FIRST LOOK: Poll says public supports collective bargaining

Liz Goodwin
The Lookout

Welcome to First Look, our daily round-up of early bird news:

• A new poll says 61 percent of the public supports collective bargaining rights for unions. (USA Today)

• One of the couples murdered by pirates was on a Bible mission. (AP)

• Sen. Harry Reid's bid to outlaw prostitution in his home state is not going so well. (Politico)

• A pizza delivery driver saved a woman's life after he went to check on her when she didn't place her daily order. (WMCTV)

• The ACLU says an FBI informant who infiltrated a California mosque was violating the congregation's rights. (The Washington Post)

• A 16-year-old has been arrested in connection with the shooting death of a Florida police officer. (CNN)

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