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McCollum's legislative efforts to combat gun violence

Congresswoman Betty McCollum (MN-04) this week noted that in 2012, the United States suffered 16 mass shootings with 151 fatalities.  The brutal trend is a symptom of a larger problem: widespread gun violence, she said in a statement to news media. She said all Members of Congress have a duty to their constituents to address specific legal loopholes that allow dangerous individuals to commit violent acts with guns.
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Calling for stricter federal gun laws

Calling for stricter federal gun lawsMinneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak and mayors and public safety officials from throughout the Midwest rallied together in a call for stricter federal gun laws.
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Dr. Edwin Bogonko takes over as president of the Twin Cities Medical Society

Dr. Edwin Bogonko takes over as president of the Twin Cities Medical SocietyDr. Edwin Bogonko, a former Kenya Medical Association secretary was last night installed as president of the 5,000 member Twin Cities Medical Society, the largest component society of the Minnesota Medical Association which represents most Minnesota physicians. The 10,000 member statewide MMA has 31 such component societies around the state with TCMS, which represents most metro area doctors, being the largest with its 5,000 members.
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Remembering the dreamer

Remembering the dreamerBut let judgment roll down as waters, and righteousness as a mighty stream. Amos 5:24 ERV

Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. quoted this powerful scripture in his famous I HAVE A DREAM speech. He believed God's Word. He took his Bible, the one President Obama will place his hand upon next week, very seriously; so seriously that he repeatedly risked his life to proclaim its message of love for God and love for neighbor.
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Rights chief Jessi Kingston passionate about business equality

Rights chief Jessi Kingston passionate about business equalityIn 2008, the Department of Human Rights & Equal Economic Opportunity (HREEO) did not exist in St. Paul government.
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Answering the Call Ellison: Brother Ali, Rabbi Latz join Rose McGee in fight against foreclosures


Answering the Call Ellison: Brother Ali, Rabbi Latz join Rose McGee in fight against foreclosures
Rose McGee is still fighting to keep her home, and she is getting a lot of support.
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January marks 150th anniversary of Emancipation Proclamation. Remembering our collective history


January marks 150th anniversary of Emancipation Proclamation.  Remembering our collective history
The Emancipation Proclamation, which set our nation on the path to the end of slavery, was signed 150 years ago this month. This year we should resolve to teach our children the story of our collective history. The past century and a half offers countless tales of bravery and sacrifice to inspire the next generation. Only by sharing our history will we be able to continue our progress over the next 150 years.
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People of color to become majority in 2060


WASHINGTON (NNPA) – In 2060 America will become a true melting pot of ethnicities and races, the U.S. Census Bureau projects.
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Cancellation of family skate event in Coon Rapids brings charges of racism

Cancellation of family skate event in Coon Rapids brings charges of racismA holiday event that was supposed to cater to kids ages 5 – 12 was cancelled when owners of a Coon Rapids skating rink insisted on $3,000 worth of police presence.
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Citing ‘naked racism,’ N.C. Governor pardons Wilmington Ten

Citing ‘naked racism,’ N.C. Governor pardons Wilmington TenRALEIGH, N.C. – In what civil rights leaders across the nation are calling a significant moment in the civil rights movement, North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue has granted individual pardons of actual innocence to all members of the Wilmington Ten.
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HUD Voucher Program fails to relocate families from poor neighborhoods

HUD Voucher Program fails to relocate families from poor neighborhoods WASHINGTON-Social scientists and policy makers have long understood the harmful effects that living in high poverty neighborhoods can have on children and adults. Numerous studies underscore the links between neighborhood disadvantage and a host of social problems, including high school dropout, infant mortality, cognitive difficulties, teenage childbearing and exposure to violence.
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