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Afternoon Lede Check, 4.23.14

A Georgia law allows guns nearly everywhere; the GOP ratchets up it’s attacks on Harry Reid over his attacks on the Koch brothers; and the man suspected of murdering three people in Alexandria will be extradited to Virginia.


From WaPo to WJLA, here are the stories that are leading your homepages today, after the jump…

The Washington PostJustices limit awards to victims of child porn

USA TodayGa. law allows guns almost everywhere

POLITICOBob Dole goes home

The HillIs Paul plausible in 2016?

Roll CallNorton: Congress May Overturn D.C. Marijuana Decriminalization

Daily Caller: Scathing appeals court calls out raging hypocrisy of race-baiting Obama administration bureaucrats

The Washington TimesHarry Reid using tax dollars to fight Koch brothers, La. GOP chair charges

National JournalWhy the Supreme Court Sidesteps Race

Washington ExaminerEnergy Department scraps millions in fees for nuclear loan guarantee

Huffington Post Politics: BOOGEYMEN, SHADY DEALS DEFINE SPIN FOR SENATE

WTOP: Judge rules Severance to return to Va.

ABC 7: Judge orders Severance extradited, but appeal likely to delay significantly

NBC 4: Police: $300K in Drugs,Money Seized From Md. Home

CBS 9: Alan Gross: I will leave Cuba dead or alive

Fox 5: Severance to be extradited to Virginia to face weapons charges

(Photo credits from left to right: John Rawlston/AP, J. Scott Applewhite, Fox 5)

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