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Arise Daily News Digest 1-19-2017

AL.COM - UAB cancels 'partisan' Trump Inaugural counseling group.

AL.COM – Columnist Kyle Whitmire: Defeat from the jaws of victory: How could AG Luther Strange be this dumb?

AL.COM - Rep. Bradley Byrne: Most of my constituents on Affordable Care Act 'don't like it'.

AL.COM - Alabama Ethics Commission changes how it confirms complaints.

AL.COM - Talladega gathers to cheer for band before Trump inauguration.

AL.COM – Columnist John Archibald: 176 retired generals and admirals speak to Trump - and America.

AL.COM - Terri Sewell boycotting Donald Trump inauguration, citing 'disrespect' of John Lewis.

AL.COM - Program piloted in Alabama enlists gun industry to fight suicide.

AL.COM - Alabamians covered under Obamacare worry about repeal.

AL.COM – Contributor Karim Shamsi-Basha: I will not be at the inauguration, I'll be mourning democracy.

AL.COM – Columnist Roy Johnson: John Lewis is leading the march again; many follow, some not yet.

YELLOWHAMMER NEWS - Conservatives give over $625k for historically black Alabama college to perform at Trump inauguration.

ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER - Alabama’s gambling fight, Part II: Follow the money.

ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER - House bill would allow up to 6 days of early voting in Alabama.

ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER - Alabama receives failing grade on forfeiture transparency.

ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER - Columnist Joey Kennedy: Hoping for the best, fearing the worst.

EDUCATION MATTERS - Larry Lee: Dial Legislative Committee Continues Investigation Into State Superintendent Search. And Once Again, Ends Up With More Questions Than Answers.

DECATUR DAILY - After Bentley veto last year, driver’s license office bill back.

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - The Tuscaloosa News: Solutions needed, not grandstanding.

ANNISTON STAR - Lilly Ledbetter reflects on work with Obama administration.

ANNISTON STAR - Some committee members hope to restart Bentley impeachment.

ANNISTON STAR - The Anniston Star: President Obama should pardon Don Siegelman.

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - Early Alabama budget reform report expected next month.

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - Contributor Johnny Ford: Ford still supports Sessions

OPELIKA-AUBURN NEWS - The Opelika-Auburn News: Jeff Sessions has earned right to serve as attorney general.

OPELIKA-AUBURN NEWS - Department of Early Childhood Education to ask for $20 million in more funding.

WASHINGTON POST - Trump Cabinet nominees meet growing ethical questions.

WASHINGTON POST - United States? A snapshot of Trump’s America on Day One

WASHINGTON POSTThe Washington Post: Five policies Trump might get right.

WASHINGTON POST - AP-NORC Poll: Americans of all stripes say fix health care.

NEW YORK TIMES - Choice for Health Secretary Is Vague on Replacing Affordable Care Act

NEW YORK TIMES - Student Loan Collector Cheated Millions, Lawsuits Say

NEW YORK TIMES - Views on Abortion Strain Calls for Unity at Women’s March on Washington

NEW YORK TIMES – Columnist Nicholas Kristof: Missing Barack Obama Already

USA TODAY - The Talladega band is performing at the inauguration, despite protests.

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