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Some Clinton Supporters Complain Only Wealthy Backers Have Candidate's Ear

With 76 days to go before the election, Hillary Clinton is busy doing closed-door fundraisers. David Greene talks to Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-OH, about whether Clinton needs more contact with voters.
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Artist Peter Doig Says He Didn't Paint This, And A Judge Agrees

A retired corrections officer says he bought the painting from Doig in 1976, but Doig (now a famous artist) says that wasn't him. So the retiree lawyered up and went to court.
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Louisiana Flooding Puts A Lot Of Rep. Grave's District Under Water

Almost two weeks after severe flooding in Louisiana, President Obama will visit the state. David Greene talks to Republican Rep. Garret Graves about how his district is doing.
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Obama Transgender Bathroom Directive Blocked Temporarily By Judge

Renee Montagne talks to Attorney General Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, one of the states granted an injunction which keeps guidance from the administration on transgender students from going into effect.
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Need A Fill Of Drugstore History? Try Tucson's Pharmacy Museum

The centerpiece of the History of Pharmacy Museum is a penny candy jar filled with old wads of gum allegedly chewed by the infamous gangster John Dillinger and stuck under a pharmacy counter.
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Transgender Teens Travel To N.C. Gender Clinic, The Only One In The South

While a heated debate continues about North Carolina's "bathroom bill," a clinic in the state is helping transgender teenagers transition. It's the only gender clinic in the South for teens.
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Florida's Zika Cases Weigh On Businesses, State And Local Officials

Business leaders worry that designating neighborhoods as hot zones will hurt tourism. State and local officials are concerned about how information is being released about Zika's spread.
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Latest Religious Liberty Battle: Church-Affiliated Colleges And LGBT Students

A California lawmaker's push to reduce discrimination against LGBT people at religious colleges and universities sparks new debate over the separation of church and state.
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Political Strategists Weigh In On Whether Trump Can Turn His Campaign Around

David Greene talks to two top political strategists — Eric Fehrnstrom and Doug Hattaway — on what it takes to turn a campaign around, and if they think GOP nominee Donald Trump can do it.
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Americans Like Their Schools Just Fine — But Not Yours

Two new polls show contradictions and partisan divides in the public's opinion of education.

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