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Salem-News.com (Jan-15-2014 11:47)
Salon.com: Jailing of an Alabama Blogger: It`s Worse Than We ThoughtArticle by Natasha Lennard
A New York Times report on the imprisonment of a journalist may have underplayed how chilling the case is...
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On Monday I highlighted the case of Roger Shuler, an Alabama blogger currently under indefinite detention in a state prison after refusing to remove items from his blog in adherence to an injunction ruling. His detention is a striking abrogation of First Amendment protections.
Salem-News.com (Oct-30-2013 11:57)
Civil Rights Coalition Victorious in Suit Against Alabama`s Anti-Immigrant LawSalem-News.com
Agreement Permanently Blocks Most of the Law’s Worst Provisions, Strictly Limits Racial Profiling Provision.
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The coalition of civil rights groups that challenged Alabama’s anti-immigrant law, HB 56, announced today an agreement that permanently blocks key provisions of the law and significantly limits racial profiling under sections 12 and 18, the “show me your papers” provisions.
Salem-News.com (Oct-01-2012 13:19)
Alabama State Bar President Honors Salem-News Investigative Reporter Marianne SkolekSalem-News.com
Alabama bar president pays tribute to the efforts and spirit of our writer Marianne Skolek, who works tirelessly to expose the real motivations and stark realities of big pharmaceutical giants like Purdue Pharma.
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The video below is from the JUST Story series with Phillip W. McCallum, President-Elect of the state bar in Alabama.
Salem-News.com (Mar-03-2012 16:10)
Alabama: Prevent Execution of Thomas ArthurSalem-News.com
Salem-News.com Eye on the World Report.
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Since 1973, 140 persons—have been released from death row, after it was proven that they were in fact innocent of the crimes they were convicted of.
Salem-News.com (Feb-08-2012 12:16)
Red Hot Chili Peppers to Rock the Hangout Music FestSalem-News.com
Festival tickets on sale this week.
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The Hangout Music Fest announced today the third main stage headliner to the highly anticipated 2012 lineup: the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who will be touring in support of their latest Grammy-nominated album, I'm With You.
Salem-News.com (Dec-04-2011 21:13)
Human Experiments: Outsourcing TuskegeeBy Farid Zakaria Special to Salem-News.com
News from the Office of Scientific and Medical Justice.
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A new report details human experiments led by US researchers and drug companies on Africans who are typically undereducated, poor, and lack full understanding of their rights. The human subjects often are led to believe that they are receiving medical treatment from governmental health services or health ministries.
Salem-News.com (Oct-25-2011 23:14)
Advocates Say Wind Energy is Driving Down Consumer Electric RatesSalem-News.com
Bumper crop under construction shows U.S. tax incentive is working.
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Wind energy is more affordable than ever, and new installations across the country are saving consumers money on their electric bills, as utilities rush to lock in long-term favorable rates.
Salem-News.com (May-18-2010 10:34)
Darwinism As A Campaign IssueRalph E. Stone Salem-News.com
How are we going to keep up with the rest of the world in innovation and scientific discovery when adherents of pseudo-science wield so much influence in our society?
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Darwinism versus creationism became a campaign issue in the Alabama GOP nomination for governor.
Salem-News.com (May-09-2010 01:50)
Ugly Truth About the American Cancer SocietyTim King Salem-News.com
American Cancer Society argues new findings, that dangers from environmental toxins are greatly underestimated.
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The jig is up on the real danger of contracting cancer from environmental contamination; a panel convened by Pres. Carter says danger is far worse than the groups charged with fighting cancer reveal.
Salem-News.com (Feb-12-2010 17:21)
University of Alabama Shooting Leaves Several DeadTim King Salem-News.com
This is only the latest tragic school shooting to take place in the United States. It may however be very unique if it is determined that the female shooter is a staff member.
(HUNTSVILLE, Ala.) - Three people are confirmed to be dead at the University of Alabama, after a shooting that happened just after 4:05 today. Police say a suspect is in custody. Unconfirmed reports indicate that the shooter is a staff member of the school.Read Full Article