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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Larry R. Hicks
Nearly 870,000 Californians have signed up for an insurance policy through the state's health care exchange, the federal government reported Tuesday, as the state intensifies efforts to boost participation and target younger people ahead of the March 31 enrollment deadline.
Former Nevada political powerbroker Harvey Whittemore should be allowed to keep his law license until the appeal of his three felony convictions for violating campaign finance laws is decided, a Nevada State Bar disciplinary panel recommended.
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From Oregon to Mississippi, President Obama's proposed ban on new assault weapons and large-capacity magazines struck a nerve among rural lawmen and lawmakers, many of whom vowed to ignore any restrictions — and even try to stop federal officials from enforcing gun policy in their jurisdictions.
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If not enough young people sign up, it could lead insurers to raise policy premiums in the future, but Hicks said some experts believe the current age mix is sufficient to make the insurance pool financially workable.
"We've tried to sharpen our message among those demographics," Hicks said.