U.S. Rep. Steve Stockman (R-Texas) has introduced the "Ansel Adams Act", which aims for the "restoration of first amendment rights to photographers" by prohibiting restrictions on taking photos in public places.
- An Oklahoma lawmaker wants to ban hoodies, a plan he says would help prevent robberies.
- The U.S. Supreme Court will consider whether laws barring judicial candidates from explicitly seeking campaign contributions are a violation of the First Amendment. The case comes from Florida, one of 30 states that prohibit directly soliciting contributions to judge campaigns.
- A new report finds 18 states with legal climates "extremely hostile" to abortion, up from five states in 2010.
- Timothy DeFoggi, a former Department of Health and Human Services cybersecurity chief, has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for child pornography.
- The family of Montana's Kaileb Cole Williams, who was killed by a Missoula police officer last week, say they plan to challenge the officer's version of events. Police say Williams had kidnapped and was trying to choke his fiancee; the woman disputes that she was in any danger.
- This CNN video is being held for release "till end of the world confirmed."
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