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'Appropriate action' and other headlines

Morning headlines: Nurse who was quarantined in NJ returns to Maine, minimum wage stays on the Arkansas ballot, funeral of Ottawa shooting victim.

Maine government will take 'appropriate action' if nurse Kaci Hickox doesn't maintain quarantine. (Portland Press Herald)

The world relies on this one company to transport Ebola patients. (Washington Post)

Both parties are happy with early vote data; they're worried, too. (Washington Post)

Arkansas' highest court rules that minimum wage hike can stay on the ballot. (AP)

The Democratic candidate for Senate in South Dakota accuses his own party of sabotage. (Argus Leader)

Rick Perry gives a speech at the Reagan Library calling for a 'clean break' from Obama. (Politico)

Toronto's ex-Mayor Rob Ford got elected to the City Council. (USA Today)

Funeral for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, killed by a gunman in Ottawa last week, is held today. (CBC)

Washington State school shooter invited his victims to lunch. (AP)

What are you reading this morning? Let us know in the comments, please.