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Judge rejects motion to dismiss Ark. abortion suit

May 15, 2013

A federal judge said Wednesday that a challenge to Arkansas' new law banning most abortions 12 weeks into a pregnancy can proceed, rejecting the state's attempt to get the lawsuit dismissed.
U.S. District Judge Susan Webber Wright ruled that the lawsuit, which was brought by the American Civil Liberties Union of Arkansas and the Center for Reproductive Rights on behalf of two Little Rock abortion providers, made a strong enough case to warrant allowing it to go forward.

Shelby Says: Is Snapchat harmless or hurtful

May 15, 2013

By Shelby Woodall

The photo-sharing phenomenon that is sweeping smart phones across the nation allows users to share a photo that will essentially "self-destruct" in a given amount of time, only to disappear from the electronic world forever.
Or does it?
Snapchat is a photo-sharing app that allows you to take a picture, send that picture to another Snapchat user and after a certain amount of time chosen by the sender, the photo is deleted and the receiver can no longer see the photo.

Common Sense: Remembering mom

May 15, 2013

By Brent Davis, editor of The Saline Courier

A gentle smile and a friendly "My, me! Come see me!" Eyes that invited you to sit a spell. A soul lit from within that shared its glow with all who came into contact with it. A heart as big as all outdoors. A love of people that drew no distinction between family or friend. A faith that never waivered or doubted.
A wife. A sister. An aunt. A mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.
Words fail to adequately describe my mother, Roberta Davis.

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