather than waiting for Congress to devise these measures, I see some advantage to the states getting together themselves and presenting a package sort of ideas to get approval and funding."