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Listeria cases linked to melon 'probable' in Az

With Arizona among 25 states that received cantaloupe from Colorado that has been linked with a listeria outbreak, it is “probable to possible” that some people will get sick during the next few weeks, a state health official said Thursday. ... Read more»

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Ban lifted on Mark Twain's 'Eve's Diary'

It's Banned Books Week, and to celebrate, a Massachusetts public library has added to its selection a Mark Twain book that has been off limits for more than a century.... Read more»

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Arizona felons have steep path to restore voting rights

Under Arizona law, repeat offenders must wait two years to apply for restoration to the county court that sentenced them. They must have completed their sentence, parole and probation time and paid all fines and restitution. It’s then up to a judge to accept or deny their request.... Read more»9

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