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Romania repeals corruption decree after demos: sources

Bucharest - Romania's government formally repealed Sunday contentious corruption legislation that has sparked the biggest protests since the fall of dictator Nicolae Ceausescu in 1989, ministerial sources said.

Many union leaders criticize Obamacare, online sources report

A number of unions, among the strongest backers of President Barack Obama when he was a candidate in 2008, have openly criticized his healthcare law, commonly called "Obamacare," and demanded changes to it. One union wants it revised or repealed.

Calls for repeal of 2nd Amendment stir controversy

There is a growing clamor among liberal opinion piece writers and columnists for repeal of the Second Amendment. Recently, a Des Moines Register columnist Donald Kaul caused an uproar when, in a provocative piece, he called for repeal of the Amendment.

Op-Ed: Nancy Pelosi Absolute Power

While appearing diminutive in size she towers with clout and the party stands behind her. She will get out the votes regardless of what it takes.

New Hampshire takes up Gay Marriage repeal

Three weeks after the state of New Hampshire legalized gay marriage, opponents on Wednesday asked a House committee to repeal the law.

Focus of Gay Marriage Fight Moves to Maine

In less than a week Maine voters will decide whether to repeal the state’s same-sex marriage law. Out-of-state money has been coming in from both sides to fuel the battle.

New Mexico Kills Death Penalty

Growing out of fears that innocent death row mates will be executed, New Mexico joined other states that have either abolished the death penalty or put it on hold pending review of the practice.

Some States Consider Repealing Capital Punishment To Cut Costs

A death sentence may be a thing of the past if the recession has anything to do with it. Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley is telling states that are cash poor to abolish the death penalty to cut costs.

Ron Paul: End 'War on Drugs'

Congressman Ron Paul wants the government to put a stop to the war on drugs. He said prohibition didn’t work in the past and it doesn't work now either.

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President Obama repealing the Don t Ask Don t Tell law
President Obama repealing the Don't Ask Don't Tell law
White House Photo by Pete Souza