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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Michael Peña
The title in Spanish of the new biopic movie about Cesar Chavez sums up just how little known the Mexican-American labor leader is in Mexico.
Actor Michael Pena got his first look at the Indianapolis 500, two days after the movie "Turbo" premiered in Indianapolis.
An off-duty police officer was convicted Tuesday of grabbing a schoolteacher off a street and sexually assaulting her, and jurors have been told to keep deliberating on some unresolved counts, including rape.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena got a front row seat to Los Angeles gang violence.
The defense said Pena acknowledges attacking the woman but never had intercourse with her.
"I have to be honest with you, I haven't seen too much racing until the movie and then the movie captured it so well _ so specifically that it's got you by the edge of your seat," he said. "And then coming here and seeing how specific they were with the Speedway and the seating and everything."