8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Jun 26 2015

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Watch out, Jenny McCarthy. California is about to get rid of personal belief exemptions for vaccines. (Los Angeles Times)
The Supreme Court decided Americans can keep the Affordable Care Act, but we’re still waiting for decisions on five more cases, including gay marriage and the death penalty. (ABC News)
Everyone loves Uber, right? Wrong. French cab drivers are furiously protesting the ride-sharing app, burning tires and barricading roads across the capital. (Wired)
If same-sex marriage prevails, expect to hear more hilarious slang from Justice Scalia. Can he top “Jiggery-Pokery?” (CNN)
If you’ve never experienced the joy of watching the Running of the Interns, you can tune in Friday morning for another round. (ABC News)
Egypt has put a record number of journalists in jail for doing their jobs. (Committee to Protect Journalists)
If you find yourself talking to someone who believes the Civil War wasn’t about slavery, show them this video. (Slate)
Gay “conversion therapy” can get you sued for fraud in New Jersey. (The Guardian)

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