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A DNA Mix-Up Involving a Washing Machine Kept a Man in Jail for 3 Years

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The Louisiana case highlights how prosecutors and crime labs withhold key documents from defense lawyers, keeping some defendants in custody for months or years.
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I run a Louisiana abortion clinic. Despite Supreme Court win, I'm nervous for our future.

States have passed hundreds of anti-abortion laws in the last few years. At the Supreme Court, we were successful in striking down just one.

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Should Bars Reopen? [Video]

Should Bars Reopen?

The U.S. national tally of COVID-19 cases stands at more than 2.4 million with nearly 125, 000 deaths. According to Gizmodo, a spike in cases happened when a number of states decided to reopen. Now states like Florida and Texas are reclosing bars or banning the consumption of alcohol at its bars. Kaiser Health News reported that bars in Idaho, Louisiana, Wisconsin and Florida are linked to coronavirus outbreaks.

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Here's the latest for Monday, June 29th: WH denies Trump briefed about US troop bounties; Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion clinic law; More Florida..
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Science prevails in Supreme Court ruling on abortion law that provided no medical benefit

The Supreme Court followed scientific research and evidence when it came to abortion in Louisiana. All courts and lawmakers should do the same.

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Activists react to SCOTUS abortion clinic ruling

A divided Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics on Monday, ruling the law requiring doctors who perform abortions have admitting..
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