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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Steve Howe
Kansas legislators wrestled Tuesday with whether revelations about the federal government's domestic surveillance program should prompt limits on electronic data-gathering by state and local government agencies.
While there are many unknowns, here is something that is almost certainly true: This is not the only case of extreme hazing or bullying inside a locker room. This one just went public. How many coaches at the collegiate and professional levels do you think asked, "Do we have any of that going on here?" this week?
Alex Rodriguez might not make it back to the Yankees this year. Or ever.
Major League Baseball is threatening to kick Alex Rodriguez out of the game for life unless the New York Yankees star agrees not to fight a lengthy suspension for his role in the sport's latest drug scandal, according to a person familiar with the discussions.
In question-and-answer form, a look at the issues and implications of Major League Baseball's possible suspension of New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez:
"That creates a huge safety issue, and I think most law enforcement officers are concerned about those kinds of issues," Howe said.
Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe, at the Statehouse for other meetings, said he hasn't had time to review the new language, but that the concept worries him.