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Flipping 'The Bird' Just Isn't Obscene Anymore, Law Professor Argues

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New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning holds the Vince Lombardi Trophy after the NFL Super Bowl XLVI game against the New England Patriots, Sunday (Feb. 5, 2012). Charlie Riedel/AP hide caption

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NPR's Mike Pesca reports on the Super Bowl

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Indiana laws bar all carryout alcohol sales on Sundays, leaving Super Bowl revelers in the lurch in their quest for any 11th-hour 12-pack the day of the big game. At Kahn's Fine Wines and Spirits in Indianapolis earlier this week, Bill Cheek was putting labels on cases of beer. Darron Cummings/AP hide caption

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Michel Martin talks to Indianapolis Mayor Gregory Ballard

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President Barack Obama shakes hands with former Chicago Bears quarterback Jim McMahon as he hosts the 1985 Chicago Bears football team at the White House. The visit was a make-up trip for the Super Bowl XX champions, whose original reception was cancelled in 1986.

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1985 Chicago Bears Finally Get Their Due With White House Visit

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