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In a 295 to 114 vote, the House has passed a bill that allows consumers to legally unlock their phones. The huge move comes after many voters called out House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte for making last minute changes to the bill. The new measure now allows consumers to use their phones with any carrier they like, without buying a new phone. [National Journal] 

Former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez is in trouble once again. Hernandez got into a scuffle with a fellow inmate at the Bristol County House of Corrections on Tuesday. A source informed TMZ Sports that another inmate was bothering Hernandez, inciting the attack. The 24-year-old is currently being held on murder charges. [Huffington Post] 

A 58-year-old woman from Florida (sigh) was arrested for misusing the emergency call line. Maria Montenez Colon called up 911 twice to ask for some good loving. When the officer arrived at her home, she asked him to make love to her. When he declined, Colon called 911 again to ask another officer to do the deed. He also declined. Someone needs to give this woman a hug.  [Gawker]

In a case of people not respecting their elders, a grandmother from Richmond, Virginia was insulted by Burger King employees after being named a “Bi**h Ass H**” on her receipt. When asked for a refund, the manager apologized and gave the receipt back to her. Store reps told CNN that they were “dealing with it,” and have fired the employee who wrote the insult. [CNN]


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