Noon Hour Update: Fraud against Auburn Indian community, anti-bullying and "Reproductive Justice" topic

What's happening and what we're working on
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Welcome to the Auburn Journal's "Noon Hour Update," where we'll present you with stories and updates on what's going on in the news and what we're working on for our Friday edition.

What we're working on: Reporter Sara Seyydin will be writing a piece on an upcoming anti-bullying rally that will be taking place at a local church. Sara will also be reporting on a program called Reproductive Justice, which is being held at Sierra College. The program is in conjunction with the college's Love Your Body Week.
Reporter Gus Thomson will be following up on our initial Associated Press story about the Internal Revenue Service's investigation of fraud against the United Auburn Indian Community, which operates Thunder Valley Casino in Lincoln.

What you're talking about: Our story on the Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuit against a business in Weimar has prompted debate by our readers. Check out that story here.
In Opinion, the letters "US once banned interracial marriage" and "Free speech works two ways" are our most read letters so far today. Share your opinions on these letters and others in Opinion.

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