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Obama backs consumer agency as it proposes payday rules

USATODAY.com – Mar 26 – WASHINGTON — President Obama will give a staunch defense of the federal government's consumer protection watchdog in a speech Thursday, defending it against Republican budget cuts the same day the agency is set to propose tough new payday…
Gavin Newsom RT @HillaryClinton: Abusive payday lenders take advantage of families trying to get ahead. Glad to see @BarackObama & @CFPB take a stand. t.co/7CALMIwGzi

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Apple's CEO: Pro-discrimination 'religious freedom' laws are dangerous

washingtonpost.com – Mar 29 – Tim Cook is chief executive of Apple. There's something very dangerous happening in states across the country. A wave of legislation, introduced in more than two dozen states, would allow people to discriminate against their neighbors. Some, such…
Nichole S. McCown RT @tim_cook: There's something very dangerous happening in states across the country. t.co/QJTkCuZVdo
lane hartwell RT @tim_cook: There's something very dangerous happening in states across the country. t.co/QJTkCuZVdo
Elaine Hsieh RT @tim_cook: There's something very dangerous happening in states across the country. t.co/QJTkCuZVdo
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Indiana Gov. Says 'Religious Freedom' Law Won't Change

abcnews.go.com – Mar 29, 10:06 AM – Indiana's controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act would not be changing, state Gov. Mike Pence said today during an exclusive interview on ABC's 'This Week.' Pence said that the issue had been turned into 'shameless rhetoric' and that the…
MarriageEqualityUSA #Indiana Gov. Mike Pence Says Controversial 'Religious Freedom' Law Won't Change t.co/qe0xYOBN5b via @ABC
Josh Dorner RT @PaulBegala: Watch @GovPenceIN dodge simple Yes-or-No Q from @GStephanopoulos: Does IN's new law allow anti-gay discrimination?http://t.co/EPFDDLL87c
HumanRightsCampaign RT @ThisWeekABC: .@GovPenceIN Says Controversial 'Religious Freedom' Law Won't Change. t.co/dxdgoyy2dI #ThisWeek
Marc Benioff RT @ThisWeekABC: .@GovPenceIN Says Controversial 'Religious Freedom' Law Won't Change. t.co/dxdgoyy2dI #ThisWeek
Marc Benioff Governor didn't answer repeated questions about whether it would allow business owners to discriminate against gays. t.co/z2V53m3HYq
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America's Hinge Moment

POLITICO – Doug Sosnik – D emocratic strategist Doug Sosnik was a close adviser to President Bill Clinton, and he's famed in Washington circles for his closely held, big-think memos on the state of American politics. Here's his latest. The country is going through the most…
POLITICO Doug Sosnik: We're nearing a shift that will signal an inevitable political earthquake t.co/m5KOukUFIE
POLITICO Presidential politics in 2016 will reflect the shifting reality of America t.co/Y03ko6plwc | AP Photo t.co/VtSjFZoj9S
POLITICO Presidential politics in 2016 will reflect the shifting reality of America. t.co/oOQm5CYEvj
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To Avert Repeat of 2008, Clinton Team Hopes to Keep Bill at His Best

nytimes.com Patrick Healy (@patrickhealy) – Mar 28 – Bill Clinton 's hearing has faded. With his head of white hair and frail frame, he looks older than his 68 years — “truly grandfatherly,” as one friend said. He often jokes about what would happen if he was to “drop…
Judy Farah RT @nytimes: If Bill Clinton veers far off script with just one stunner of a comment, his wife's 2016 campaign could stumble t.co/C5dGDiXhM0
Matt Lewis RT @amychozick: Clinton gave Romney advice on how to take on Obama in debates...right before his steller performance in first debate. t.co/eRcjjwQcgR
marcus baram Bill Clinton's role in a Hillary campaign: courting Latinos, African-Americans and high-dollar donors t.co/6Hqy3TMIB6
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Mike Pence Dodges Questions On Anti-Gay Discrimination In Indiana

huffingtonpost.com – Ryan J. Reilly – Mar 29, 8:01 AM – WASHINGTON -- Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) refused to say on Sunday whether it should be illegal under state law to discriminate against gays and lesbians. Pence appeared on ABC's 'This Week' to defend his decision to sign a controversial piece of…
Josh Dorner RT @HuffPostPol: Mike Pence dodges questions on anti-gay discrimination in Indiana t.co/lQvi6YH3sX
Huffington Post Mike Pence dodges questions on anti-gay discrimination in Indiana t.co/2cWVqVJHy8
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Video: Gov. Mike Pence on 'Religious Freedom' Law

abcnews.go.com – Mar 29 – The Republican Indiana governor is interviewed on 'This Week.' Coming up in the next {{countdown}} {{countdownlbl}}…
Bevan Dufty RT @Benioff: Must watch @ABC @ThisWeekABC @GStephanopoulos @GovPenceIN Yes its now legal to discriminate against gays in Indiana. t.co/uceiDvnTgQ
Marc Benioff Must watch @ABC @ThisWeekABC @GStephanopoulos @GovPenceIN Yes its now legal to discriminate against gays in Indiana. t.co/uceiDvnTgQ
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AP Exclusive: Before leak, NSA mulled ending phone program

bigstory.ap.org – Ken Dilanian – Mar 29, 8:10 AM – WASHINGTON (AP) — The National Security Agency considered abandoning its secret program to collect and store American calling records in the months before leaker Edward Snowden revealed the practice, current and former intelligence officials…
The Associated Press AP Exclusive: Before leak, NSA considered abandoning secret program to collect and store American calling records: t.co/VTlvKitUGf
Nu Wexler Bulk phone data collection 'posed unacceptable privacy risks while doing little if anything to stop terrorism.' t.co/vMlh06N9vp
marcus baram RT @New_Narrative: AP Exclusive: Some at NSA thought costs of collecting US calling records exceeded the benefits: t.co/s04aJ99XqB
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The message is the medium

Economist – Mar 28 – “I PROPOSE, if and when found, to take him by his beastly neck, shake him till he froths, and pull him inside out and make him swallow himself.” It is not often that Silicon Valley's denizens quote P.G. Wodehouse. But this is what…
The Economist Could Facebook Messenger become the app that eats Apple's Appstore? t.co/d5Q6czOGrL t.co/DPanMnwb87
The Economist Messaging services are rapidly growing beyond online chat t.co/LZEd73AjJp t.co/kxoRsFwA0u
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$43K buys a private jet to college visits

CNBC – Jacob Pramuk – A private jet company hopes to ease stress for families visiting multiple colleges—if they can shell out $43,500. Magellan Jets will offer 10-hour flight cards for college-bound students starting at $43,500, the company said on Wednesday.
reclaim UC RT @CNBC: For $43,500, families can now visit multiple colleges in style - t.co/r2bdm7hT5p t.co/SZELoOPvGK
CNBC For $43,500, families can now visit multiple colleges in style - t.co/r2bdm7hT5p t.co/SZELoOPvGK
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Coachella, Lollapalooza outlaw selfie sticks

latimes.com – Mar 29, 6:22 PM – Want a selfie at Coachella or Lollapalooza this year? Go for it -- but just make sure to ditch the selfie stick. Both music festivals have updated their FAQ pages to reflect policies that prohibit the camera-mount stick that extends the selfie…
Judy Farah A start. RT @latimes: Coachella, Lollapalooza outlaw selfie sticks t.co/uddq8JxBIV
Los Angeles Times Coachella, Lollapalooza outlaw selfie sticks t.co/Xuiz7taLwC
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