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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - David Rosen
Police officers and jail guards committed no wrongdoing in the arrest and detention of a Yale University professor who died in a cell in November, according to internal investigations by the Connecticut Judicial Branch and New Haven police.
On the eve of Gov. Chris Christie's annual budget proposal, legislators in the Assembly reviewed the growing amount of state debt and advanced a bill calling for closer monitoring of long-term borrowing.
Argentine Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected by the Vatican's papal conclave last week after five rounds of voting. He took the name Pope Francis -- after St. Francis of Assisi, the revered Italian friar who founded the Franciscan Order -- and became the first Jesuit and first leader from the Americas of the world's 1.2 billion Catholics.
Americans — Catholics and non-Catholic — expressed surprise and mostly satisfaction as the news broke that Argentine Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio had been selected the next pope of the global church, the first pontiff from the New World.
Legislative budget officer David Rosen said bond rating agencies are troubled by the state's indebtedness, which is higher per capita than every state except Hawaii, Massachusetts and Connecticut.