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Friday Java 25 March 2011

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Gov. Scott Walker's controversial measure limiting collective bargaining for public sector employees will become law Saturday, after the law was published Friday by the Legislative Reference Bureau. The number of African Americans in the DC declined by 11 percent during the past decade “We’re going to stop this trend — gentrification,” said D.C. Council member Marion Barry and former mayor. Rep. Michele Bachmannforms a presidential exploratory committee, rench intellectual celebrity Bernard-Henry Levy gets the credit for convincing President Nicholas Sarkozy to recognise the Libyan opposition in a new AFP article. Having traveled to Benghazi shortly after the uprising, Levy brought three members of the transition national council to Paris to meet with Sarkozy on March 10; after the meeting, Sarkozy made his announcement, which reportedly even caught Foreign Minister Alain Juppe off guard.