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FILE - In a Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015 file photo, Del. Joe Morrissey, I-Henrico, looks over the calendar during the House session at the Capitol in Richmond, Va.  Nearly three weeks after the 2015 legislative session started, leaders in the Virginia House of Delegates are still trying to figure out what to do with Morrissey, who is spending nights in jail after a sex scandal involving a teenager. Morrissey resigned his House of Delegates seat after prosecutors accused him of having sex with a 17-year-old girl. While serving a six-month jail term for contributing to the delinquency of a minor, he ran as an independent in a special election and reclaimed his seat. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File)
Virginia state House still mulling disgraced lawmaker's fateVirginia state House still deciding what to about disgraced lawmaker Joe Morrissey
The Associated Press18 minutes ago
Lawyer fights $1M fine over banned testimony, mistrialLawyer fights $1M fine over banned 'smoking' testimony that prompted new 4-week trial
The Associated Press28 minutes ago
Asians slower to seek immigration protectionAsians slower to seek immigration protection over stigma, fear, language barriers
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Mike Lacoss, top, Community High School of Vermont (CHSVT) educator, and an inmate and CHSVT student, bottom, look over blueprints at the Northern State Correctional Facility in Newport, Vt., on Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015.  The administration of Gov. Peter Shumlin is proposing to save nearly $2 million from the state budget by eliminating the community-based sites and limiting the Community High School to four of the state’s prisons, in Newport, St. Albans, South Burlington and Springfield. (AP Photo/Andy Duback)
Prison school's defenders say cuts would hurt missionVermont prison school's defenders say cuts would hurt corrections mission of rehabilitation
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Maximiano Vazquez-Guevara, left, his wife Ashley Bowen, and their 6-year-old daughter, Nevaeh Vazquez, pose for a photo outside their home Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015, in the northeast Denver suburb of Commerce City, Colo. The presidential executive order that fast-tracked immigration hearings for last summer's flood of Central American migrants may have had unintended consequences in canceling hearings for non-detained immigrants with longstanding cases such as Vazquez-Guevara. Vazquez-Guevarra, 34, recently won his appeal to become a legal permanent resident. But his case still needs to go in front of an immigration judge one last time, and it has been pulled from the docket.  Thousands of immigrants seeking legalization through the U.S. court system have had their hearings canceled and are being told by the government that it may be 2019 or later before their futures are resolved.  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
Immigrants could wait until 2019 to have cases resolvedWhile surge of Central Americans move through courts, thousands of immigrants wait In limbo
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