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“The lawsuit targeted individual agents - rather than the agencies involved in the raids - as part of what is called a Biven's action.”
“The headline number -- the 3.2 percent growth -- if we sustain that rate of growth throughout 2011 that would do very little to push down the unemployment rate," Biven said.”
“To see any kind of real improvement, as Biven calculates, the GDP would need to be improving at a rate of 5 percent, month-over-month for an entire year -- and that would only lower the unemployment rate by one percentage point.”
“But Biven, at least, doesn't see that 7.1% percent as a very accurate indicator of economic recovery.”
“Anna never regressed, which meant her attachment to the Schmidts [forged during eight visits before the transfer] was good enough and strong enough that she used it to keep growing," Biven says.”
“It was strange but sort of heartwarming," Biven says.”
“Cara always used to bring gum, and she loved it," says Biven.”
“Kentucky State Trooper Jonathan Biven said police interviewed Coy at the hospital, then discovered the body of Jamie Stice, 21, of Bowling Green in a wooded area near an abandoned house in the Oakland community.”
“Biven would not say what information Coy provided or comment on the baby's condition.”
“Biven says that information led police to a wooded area where they found Stice's body.”
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