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Daily News Recap (3-24-15)

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Compiled by Holly Henrichsen
Assistant Web Content Manager

Texas State Star
Photo by Daryan Jones

Police are looking for a man after a complaint of indecent exposure was reported at Bobcat Village after 6:00 last night. A female student reportedly found a white male underneath a stairwell exposing himself just before he attempted to walk over to the student as she was entering her apartment in building 6. Officers checked the area but were unable to find the male involved. The man is described as thin and possibly in his late thirties to early forties.
-Sarah Duran

President Barack Obama has pledged to withdraw all but about 1,000 troops from Afghanistan by the time he leaves office in 2017 unless Afghanistan president Ashraf Ghani has a say. According to a New York Times article, troop withdrawal from the country could be delayed longer than expected. Ghani is expected to request an extension of military assistance during white house meetings with Obama today and according to administration officials Obama will be more than likely to agree. Later in the week, Ghani is reported to continue his military extension efforts in meetings with Congress and the United Nations.
-Sarah Duran

Newly announced presidential candidate and U.S. Senator Ted Cruz has agreed to sign up for Obama administration’s Affordable Healthcare act. According to CNN, Ted Cruz agreed to sign up after he realized he would no longer have health insurance under his wife’s employer. This is a shock to many people seeing as Ted Cruz has previously tried to kill the act. Cruz says that he is simply following the law and believes he should follow the law, even those he disagrees with it.
-Jacquelyn Carter

Amy’s Kitchen Incorporated says it’s recalling nearly 74,000 cases of its products that could contain listeria. They released a statement through the Food and Drug Administration saying that they were voluntarily recalling their products after one of their suppliers informed them that they may have received organic spinach that was possibly contaminated. The California-based organic and natural food company said it wasn’t aware of any reports of illness connected with its products, but was recalling them “out of an abundance of caution.”
-Brittany Green

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