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|Monday • March 27, 2023|
Today’s Front Page
Abortion division widens
By KIMBERLEE KRUESI and GEOFF MULVIHILL Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A group of Tennessee Republicans began this year’s legislative session hoping to add narrow exceptions to one of the strictest abortion bans in the country, armed with the belief that most people – even in conservative Tennessee – reject extremes on the issue. Tennessee law requires doctors to prove in court that they were saving a woman’s life when theyperformed an abortion. Surely, the lawmakers thought,…Read more
Recovery underway in tornado-devastated Mississippi
By MICHAEL GOLDBERG and EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS Associated Press ROLLING FORK, Miss. – Help began pouring into one of the poorest regions of the U.S. after a deadly tornado tore a path of destruction for more than an hour across a long swath of Mississippi, even as furious new storms Sunday struck across the Deep South. At least 25 people were killed and dozens of others were injured in Mississippi as the massive storm ripped through more than a half-dozen towns late Friday. A man was also…Read more
‘A top priority for the safety of students’
By LAURA RUMINSKI West Hawaii Today Holualoa Elementary held a School Community Council meeting to discuss plans for the future and new possible school designs amid concerns of mold and other potential health hazards at the 128-year-old school. Randall Tanaka, assistant superintendent for the Hawaii State Department of Education’s Office of Facilities and Operations, outlined plans to rebuild the school in phases, while noting funding would be a big issue in how long it would take for the…Read more
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