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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
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Topic - Donald L. Carcieri
Supporters of Arizona's new illegal-immigration law have in recent weeks cited Rhode Island as a state where police quietly have been carrying out comparably tough enforcement without a court challenge from the Obama administration.
The Rhode Island Supreme Court should rule that a lesbian couple who "married" in Massachusetts can't get "divorced" in Rhode Island because such an act would legalize same-sex "marriage" in the state, say court papers filed by a conservative legal defense organization.
Mr. Carcieri said state marriage law clearly refers to unions of a man and a woman and any change must be decided by voters or lawmakers.