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Fish, plant research collections out at Louisiana-Monroe

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This Wednesday, March 29, 2017, photo, Current Fish & Oyster Restaurant bartender Wren Kennedy looks on from behind the Zion Curtain at the bar, in Salt Lake City. At Current Fish & Oyster Restaurant, a frosted glass wall covering a long, glossy bar will come down at the stroke of midnight on July 1, according to Joel LaSalle, one of the restaurant's owners. "Not only is it ugly and covers up a beautiful bar, but it's costing us thousands of dollars in sales each month," Some Utah restaurants are counting down the days until a new liquor law takes effect this summer, allowing eateries to take stop using walls and partitions that prevent customers from seeing their alcoholic drink being mixed and poured. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

New law to end hidden bartending for some Utah restaurants

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Missouri House passes Real ID compliance measure

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A visitors is silhouetted front of a video screen during a press visit of a prescient exhibit exploring the psychology behind racism at Paris' Museum of Mankind, Thursday, March 30, 2017. The exhibit comes during a presidential campaign in France that's been littered with anti-Islam rhetoric, and comes the same week in which violence on the streets of Paris has exposed deep racial tensions affecting France's large Asian community. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

Paris exhibition explores racism amid tensions in France

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