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Monday, October 28, 2013

CRL&P Morning Reads: Oct. 28, 2013

High school student who dressed as a homeless man pursuant to an assignment gets suspended for failing to identify himself to school officials quickly enough.

Christian school allegedly required black student to attend spiritual retreat glorifying Confederate history and Confederate flag.

ACLU requests that ICE immediately desist arresting people arriving at the courthouse to pay traffic tickets.

New GPS tracking projectile allows police to attach GPS to vehicles reducing the risk of chases.

New report says President Obama did not know about NSA's surveillance of foreign leaders.

Saudi women to continue campaign for right to drive.

 

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