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LEO talks with lawyer who challenged DOMA

James Esseks is part of the legal team that challenged the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) in the U.S. vs. Windsor case before the Supreme Court last month.

Inbox — April 10, 2013

Letters to the Editor

NuRu in Hot Water

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Flying high

Louisville Cardinals overcome adversity to win national championship

Champions are forged from tempered steel. From elements to elegance, they are a beautiful construct.

Inbox — April 3, 2013

Letters to the Editor

All About the Ball

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Just win the game

Despite gruesome injury suffered by Kevin Ware, the Cards dominate Duke and head to the Final Four

From the day the seedings and pairings for the 2013 NCAA Tournament were announced three weeks ago, everyone knew Louisville, as the No.

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Bottom dollar

Portland neighborhood pushes back against Trojan horse liquor licenses

Since the Great Recession, dollar stores and their rock-bottom prices have capitalized on the diminished incomes and increased anxieties of Americans in poor neighborhoods in cities across the coun

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Freedom ride

Louisville filmmaker, activist chronicles recent trip to Israeli-occupied West Bank

On March 15, I left Louisville for a 12-day freedom ride through the Israeli-occupied West Bank of Palestine on the Freedom Bus, sponsored by the Jenin Freedom Theater of Palestine.

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Fables of Coal

Can a statewide candidate challenge coal in Kentucky and win, and will we ever find out?

After months of Democratic strategists and state legislators dismissing her possible challenge against Sen.

Smoke and mirrors

Critics claim bipartisan pension reform deal lauded by state legislators is flawed

With the clock ticking down on the final day of this year’s General Assembly session, it appeared partisan gridlock was once again the big winner in Frankfort, as the House and Senate couldn&

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Food fight

Genetically modified ingredients are present in most processed foods in the U.S., but thanks to powerful lobbying, you’d never know it

During the 2012 election, California became the battleground in a national proxy war over genetically engineered food.