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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Thomas Jones
When a New Jersey blogger urged readers to "take up arms" against Connecticut lawmakers and suggested that government leaders "obey the Constitution or die," his words went above and beyond the usual threats public officials receive, two Connecticut officials testified Thursday.
Rumbling through a huge hole on the right side, Thomas Jones burst into the clear and ran 70 yards before a Jacksonville defensive back knocked him out of bounds on the 4-yard line.
"An inmate has no substantive expectation of clemency," Jones said.
"It is the stuff of science fiction, but like in so many other areas of science fiction, it's possible to begin the process of making them reality," said former astronaut Thomas Jones, an adviser to the company.