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Monday, September 11, 2017

Monday's headlines and your open line

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Headlines for September 11, 2017 include: LRSD settles racial bias suit, Lucie's Place ends bid for new shelter, Carter condemns Trump's DACA move and Montel Williams joins the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Association board.

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