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Crosstalk 11/2/2012 News Round-Up--Jim Schneider CD

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It was Jim Schneider’s turn to clear the Crosstalk news desk.  Here’s what he found:    

--New Jersey utility workers reject help from Alabama utility workers because the
   Alabama workers are not union members.
--Connecticut utility workers pelted with eggs after the mayor claimed that the local
   power company shortchanged the state’s largest city as it tries to cover hurricane
   Sandy.  
--New York State asked federal government to pay all the costs of cleanup from
   hurricane Sandy.
--E.P.A. administrator Lisa Jackson announced that her agency has approved the         
   emergency fuel waiver for New Jersey.
--Department of Homeland Security is temporarily waiving some maritime rules to allow
   foreign oil tankers from the Gulf of Mexico to enter northeastern ports.
--New Jersey to deploy military trucks to serve as polling places on election day in storm
   struck communities.
--I.R.S. officially reported that they are not auditing churches because they don’t have the
   authority to take away a church’s tax exempt status.
--The Republican National Committee has asked officials in Ohio and five other states to
   fix voting devices.
--3 of the 9 Supreme Court Justices will be turning 80 years of age before the 2016
   election.
--Planned Parenthood took in $487.4 million in government health services grants and
   reimbursements for the fiscal year ending June 30th of 2010.
--V.P. Joe Biden calls transgender discrimination the civil rights issue of our time.
--Valerie Jarrett says Obama wants to spend more time on the road if re-elected.
--Department Of Interior requiring private oil companies to hire marine mammal and   
   sea turtle monitors if the companies are granted a lease to drill off shore.
--As of yesterday, the Obama administration has missed their second straight legal
   deadline for disclosing its regulatory plans and their economic impact to Congress and
   the American people.
-- Iowa joins Texas in warning international election observers of possible criminal
   prosecution if they violate state laws and get near polling places on election day.
--Planned Parenthood putting another $835,000 into its efforts to attack Romney’s pro-
   life positions.
--Proponents of gay marriage getting nasty in their campaign tactics.
--One Washington state county general election ballot has a spelling error that makes it
   appear as though citizens will be voting for president and vice-president of the “Untied
   States” rather than of the United States.
--Bill Clinton tells college students to re-elect President Obama because of his college
   tuition practices alone.
--Nearly half of 600 Muslim-American citizens polled that planned on voting believe
   parodies of Mohammed should be prosecuted criminally in the U.S. and 1 in 8 says
   violators should face the death penalty.
--Election expected to hinge on Ohio but problems exist with provisional ballots.
--On November 6th, Massachusetts citizens will face a critical vote to decide the Death
   with Dignity Act.
--5 years after Oregon legalized physician assisted suicide it’s been found that nearly
   90% of people who ask their doctors for help in killing themselves later changed their
   minds.
--A federal judge in Michigan becomes the second in the nation to say he would halt the
   enforcement of the Obamacare mandate that employers pay for abortion drugs
   regardless of their religious views.
--Hobby Lobby must obey the Health and Human Services mandate that requires
   religious companies to pay for drugs that cause women to have abortions.
--Attorney General Eric Holder is allegedly connected to an abortionist who’s been
   accused of defrauding Medicaid, killing a woman during a failed abortion, and allowing
   another woman’s child to die due to sub-par medical care.
--U.S. birth rate at an all time low in America in 2011.
--Homosexual activists in Brazil joined by coalition of United Nations groups in an effort      
   to pressure the nation to criminalize homophobia.
--Irvine, California, resident requests that a sign be installed to memorialize fish killed in
   traffic crash.


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