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- Airport security officers at Boston’s Logan International Airport blew the whistle on racial profiling by many of their colleagues when determining who gets targeted for security checks.
- A federal judge in Kentucky struck down that state’s seventy year-old ban on liquor sales in grocery stores and gas stations as unconstitutional.
- Wisconsin defended Gov. Scott Walker’s (R) anti-union law in a federal appeals court.
- A Utah senate panel rejected the first judicial nominee of color in that state in more than five years. The nominee, Su J. Chon, will still receive a vote by the full state senate.
- Oklahoma carried out its fourth execution this year.