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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Karen Ebanks
"I have enough to get done without worrying about this wedding. It really is not a concern of mine at all," said Karen Ebanks, 26, a resident of Jamaica's capital who focuses most of her attention on homegrown culture such as the brash reggae-rap hybrid of dancehall music, which first became dominant in the mid-1980s.
She said many islanders have been preoccupied with Antigua Sailing Week, a popular regatta that's the biggest in the Caribbean.