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  1. Vaccine Court Aims To Protect Patients And Vaccines

    It has been nearly 30 years since Congress established a special court to help keep good vaccines on the market and fairly compensate the rare person who has a severe reaction. Who wins these cases?
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  2. Legal Marijuana: Where The 2016 Presidential Candidates Stand

    Most candidates aren't as supportive as Rand Paul, who has held a fundraiser with the Colorado cannabis industry.
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  3. Sierra Leone's Last Ebola Patient Released, But Nation Not Yet 'Ebola-Free'

    The country celebrates but the World Health Organization says it must go six weeks without a new case before the nation can be declared virus-free.
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  4. Rebuilding A Life Shattered By An Earthquake In China

    NPR's Melissa Block was in China when a major earthquake hit in 2008. As she wraps up her time as host of All Things Considered, she reconnects with a Chinese girl who has overcome great challenges.
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  5. Attorneys For Kim Davis: Marriage Licenses Issued Friday Are 'Void'

    After spending the night in jail, Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis tells her lawyers, "All is well," adding that she slept well. She also says she is prepared to stay in jail.
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  6. Subway Phasing Out Bread Additive After Blogger Flags Health Concerns

    Just a few days after a food blogger created a buzz with an online petition raising questions about the safety of a food additive commonly used in commercial baking, sandwich giant Subway has announced plans to phase it out of its fresh-baked breads.
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  7. Colorado students get another break on standardized testing

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  8. Harvard Law Professor Crowdfunds $1 Million, Launches Presidential Bid

    Lawrence Lessig is running on a singular platform. If elected, he vows to expand voting access, ban gerrymandering and institute campaign finance reform — then resign.
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  9. Biden's Latest Signal He Won't Run For President

    The vice president's allies may be talking up a presidential bid, but recently Biden has made clear he's still very much reeling from the death of his son and isn't emotionally ready yet.
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  10. Mark Mothersbaugh's 'Myopia' exhibition extended by MCA Denver

    The DEVO frontman's first career retrospective runs through April 26 before travelling to other cities like Minneapolis, Akron and New York City.
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