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Arise Daily News Digest 5-28-2016
AL.COM - Roy Moore: Liberty Counsel files lawsuit over Alabama chief justice suspension.
AL.COM - AG Strange: Educators should 'simply ignore' federal transgender bathroom access guidance.
AL.COM - Two more people in Alabama diagnosed with Zika virus.
AL.COM - Here's how much you need to earn to rent a decent 2-bedroom apartment in Alabama.
AL.COM - Jeff Sessions: I would consider being Donald Trump's vice president.
AL.COM - Wiregrass officials say Hubbard acted as speaker under SEAGD contract.
ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER - Hubbard Trial Day Three: Witness Changes Testimony, Shocks Prosecution.
ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER - Contributor State Rep. Craig Ford: Another Missed Opportunity To Vote On The Lottery
ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER - Bentley Still Has Not Knocked Down Beach Wall
YELLOWHAMMER NEWS - Winners and losers from the first week of the Hubbard corruption trial.
DECATUR DAILY - Without Moore, state Supreme Court backtracks on lesbian adoption.
ANNISTON STAR - Anniston library hosts forum on pending cuts to Alabama Medicaid.
MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - SEAGD, APCI execs testify to Hubbard's involvement.
MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - Hubbard trial notes: The speaker's quiet business.
OPELIKA-AUBURN NEWS - Whatley working to keep Alexander City armory open.
OPELIKA-AUBURN NEWS - Witnesses say Hubbard acted as speaker for Southeast Alabama Gas District.
WASHINGTON POST - While the culture wars rage, Trump largely stays out of the fight.
WASHINGTON POST - The share of Americans struggling to afford food just hit a new post-recession low.
WASHINGTON POST - In Hiroshima 71 years after first atomic strike, Obama calls for end of nuclear weapons.
NEW YORK TIMES - Donald Trump’s Campaign Stumbles as It Tries to Go Big
NEW YORK TIMES - Behind Long Airport Lines, a Chain of T.S.A. Cuts, Missteps and Crises
NEW YORK TIMES - Tales of African-American History Found in DNA.
NEW YORK TIMES - Nebraska’s Ben Sasse: A ‘Never Trump’ Holdout in the Senate
BIRMINGHAM BUSINESS JOURNAL - Alabama's new weapon in the war against tax refund fraud? The selfie.