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Some Stories You Might Have Blinked And Missed This Week

Just some stories that may have escaped your notice this week: R.I.P. Aaron Swartz, 26. He changed our lives in ways you don't even realize. And our government helped push him over the edge. Oh, goody. Once again, Paul Ryan's fetal

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Just some stories that may have escaped your notice this week:

  • Oh, goody. Once again, Paul Ryan's fetal personhood bill makes it possible for rapists to sue victims to keep them from having abortions.
  • Mayor Bloomberg wants to cut off painkillers for the poor. Yes, there is a problem with junkies. There is also a problem with people in pain who use the ER as their primary source of medical care.
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