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Topic - Ray Adams
Federal agents arrested four suspected members of a Georgia militia on charges of plotting attacks with toxins and explosives in Atlanta and against unnamed government officials.
The U.S. Justice Department is asking every school district in Alabama to hand over enrollment information about all their students as part of its lawsuit challenging that state's tough immigration law.
The story "Absolved" is by Mike Vanderboegh, a former Alabama militia leader who drew broader attention in 2010 when he urged people opposed to federal health care legislation to throw bricks through the windows of Democratic Party offices.