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The Arkansas Supreme Court's biggest piece of unfinished business as it wraps up 2014 — whether the state's ban on same-sex marriage is constitutional — is the one that will have the most far-reaching effects for the state.
With less than two weeks left in the year, justices have yet to issue a decision about the 2004 constitutional amendment and earlier state law defining marriage as between a man and a woman.
More than 500 same-sex couples were issued marriage licenses before the Supreme Court suspended Piazza's decision.
Corbin has been viewed as a reliable vote for striking down the marriage ban after voicing skepticism at the state's argument that a constitutional amendment can't be unconstitutional.
 the court rules, the next immediate step for the side that loses is to petition for a rehearing within 18 calendar days of the decision.
Some Republican lawmakers are already expected to push for a constitutional amendment that would allow the recall of judges, an idea that Little Rock businessman Jackson T.
President Barack Obama's announcement this week to normalize diplomatic relations with Cuba and ease some economic restrictions has been closely followed in Kansas, as the move could open up a major market for winter wheat producers.
The Republican senator urged the Treasury Department to immediately rewrite cumbersome regulations that have made it difficult to sell wheat and other farm commodities to Cuba — saying the agency can take that step even before Congress grapples with whether to entirely lift the U.
The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/1CdDmIZ ) the department said it is opening an investigation into allegations from former workers at the Gourmet Heaven stores, one of which closed this month.
DLT spokesman Michael Healey says the workers' rights center Fuerza Laboral filed a complaint on behalf of seven former employees, seeking more than $100,000 in unpaid wages and overtime.
Hughes did not have an exact number of how many people were on the bus at the time of the crash, but noted it had stopped in Indianapolis and had planned to also stop in Louisville, Kentucky, and Nashville and Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Hughes said emergency services were at the scene and that Megabus was "assisting the authorities with their investigation" into the accident.
Two suburban Chicago men have been charged with stealing a Salvation Army donation bucket and leading police on a high-speed chase.
In a news release, prosecutors say 48-year-old Kavin Gipson of Hillside took the donation bucket outside a food store in Lombard while the Salvation Army bell ringer was inside the store.
Even as New York's police department takes heat for its tactics in the outrage over the Eric Garner chokehold case, year-end crime statistics show two clear trends: low-level arrests are holding steady and overall crime continues to fall.
The numbers could be seen as an affirmation of Police Commissioner William Bratton's signature "broken windows" tactic, the idea that enforcing smaller crimes like fare beating and public drunkenness help prevent bigger crimes.
Reports of robberies were down 14 percent and those of felony assaults dipped about 1 percent.
"Because of the broken windows approach, we are the safest we've ever been," Mayor Bill de Blasio said Friday after attending an NYPD promotions ceremony.
A grand jury decided not to indict the officer, prompting mass protests and a public war of words between the mayor and head of the police officer's union, who says the mayor is throwing cops "under the bus."
Most days in criminal court in Brooklyn there's a parade of arrestees "where the only allegation is that they walked through subway cars and because they didn't have ID on them, they get put in the system," said a public defender, Elena Roberts, who participated in a protest last week.