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Lawyer, Lawyer? (access required)

By Christopher Gatewood, Assistant Editor Most Hollywood movies require the willing suspension of disbelief. Liar Liar, the latest Jim Carrey vehicle, requires the willing suspension of distaste at the underlying lawyer joke. If you can take that step, you’ll find ...

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First race suit against USDA is settled (access required)

WASHINGTON–A southern Virginia farmer has become the first of a group of blacks to settle one of a backlog of racial discrimination complaints against the United States Agriculture Department. Willie L. Chute, 38, of Baskerville, had filed an administrative complaint ...

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Free speech center announces 'muzzle awards' (access required)

CHARLOTTESVILLE–A former U.S. senator who sponsored a bill that criminalized indecency on the Internet is among the recipients of the annual Jefferson Muzzle Awards for censorship. James Exon, a Nebraska Democrat, and other unnamed champions of the Communications Decency Act ...

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