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Wisconsin Dems Want Insurance Companies Monitored on Premium Hike

Two Wisconsin Democrats are proposing a bill that would force insurance companies to give consumers 60 days’ notice before a rate increase could be implemented and also force the state Office of the Commissioner of Insurance to hold public hearings if the companies wanted to raise rates over 10%.

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Former Baltimore Police Commissioner Slams Police: They ‘Took a Knee’

On Wednesday night, former Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts told a crowd at Mount St. Mary’s University that police “took a knee” after riots in April, blaming their activity for rising crime rates that ended in his firing. Batts said, “Part of the crime rate increase is that the police officers at some point took a knee, and they are doing that like other officers.”

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Muslim Group Puts Up Billboards Touting Mohammed, Islam

According to the Associated Press, the Islamic Circle of North America has now put up dozens of billboards all over the United States proclaiming the beauty of Islam. The billboards, which explain that “Mohammed believed in peace, social justice, women’s rights” and “Muhammed always taught love, not hate; peace, not violence,” may not be historically accurate, but they’re going up in San Diego, New York, Boston, Phoenix, Memphis and other cities around America just the same.

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Bail Bonds Agents Busted

Thirty-one bail bonds agents have been arrested by law enforcement officers working with the California Department of Insurance and the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office.


Curt Schilling Fires Back Off-The-Record; Website Publishes

Awfulannouncing.com decided to ignore common courtesy and publicized Red Sox legend and ESPN baseball analyst Curt Schilling’s off-the-record letter that accused the site of a lack of integrity as well as parsing Schilling’s tweet to help stir up the hornet’s nest that got Schilling suspended from the cable sports network.

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First Same-Sex Marriage in Tijuana

Last week, same-sex marriage came to Tijuana, as Baja California’s largest city was the site of the nuptials between designer Luis Vargas, 48, and businessman Michael Bujazán, 71.

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Another Water Bond?

Unsatisfied with Proposition 1, the $7.5 billion water bond approved by California voters last November, a former deputy secretary of the state’s Natural Resources Agency wants to put yet another water bond on the 2016 ballot.

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