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California law enforcement officers seize Planned Parenthood videos, activist says, Agents from the California Department of Justice raided the home of an indicted anti-abortion activist and seized undercover videos allegedly showing Planned Parenthood officials arranging to illegally sell fetal tissue for profit, the activist said late Tuesday.  David Daleiden, the founder of the Center for Medical Progress, which released the videos, said in a Facebook post that agents had "seized all video footage showing Planned Parenthood's criminal trade in aborted baby parts, in addition to my personal information."

Gov. Doug Ducey signs 16 bills into Arizona law

Arizona on Tuesday got 16 new laws, as Gov. Doug Ducey signed 16 bills covering marijuana use while pregnant, the purchase of alcohol with an out-of-state license, sex-offender registrations and service animals, among other things. Most of the laws do not go into effect until 90 days after the legislative session ends, which could be later this month.

Mississippi Governor Signs Controversial Religious Liberty Law

The law allows businesses, residents and government officials to refuse marriage-related services to same-sex couples if doing so would violate a "sincerely held religious belief or moral conviction."
Mississippi's Republican governor has signed a bill into law called the Protecting Freedom of Conscience from Government Discrimination Act. It allows businesses and religious groups to deny a range of services to gay and lesbian people.

Ban on outdoor music concerts in West Aceh due to Sharia law

Outdoor music concerts have been banned from a regency in Indonesia's conservative Aceh province on the grounds they violate Sharia law. Draconian regulations – such as a ban on women straddling motorcycles (they must ride side-saddle), unaccompanied women working or visiting night spots after 11pm and a requirement that boys and girls are taught separately at school – have been introduced in different parts of Aceh in recent years.

Review Panel: Rep. Grayson Likely Violated Federal Law, House Rules

A congressional review panel said Tuesday there is "substantial reason to believe" that Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson of Florida violated federal law and broke House rules in a number of business and legal activities and in managing his congressional office. Grayson, who is running for the Senate, remains under scrutiny by the House Ethics Committee over the allegations, which center on a hedge fund he started when he was outside Congress and legal work done by others, for which Grayson may have been paid while he was in office. The second allegation, if proven, would be a violation of federal law.

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