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Golden Quill Entries - 2013
Public Affairs- Human Trafficking
Earl bugaile - In Depth - Human Trafficking Earl explores the problems of human trafficking
Business Reporting - Business Start-Ups
Alexandria Chaklos-Gavin - Business Start-Ups Alex takes a look opportunities for business start-up in the Pittsburgh area.
Feature - The Big Yellow Rubber Duck
KQV's Earl Bugaile has the Story: The Big yellow rubber duck is making its final appearance in Pittsburgh today and it is drawing record crowds this weekend.
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On Tuesday, district attorneys from Allegheny, Butler and Washington counties in a joint news conference showed their support for Pa. House Bill 741 which restores mandatory minimum sentences for certain crimes involving drugs, children and the elderly. Prosecutors contend that without mandatory minimums, they are unable to leverage defendants to go after large scale traffickers and offenders. Opponents to the bill include the Governor, A.C.L.U. and Department of Corrections who state mandatory sentences have shown not to deter crime, but will refill jail cells while abrogating justice.
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