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New chief faces possible DOJ probe, community distrust

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COLUMBUS (AP) — The new Columbus police chief is no stranger to federal oversight. In Elaine Bryant's last job as deputy chief of Detroit police, the department was under a consent decree for more than a dozen years — the majority of her career.
So as the first Black woman to hold the post in Ohio's capital city awa ... (full story)


State lawmakers work to strip old 'whites only' covenants

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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Fred Ware and his son were researching the history of the home he's owned in the Hartford suburbs since 1950 when they discovered something far uglier than they expected.
Tucked in a list of rules on the home's original deed from the developer was a provision that said: "No persons of any race ... (full story)


EXPLAINER: Does suspension end Giuliani's career in law?

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CHICAGO (AP) — The days of practicing law for the mob-busting prosecutor turned point man for pushing Donald Trump's false claims about the 2020 election may be over.
Rudy Giuliani's law license has already been suspended in his home state. That suspension, in practice, may well amount to a national suspension.
A New ... (full story)


Cannabis industry in New Mexico faces big challenge of water

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MADRID, N.M. (AP) — Where some see desert, Cid and Medina Isbell see opportunity.
Standing on a plot on their 30-acre property just north of Madrid, they envision a greenhouse full of cannabis plants where brush, sunflowers and cactuses now grow.
They are among many hopeful entrepreneurs who see New Mexico's upcoming l ... (full story)


Governors pin hopes on full vaccine approval as cases climb

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — As U.S. regulators weigh giving the final stamp of approval for certain COVID-19 vaccines, governors in states hard hit by the pandemic hope the move will help persuade the many holdouts in their states to finally get the shot.
The governors of Arkansas and Ohio — where cases and hospitalizat ... (full story)