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Arise Daily News Digest 8-31-2016

AL.COM - Ethics Commission to reconsider solar power lease for PSC member.

AL.COM - Alabama election officials inundated with 'hundreds' of complaints from Aug. 23 contest.

AL.COM - Austal-built LCS Coronado suffers engine problems on first deployment.

AL.COM - BAE Systems in Mobile to cut workforce in half amid unpredictable oil prices.

AL.COM - Gov. Robert Bentley announces appeal of federal lawsuit over refugees.

AL.COM - ITT Tech stops student enrollment: For-profit college has 1,600 students in Mobile, Bessemer, Madison.

AL.COM – Contributor Ben Baxter: Anti-government sentiments for all—unless you're black.

AL.COM – Contributor Regina Taylor: Alabama law schools can help reduce voter fraud. Here's how.

SENATE SKETCHES - “Senate Sketches,” Sen. Hank Sanders’ weekly message to his constituents.

ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER - Special Prosecution Division Puts Politicos On Notice

ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER - Reaction to Senate’s Killing of Lottery Bill

ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER - A Gun or A Bitter Pill: The Test We Face

YELLOWHAMMER NEWS - Alabama moves to protect election systems after FBI discovers hacks in other states.

DECATUR DAILY - Lottery issue not going away.

ANNISTON STAR - The Anniston Star: Ignoring the needs of Alabama's working poor.

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - State tests 540 for tuberculosis after Hyundai case.

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - Columnist Josh Moon: We're not idiots, we just elect them.

OPELIKA-AUBURN NEWS - Alabama prison on lockdown after inmate fatally stabbed.

WASHINGTON POST - Trump to meet in Mexico with the country’s president.

WASHINGTON POST - Latino influx is upending GOP politics in the battleground of Florida.

WASHINGTON POST - Gavin Grimm just wanted to use the bathroom. He didn’t think the nation would debate it.

WASHINGTON POST - Most young people don’t vote — and these awkward efforts to woo them aren’t helping.

WASHINGTON POST - Could hackers tip a U.S. election? You bet.

WASHINGTON POST - Columnist Katrina vanden Heuvel: Will Trump’s poisonous politics leave lasting damage?

WASHINGTON POST - Muslims can wear headscarves for Alabama IDs. A Christian woman sues so she can, too.

NEW YORK TIMES - U.S. Reaches Goal of Admitting 10,000

Syrian Refugees. Here’s Where They Went.

NEW YORK TIMES - North Carolina Republicans Accused of Dodging Order to Fix Election Rules

NEW YORK TIMES - Court Costs Entrap Nonwhite, Poor Juvenile Offenders

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