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Windy City Times 2016-01-19

Task Force reverses cancellation of Israel-focused Creating Change event

Kirk signs on as Equality Act co-sponsor

BOOK REVIEW The Story of Fester the Cat

National roundup: Murderer sentenced; Eric Fanning; Montana's pro-LGBT move

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