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Melissa Fults, treasurer for Arkansans for Compassionate Care, holds up cards at the back of a news conference in Little Rock, Ark., with the names of doctors she says support a ballot issue that would legalize medical marijuana. Danny Johnston/AP hide caption

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Elections

Gay Marriage, Marijuana And Taxes: States Decide

4 min

Gay Marriage, Marijuana And Taxes: States Decide

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Cover art from the "Prisencolinensinainciusol" single, released in 1972. The song by Italian pop star Adriano Celentano became a hit in spite of its gibberish lyrics. Album cover hide caption

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Music Interviews

It's Gibberish, But Italian Pop Song Still Means Something

7 min

It's Gibberish, But Italian Pop Song Still Means Something

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