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Arise Daily News Digest 2-9-2016

AL.COM - Governor to make major announcement tomorrow about Medicaid.

AL.COM - Alabama poet laureate Andrew Glaze dead at 95.

AL.COM - Redding Pitt, former head of Alabama Democratic Party, has died.

AL.COM - FEC warns Senate candidate Jonathan McConnell he may face audit for late filing.

AL.COM - 51st anniversary of Bloody Sunday set for next month.

AL.COM - Tuscaloosa should return $1.2 million in tornado aid, feds say.

AL.COM - Alabama lawmakers consider bill protecting Confederate monuments.

AL.COM - Lottery bill scheduled for early hearing in Alabama Legislature.

AL.COM - Judge postpones hearing in Speaker Mike Hubbard case.

AL.COM - Regions' layoffs in Alabama to impact Birmingham, Montgomery hardest.

AL.COM - Shopping cart invented by Alabama mom going nationwide in Target stores.

AL.COM – Columnist Kyle Whitmire: What Cam Newton could learn from Donald Trump about the media and second place.

AL.COM - Supporters help open Hillary Clinton's Birmingham campaign office.

AL.COM – Contributor Jennifer Brown: Lawmakers should reject efforts to repeal College & Career Ready Standards.

AL.COM – Contributor Ben Baxter: Why black wealth matters.

AL.COM – Contributor John Dove: Innocent until proven guilty? Not in Alabama.

ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER - Reporter Bill Britt: Power: Fierce and Fragile

ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER - Shelby Says Ground-based Midcourse Defense System is Critical

EDUCATION MATTERS - Marsh Addresses RAISE “Misconceptions”

DECATUR DAILY - Bill on historical monument removal will be discussed.

(FLORENCE) TIMES DAILY - The Times Daily: It’s time to do away with Selective Service process.

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - Legislatures consider special protections for gun industry.

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - Demonstrators rally for breastfeeding rights.

ANNISTON STAR - Local leaders oppose bill about historical monuments.

ANNISTON STAR - Here are 5 issues the Legislature will take on starting this week.

ANNISTON STAR - The Anniston Star: Alabama has an opportunity.

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - Rep. Martha Roby’s VA bill set to pass House.

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - Martha Roby gets U.S. Chamber of Commerce endorsement.

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - Selma may see two Bloody Sunday commemorations.

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - Columnist Stephen Cooper: Executions hardly an exact science.

OPELIKA-AUBURN NEWS - Judge delays prosecutorial misconduct hearing in Hubbard case.

DOTHAN EAGLE - Legislators outline budget woes, mention possibilities for legislative session.

WASHINGTON POST - What should be done with architecture of white supremacy?

WASHINGTON POST - ‘Promise you’ll never put me in a nursing home’

WASHINGTON POST - An unprecedented experiment in mass forgiveness.

WASHINGTON POST - Presidential hopefuls make a final N.H. sprint in wild 2016 campaign.

WASHINGTON POST - Contributor Jared Bernstein: Bargaining power and the wage curve: Important new evidence.

WASHINGTON POST - Here’s what happened after the state of Washington accidentally let thousands of inmates out early.

WASHINGTON POST - 2016 should feature the most diverse electorate in American history.

WASHINGTON POST - Columnist Catherine Rampell: ‘Progressive’ and ‘conservative’ have become meaningless terms in 2016.

WASHINGTON POST - Columnist Richard Cohen: The rising storm of ethnic fear in Europe and the United States.

NEW YORK TIMES - Unsafe Lead Levels in Tap Water Not Limited to Flint

NEW YORK TIMES - Congressional Republicans Balk at Obama’s Budget, Sight Unseen

NEW YORK TIMES - Obama Will Seek $11 Billion for Homeless Families

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