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Lawmaker In 'Canvassing While Black' Incident: 'You Can't Legislate Humanity'

A neighborhood resident called 911 on Oregon state Rep. Janelle Bynum, who is a black woman, while she was canvassing. Bynum does not think legislation is the fix for reducing such police encounters.

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Shannon Hubbard has complex regional pain syndrome and considers herself lucky that her doctor hasn't cut back her pain prescription dosage. Will Stone/KJZZ hide caption

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Patients With Chronic Pain Feel Caught In An Opioid Prescribing Debate

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This Tuesday, July 3, 2018 selfie photo provided by Oregon state Rep. Janelle Bynum, shows her posing with a Clackamas County Sheriff's officer after he stopped her in Clackamas, Ore Janelle Bynum via AP hide caption

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Lawmaker In 'Canvassing While Black' Incident: 'You Can't Legislate Humanity'

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Gesel Mason performs David Roussève's "Jumping the Broom" as part of her performance project No Boundaries: Dancing the Visions of Contemporary Black Choreographers. Enoch Chan/Gesel Mason Performance Projects hide caption

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Dancer Preserves The Work Of Black Choreographers, In One Video At A Time

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