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Topic - David French
It's already been deemed a "scandal." Journalists and broadcasters are chafing over news that the Federal Communications Commission had developed plans to monitor the nation's newsrooms, as outlined in a federal initiative with this brusque title: "Multi-Market Study of Critical Information Needs."
The recent fiscal crisis has opened a major rift between the tea party wing of the Republican Party and business groups that traditionally have backed Republicans, with many business leaders now vowing to counter insurgent candidates.
California's clash with Amazon.com over online collection of the state's sales tax has become a political battle for the Golden State and it could rattle Internet commerce nationwide.
Attorneys with the Alliance Defense Fund have sued Augusta State University in Georgia on behalf of a counseling student who claims the university told her to deny her Christian beliefs in order to graduate.
David French, a senior counsel at the American Center for Law and Justice, said in a statement: "The college asked Mr. Jenkins what was most important in his life and Mr. Jenkins answered truthfully that God was most important.