Thursday, March 5, 2015

'so in the world of today: 4 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

so in the world of today:
-Several police employees at Ferguson were fired or put on leave over racist emails.
-The LDS church backed a Utah law that protects religious freedoms and protects Homosexuals from workplace and housing discrimination.
-The Benghazi committee is forcing Clinton to surrender her emails on the topic.
-The senate failed to overturn Obama’s Keystone pipeline veto.
-The US ambassador to South Korea was attacked.
-Teen use of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs are down, but their use of pot is up.
-The Supreme Court maintained a lower court’s decision, stating that a person’s DNA could be taken and used as evidence without their prior knowledge.

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