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March 20, 2007

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Mar 20,2007
One sleepless night after learning he was holding the winning $182.7 million Powerball jackpot ticket, Daniel Gannon of Milwaukie claimed his prize Monday at the Lottery office in Salem. Gannon, 60, matched all five numbers and the power ball number in Saturday's multi-state Powerball lottery game to win the $182.7 million jackpot, although he elected to take the cash jackpot of more than $88 million  The lucky winner purchased the ticket at the Safeway on ... [full story]
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Mar 20,2007
Governor's signature would make state the 29th with official English law WASHINGTON - The Idaho House of Representatives voted 46-20 last night to make English the official language of the state, sending the bill to Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter for his signature. If signed into law, Idaho will be the 29th state to enact official English legislation. "Idaho residents should be proud of the effort their legislators have made to maintain economic prosperity and the American ... [full story]
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Mar 20,2007
WASHINGTON - Two former White County corrections officers were found guilty on Friday by a federal jury in Nashville, Tenn., of violating the constitutional rights of an inmate at the White County Jail in May 2004. The announcement was made by Wan J. Kim, Assistant Attorney General for the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, and Craig Morford, U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee. "These defendants violated the public's trust and broke faith with ... [full story]
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Mar 20,2007
WASHINGTON - The Senate appears ready to curb the president's power to hire and fire U.S. attorneys such as San Diego's Carol Lam, whom Democrats claim was ousted because she aggressively pursued corruption cases involving Republicans. Senators vowed Monday to use subpoenas, hearings and legislation to prevent what they called an "abuse of power" that led to the recent firings of Lam and seven other federal prosecutors. "Our country is based on the principle of ... [full story]
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