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Social media giant Facebook has announced plans to ban new political ads for the week leading up to Election Day on November 3.
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The California General Assembly — comprised of a Democratic supermajority — has advanced legislation that could ease the criminal punishment for LGBT adults who have sex with underage teenagers.
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