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E-cigarette bill stalls despite 'mad dash' to put it through

03/15/2014 9:41am
After 10 substitutions and multiple debates throughout the legislative session, a bill looking to regulate electronic cigarettes was extinguished late Thursday night after a "mad dash" to push it through.

Lawyers: Allowing judge's ruling on same-sex marriage would be 'judicial wrecking ball'

03/15/2014 10:45am
Upholding a federal judge's decision to strike down Utah's marriage law would be a "judicial wrecking ball" hurtled at state sovereignty, lawyers for Utah told a federal appeals court late Friday.

17-year-olds cast first votes in March 18 primary

03/15/2014 11:20am
State election officials say more than 11,000 17-year-old students across Illinois have registered to vote in the March 18 primary under a new state law.

California GOP governor hopefuls vie for support

03/15/2014 2:50pm
Two Republicans who are running for governor are sticking to familiar themes and familiar faces as they try to win over new supporters at this weekend's party convention in Burlingame.
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