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Talking Points for Feb. 1: America's favorite dog; Icelandic baby names

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Are parents in Iceland allowed to name their children? Parents can name their babies, but they must pick from only those names on a government-approved list. To protect its national language and grammar, Iceland has strict rules on baby names. Parents who named their daughter Blaer, a name the government told them to change because it's only for boys, sued over the rules. A lower court sided...

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