8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Jul 16 2015

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Cheerleaders for California's professional sports teams have won big: Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law on Wednesday that will give them a host of new labor protections. (Buzzfeed)
Hipsters rejoice! Pabst Blue Ribbon has announced it will once again brew beer in Milwaukee, where the company started. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
After announcing it would shut down this spring, Sweet Briar College, a 114-year-old women's college, isn't closing its doors after all. (AP)
Presidential candidate and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker wants to drug test food stamp recipients — even though its illegal. (Huffington Post)
Donald Trump wants everyone to know that he's rich — rich! Unfortunately, a lot of people think $10 billion isn't an accurate estimate. (New York Times)
Wednesday was the deadline for Greece's parliament to vote on a bailout for the country, and massive protests broke out in the hours before a scheduled vote. (The Guardian)
A California judge ruled that a male student found guilty of sexual assault at University of California, San Diego didn't get a fair trial, which could be a big deal for other colleges. (Los Angeles Times)
President Obama said there's no precedent for taking away Bill Cosby's Presidential Medal of Freedom — though it sounded a bit like he would if he could. (R29)

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