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On Monday, Take Two will discuss SCOTUS possibly deciding more on same sex marriage, US-led airstrikes continuing in Iraq and Syria, how the $53 million King fire is being financed, teacher diversity, the effects of metropolitan growth in Phoenix, NOAA teleconference on extreme global weather and more.
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