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Injured Paducah police officer - Starbucks hiring veterans - Ill. gay marriage bill

A police officer was injured in Paducah early Wednesday. A police officer was injured in Paducah early Wednesday.
Starbucks plans to hire veterans and military spouses. Starbucks plans to hire veterans and military spouses.
The Illinois gay marriage bill has raised some controversy. The Illinois gay marriage bill has raised some controversy.

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