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FILE - In this Oct. 28, 2015 file photo, replicas of Republican presidential candidates Jeb Bush, left, and Marco Rubio face off in the free speech zone on the campus of the University of Colorado before the Republican presidential debate in Boulder, Colo. Some colleges provide so-called "free speech zones" as the only place where people can protest and distribute fliers. A student filed a federal lawsuit on Tuesday, March 28, 2017, against Los Angeles Pierce College, charging the community college violated his First Amendment rights in November 2016 when campus officials barred him from passing out copies of the U.S. Constitution because he wasn't in the free speech zone and because he hadn't applied to use it. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski, File)
College campus free-speech zones face new scrutiny, lawsuitFree-speech zones on U.S. college campuses are facing renewed scrutiny from lawmakers and students aided by a Philadelphia free-speech group
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Iowa Republicans back 'fetal heartbeat' abortion legislationIowa Republicans are backing legislation banning abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, prompting Democrats to threaten an all-night filibuster to prevent an initial procedural vote
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Man gets 15 months in wine theft from California restaurantProsecutors say a federal judge in California has sentenced a man to 15 months in prison following his conspiracy conviction in the theft of more than $500,000 worth of wine from a famed Napa Valley restaurant
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In a June 15, 2016 photo, Julian Rodgers poses for a portrait at OTR Live! in Cincinatti. Rodgers, the operator of the Cincinnati nightclub where a gunfight killed one man and injured multiple other people, onMarch 26, 2017,issued a statement late Monday, March 27, 2017, rejecting claims by some Cameo club patrons that people paid cash to avoid long waits to get into the crowded club as "untrue." Rodgers announced the club will close permanently as of March 31.  (Meg Vogel/The Cincinnati Enquirer via AP)
Club operator denies security bypass allowed before shootingA Cincinnati nightclub operator denies that some people were allowed to bypass security checks that included metal-detection wands before a gunbattle erupted, killing one man and injuring 16 other people
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APNewsBreak: Judge approves release of jailed Mexican manAn immigration judge says a Mexican man arrested despite participating in a program designed to protect those brought to the U.S. illegally as children can be released from custody pending deportation proceedings
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