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More Than Just the Arch – Taking Pride in St. Louis

The last time I was in St. Louis I was still in my 20s, and I had the energy to party all night. After many shameless social media ...
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Kittens Found in Bag Near I-90 to Have First Checkup

Three weeks after a construction worker found them in a paper bag on the side of Interstate 90, five kittens are officially stepping onto the path of finding a forever home. ...
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Two Dozen Films Screening at Upcoming Festivals in the San Juan Islands

Two unique film festivals make an autumn getaway an artistic feast, as the “gourmet archipelago” sets the table to experience the bounty of the islands at its peak from mid-September to early November. ...
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Durkan Condemns City Council Plan That Would Cut $6.3 Million for Critical Services Like Food Banks and Child Care

Mayor Jenny A. Durkan Monday denounced a proposed plan by City Council that would cut $6.3 million funding they had approved for critical programs that provide nutrition assistance, child care for struggling families, and nursing care for low-income pregnant women. ...
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U.S. Supreme Court Considers Three Cases That Could Take America Backward

LGBT people could soon find themselves living in a nation where federal law says it is legal for them to be denied a job, fired, discriminated against at school, denied a loan, rejected by a doctor, and evicted from an apartment, simply because they are LGBT. ...
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Amazon Stops Selling ‘Gay Cure’ Book ‘A Parent’s Guide to Preventing Homosexuality’

Amazon, the nation’s largest seller of online books, stopped marketing A Parent’s Guide to Preventing Homosexuality by Joseph Nicolosi on Wednesday. ...
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Civil Rights Groups Urge Supreme Court to Protect LGBTQ Workers

These combined cases, which the Court will consider next term, examine whether employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity are covered under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. ...
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Everything you must know about best credit cards for students

The value of credit is even more enormous today since its score can also be checked when you practice for tons of things, akin to condominium, mobile phone phone contract, auto coverage, and even a job. ...
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Portion of East Denny Way Renamed ‘Barbara Bailey Way’ to Honor Late Civil Rights Champion

Under the legislation, the City of Seattle would officially rename the designated Festival Street portion of East Denny Way between Broadway East and 10th Avenue East to East Barbara Bailey Way, near the site of Bailey’s former small business, Bailey/Coy Books. ...
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One Day Only: Local Cats Permit Humans Limited Access During Catio Tour Seattle

Registered participants will receive a tour map with addresses, plus access to valuable resources for enriching the lives of cat companions. ...
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