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Friday, September 8, 2017

Friday's headlines and an open line

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Headlines for Friday, September 8th include: Atheist group asks Arkansas schools not to put up "In God We Trust" signs and gets a response, Hill and Womack team up with Dems to keep Amtrak on the tracks, DACA protests continue, and a former chief justice dishes on court dysfunction.

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