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Vanderbilt administrators and faculty field questions at a January 2012 town hall meeting on the school's controversial "all comers" rule. Many campus religious groups say aspects of the policy are discriminatory. Kevin Barnett/InsideVandy hide caption

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Vanderbilt Rule Rankles Faith-Based Student Groups

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Solicitor General Don Verrilli grew up in Connecticut and received his law degree from Columbia Law School. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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The Man Behind The Defense Of Obama's Health Law

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Jeremy Denk performs in Studio 4A. Emily Bogle/NPR hide caption

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Bach's 'Goldberg Variations': Infinite Worlds Out Of Eight (Borrowed) Notes

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Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney signs into law a new health care reform bill during an April 12, 2006, ceremony at Faneuil Hall in Boston. The bill made Massachusetts the first state in the country to require that all residents have health insurance and has become a centerpiece of criticisms leveled by Romney's opponents in the 2012 presidential race. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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How Health Care Ruling Could Shift The GOP Debate

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Lakeshe Hall demonstrates at a rally for slain teenager Trayvon Martin on Thursday in Sanford, Fla. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Racial Tension Runs Through Sanford's Roots

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Ronald Allen Smith is the only Canadian on death row in the United States. Since Canada has abolished the death penalty, Canadians have been advocating for clemency for Smith. Courtesy of Montana State Prison hide caption

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Canadian Asked For Death, But Now Wants Life

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Are You Not Entertained? TV host Caesar Flickerman (Stanley Tucci) takes the celebrity interview to new lows when chatting up the young combatants in the to-the-death Hunger Games — including Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence). Lionsgate hide caption

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'Hunger Games': Mortal Combat As Appointment TV

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