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You were busy, we were busy. Here are our top most read stories from the week.
Our top most read story was about Westboro Baptist Church, a church out of Topeka, Kansas that has been anti-gay and picketed soldier funerals. Members of the church plan to picket St. Lucy’s Church on Sunday and Horlick High School on Monday. A number of groups are planning counter pickets.