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Doug Jones

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Attorney based in Birmingham, Alabama; former US Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama (1997-2001)

Doug Jones on KCRW

In “The Shape of Water,” a mute woman falls in love with a creature being studied in the government lab where she’s a janitor.

The making of 'The Shape of Water'

In “The Shape of Water,” a mute woman falls in love with a creature being studied in the government lab where she’s a janitor.

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After the re-election of America's first black president, Alabama and other states want the US Supreme Court to throw out a key section of the  Voting Rights Act .

Has the South Outgrown the Voting Rights Act?

After the re-election of America's first black president, Alabama and other states want the US Supreme Court to throw out a key section of the Voting Rights Act .

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