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Subject: U.S. Supreme Court Refuses Case on Juveniles Serving Life Sentences
Date: Tue Jun 10 12:33:07 MDT 2014

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June 10, 2014

U.S. Supreme Court Refuses Case on Juveniles Serving Life Sentences

States have been split on whether a 2012 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that juveniles convicted of murder can't get mandatory life sentences without parole also applies retroactively. Plus: The nation's highest court also refused a case on California's overcrowded prisons.


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Arkansas Voters to Pick Republican AG Nominee
In Nevada Primary, GOP Fighting for Senate Control
North Dakota Voters to Decide Ballot Timing
In S.C.'s GOP Primary, Well-Known Names Running
Controversial Maine Governor in 3-Way Re-Election Race
Georgia Governor Appoints Another Ex-Senator
Auto Industry Gives $26 Million to Prop Up Detroit
Health & Human Services
Now GOP-Controlled Va. Senate Forces Dems to Cave on Medicaid
1.7 Million Still Waiting for Health-Care Decisions
Vermont's GMO Law Could Change U.S. Food Industry
Infrastructure & Environment
Colorado Lets Towns Lose Resources without Gaining Revenues
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Christie: No Plan B If Courts Strike Down Pension Plan
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Fla. to Give In-State Tuition to Undocumented Immigrants
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