Daily Signal - Here's How Houston Voted on Controversial Ballot Measure

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Nov. 4, 2015

Good morning from Washington, D.C., where federal health officials are trying to explain to lawmakers why 11 nonprofit insurers created by Obamacare have gone belly up. We also tell you a key difference between two men who want to run the House's tax-writing committee. And as results are tallied from Houston's vote on allowing men and women to use the public restrooms of their choice, we also profile a consumer organization that will reward companies that respect people of faith.

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How Houston Voted on Controversial Ballot Measure

Find out how Houston voted on a measure that would create legal protections in 15 categories, including sexual orientation and gender identity.

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Commentary

Why Churchill Thought the American Constitution Was Important

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What Companies Are Friendly to Faith-Based Shoppers?

Scoring is based on issues such as whether companies use the word "Christmas" in seasonal advertising and whether they've enacted a workplace non-discrimination policy that includes protections for faith-driven consumers and employees.

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Analysis

First, an Earthquake Struck Nepal. Now, the Nation Is Dealing With Another Disaster.

The April 2015 earthquake was one of the most destructive in Nepal's history. It killed more than 9,000 people and displaced about 450,000. Daily Signal foreign correspondent Nolan Peterson reports on life there today.

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