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Bush: I Would Like To Close Guantanamo
President Bush says he would like to close the detention center in Guantanamo in Cuba, but is waiting for a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on whether inmates can face military tribunals. "Obviously, the Guantanamo issue is a sensitive issue for people," Bush told ARD German television. "I very much would like to end Guantanamo; I very much would like to get people to a court. Read more, then tell us if you the closing of the detention center in Guantanamo an Up or Down vote.
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'Christmas Break' Is Back in MO
"Winter Break" is out, and "Christmas Break" is back for the Francis Howell School District in suburban St. Louis. The board for the St. Charles County school district voted 4-3 Thursday to change the name of the winter vacation, following a debate that became heated at times. The move came despite concerns by some that the change excludes non-Christians or could prompt lawsuits. Read more, then tell us if you give the "Christmas Break" in the Francis Howell School District an Up or Down vote.
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Wartime Spending Bill
The Senate on Thursday overwhelmingly passed a $109 billion wartime emergency spending bill on a vote of 78-20, but the bill is substantially larger than the sum President Bush had requested. Read more. Do you think the proposed overspending is warranted, or should President Bush veto? Tell us if you give the wartime emergency spending bill Up or Down vote.
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Another Postage Rate Hike?
The Postal Service said Wednesday it wants to raise the price of a first-class stamp by 3 cents — to 42 cents — and suggested a "forever" stamp that people could use as hedge against future rate inflation. Postmaster General John E. Potter said the agency would not be making a rate change if it were not necessary. "The Postal Service is not immune to the cost pressures affecting every household and business in America," Potter said. Read more and tell us if you give the proposed postage rate hike Up or Down vote.
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Stars Spur Single-Mom Adoption
Jessica Simpson wants to do it. Angelina Jolie has done it twice. These celebrities are following a growing number of single American women who have chosen to adopt. "It's becoming not just an acceptable thing to do, but a favorable thing to do. It's a great way to form a family," said Barbara Turvett, an adoptive parent and the articles editor at Working Mother magazine. Read more and tell us if you give this celebrity-inspired adoption trend an Up or Down vote.