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By Kate Golden on January 13, 2009No Comment
  • The ACLU claims Roman Catholic bishops are wrongly imposing their religious beliefs on victims of human trafficking.  [Associated Press]
  • The overlap of names on Bill Clinton's foundation donor list and business interests raises questions about ethical conflicts between Hillary's official actions and her husband's fundraising.  [Associated Press]
  • Barack Obama chooses the head of a leading anti-tobacco organization to be the number two at the Department of Health & Human Services.  [New York Times]
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