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The HIV Prevention Network is presenting BirminGlam 2016 as a fashion show to raise money for HIV testing and education.
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Rep. Allen Farley says pieces of the puzzle are coming together in the Bentley Saga.
Siegelman believes that by waiting this long, we have allowed Mississippi to “pick our pockets.”
Don Siegelman is scheduled to be release from prison in August 2017.
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