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Arise Dailiy News Digest 10-27-2016

AL.COM - Impeachment committee demands testimony from Gov. Robert Bentley.

AL.COM - Judge in Birmingham tosses lawsuit against Supreme Court justices who legalized gay marriage.

AL.COM - Donald Trump campaign bus rally encourages supporters in Mobile to focus on Florida, a key swing state.

AL.COM - Governor wants to hear from you about new federal education law.

AL.COM - Win $5,000 or more gambling and lose food stamps, state decides.

AL.COM - Hoover man seeks immunity from murder charge; stand your ground hearing held.

AL.COM – Columnist Cameron Smith: Donald Trump may be the Barry Goldwater Republicans need.

AL.COM - Protesters urge court to invalidate law that prevents Birmingham from raising minimum wage.

AL.COM - Supporters say Amendment 2 protects parks; vendor option has critics.

AL.COM - Alabama town runs out of money, furloughs most employees, police officers.

AL.COM - Opportunities open for women in manufacturing, leaders say.

AL.COM – Contributor Robert Wilkerson: Are our elections rigged?

AL.COM – Contributor Courtney Michaluk: Pressing for a smarter prison system.

ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER - Parker Asks That Judicial Canon Limiting Speech Be Declared Unconstitutional

ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER - Reporter Bill Britt: Alabama Supreme Court’s Actions: Justice or Machiavellian Scheme

YELLOWHAMMER NEWS -MollerTech plans $46M Alabama auto parts plant with 222 jobs.

(FLORENCE) TIMES DAILY - The Times Daily: Refugees undergo thorough screening.

GADSDEN TIMES - Judges to be picked Thursday to hear Moore appeal.

GADSDEN TIMES -The Gadsden Times: GOP needs to put forth solid health-care plan.

ANNISTON STAR - Alabama Supreme Court justice, unopposed, still raising campaign money.

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - Parks amendment language becomes point of contention.

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - Mathis challenges Roby: Congressional District 2 preview.

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - Jeff Sessions considers eliminating H-1B program.

WASHINGTON POST - Republican women increasingly fear party is alienating female voters.

WASHINGTON POST - Trump pledges ‘new deal for black America’.

WASHINGTON POST - U.S. fourth- and eighth-graders show gains on national science test.

WASHINGTON POST – Columnist George Will: Donald Trump may find a place in history — by losing just that badly.

WASHINGTON POST – Columnist Charles Lane: Most Americans don’t like the death penalty, right? Wrong.

WASHINGTON POSTThe Washington Post: Destitution in Central America can’t mean a suspension of border security in the United States.

NEW YORK TIMES - Beneath Cheers at Donald Trump’s Rallies, Dark Fears Take Hold

NEW YORK TIMES - Health Law Tax Penalty? I’ll Take It, Millions Say

SAN FRANCISCO BAYVIEW - Blood flows in Alabama prisons as state leaders sacrifice more bodies in pursuit of $1.5 billion for more prisons.

THINK PROGRESS - The inside story of the prisoner strike at one of the country’s deadliest prisons.

ALEX CITY OUTLOOK - New House Speaker McCutcheon talks legislative priorities at Chamber luncheon.

WSFA - AL Budget Reform Task Force reaches out to public for ideas

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