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Once staunchly anti-immigrant, some observers say the conservative US state could lead the way in documenting migrants.
In a culture sold out to corporate interests, art remains the only evidence that we still live in a free society.
Lobbying groups for commercial enterprises are hoping new sentencing laws would translate into higher profits.
How new laws in the US are threatening activists' ability to uncover appalling treatment of animals.
Obama retained the message of bringing people together as a sub-theme to hope and change, writes Rosenberg.
Multiple undercover investigations over the years show horrific animal cruelty, neglect and abuse at slaughter plants.
Who is behind the American Legislative Exchange Council and how much influence does the group have on US state laws?
The abundant evidence of voter suppression belies the oft-heard claim that the US is the world's model democracy.
When Florida passed the US' first 'Kill at Will' law in 2005, it was a solution in search of a problem.
The National Rifle Association and ALEC were major backers of Florida's "stand your ground" law.
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