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Topic - David Campbell
A New Hampshire state representative who apologized for driving into some ducks outside a Nashua hotel last year and paid a fine is not seeking re-election after serving 14 years in the Legislature.
A day after saying he would not seek re-election, a state representative who ran over a group of ducks is described in a New Hampshire attorney general's report as giving untruthful statements and refusing to cooperate.
Juneau police say they are treating a fatal car crash as a homicide investigation.
A judge has thrown out a lawsuit by a former jail inmate in metro Phoenix who claimed her constitutional rights were violated when officers restrained her before and after she gave birth to her son at a hospital.
A federal judge on Wednesday ordered Gov. Jan Brewer's office to turn over some internal documents about its policy of denying drivers' licenses to people who were brought into the country illegally as children but allowed to stay under a new federal program.
NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — A state lawmaker from Nashua has been cited for illegal taking of waterfowl after driving into a group of ducks last month and paid a $695 fine.
"There was no change overall" in the feelings toward Mormons, Campbell added, but there is now an 8-point gap in favorability towards Mormons between Democrats and Republicans.
Campbell also said the high positive numbers for Jews and some minority religious groups show that being small in numbers doesn't mean a group is destined to be viewed negatively.