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Commissioner Blake Huffman running for governor

Commissioner Blake Huffman running for governor

Huffman, 52, becomes the first elected official to join the Republican field of candidates. Huffman, a Republican from Shoreview, recently told the Pioneer Press that he was considering a 2018 bid to succeed Gov. There are also five announced Democrats: St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman, state Reps. The Bethel University graduate and his wife, Joy, are parents to six sons.


US Supreme Court blocks execution

US Supreme Court blocks execution

Both Bishop Anthony Taylor of Little Rock and Bishop Frank Dewane of Venice, the chair of the USA bishops' domestic justice and human development committee, have spoken out against the planned executions . The legal fight in Arkansas follows that of other states, including Arizona and Oklahoma, where critics argue midazolam, the sedative used in lethal injections, does not put a person in a deep enough state of unconsciousness .



Gorsuch To Hear Missouri Religious Liberty Case

The church sought a state grant given to facilities that use recycled tires as a surface for playgrounds to improve safety. He then apologized to the lawyes and his fellow justices for taking up so much time , a theme he'd return to repeatedly.


Brooklyn robbery suspect falls to death on Facebook Live

Brooklyn robbery suspect falls to death on Facebook Live

Ford told The News that she had no idea that her son was heading to the apartment, and had never heard of the man who was apparently letting Chandler sleep there. . 'I'm about to jump out the window. "I'm about to jump out the window". They right there bro'. Police officers were not in the apartment when Chandler climbed out.



In business dealings, Donald Trump has ignored 'Buy American' ethos

There was a significant drop, at least 16 percent, in the applications for the H1B visas for highly-skilled workers this year than in 2016. "Instead, they should be given to the most skilled and highest paid applicants and they should never ever be used to replace Americans", said the United States president in Wisconsin.