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  1. Angel Ortiz Paz was warming up his car just before 6 a.m. outside his Gaithersburg, Md., townhouse on a recent morning when federal agents pulled in behind him. Ortiz has lived in the U.S. for ...

  2. The Phoenix City Council may adopt a policy that would allow council members to remove one another from their positions for harassment or discrimination. Following the flood of allegations of ...

  3. In an effort to lower the number of drunken or distracted drivers on the road, Utah is on pace to become the first state to fully legalize self-driving cars. Wednesday, legislators in the state's ...

  4. Double Trouble

    Tucson Weekly4 days ago

    Vince Leach, R-Saddlebrooke, aim to limit the number of people using medical marijuana in Arizona, but given the state constitution's restrictions on changing voter-approved laws ...

  5. "It's like banning a car after a DUI. So we're going to start banning all cars now because of DUIs or accidents?" Instead, he says people should educate...blindfolded, I think it would ...

  6. Vt. ALCU director speaks in Bennington

    Bennington Banner4 days ago

    The American Civil Liberties Union is active in every state in the U.S., and Vermont is no exception. On Wednesday evening Vermont ACLU Executive Director James Lyall stopped by the Bennington ...

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