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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

RSN: What Did @realDonaldTrump Know About Russia and When Did Donald Trump Know It?





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BREAKING: Scott Galindez | Iowa Republicans Fast Track Assault on Public Employees 
People gather in the Iowa Capitol for a public hearing on proposed changes to the state's collective bargaining law on Monday, Feb. 13, 2017, in Des Moines, Iowa.  (photo: Kelsey Kremer/The Des Moines Register/AP) 
Scott Galindez, Reader Supported News 
Galindez writes: "Tonight the Iowa House of Representatives and Iowa Senate will concurrently consider House File 291 (HF291) and Senate File 213 (SF213), the fast-tracked attack on Iowa's working families. Both chambers will burn the midnight oil to pass legislation to gut collective bargaining rights of Iowa's public employees." 
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What Did @realDonaldTrump Know About Russia and When Did Donald Trump Know It? 
Robert Mackey, The Intercept 
Mackey writes: "Two important questions remain unanswered following the late-night resignation of Donald Trump's national security adviser, Michael Flynn: What did the president know and when did he know it?" 
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Green Groups File Sweeping Lawsuit Accusing Trump of Usurping Congress's Powers on Regulations 
Chris Mooney, The Washington Post 
Mooney writes: "Three advocacy groups filed a sweeping federal lawsuit Wednesday, challenging President Trump's executive order requiring two federal regulations to be 'identified for elimination' for every new one added - arguing that the order fundamentally takes over Congress's powers to enact laws to protect public health, safety, and the environment." 
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Labor Nominee Puzder Faces Uncertainty as Confirmation Hearing Looms 
Sarah N. Lynch, Reuters 
Lynch writes: "Four U.S. Republican senators have not yet said whether they will support labor secretary nominee Andrew Puzder, raising suspense about whether he will survive an initial confirmation hearing this week." 
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Military Judge Calls Trump's Railing Against Bowe Bergdahl 'Disturbing,' Considers Dismissing Case 
Associated Press 
Excerpt: "A military judge called Donald Trump's scathing campaign-trail criticism of army Sgt Bowe Bergdahl 'disturbing' on Monday and questioned whether it would make the public think the soldier could not get a fair trial for walking off his post in Afghanistan in 2009." 
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Cocaine or Roses: Colombian Drug War Debate Sends Flowers to US 
teleSUR 
Excerpt: "To arrive at a U.S. household on Valentine's Day, a bouquet of roses likely came from a farm in Colombia." 
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Dakota Access Pipeline 'Could Be Operational Within 30 Days' 
Andy Rowell, Oil Change International 
Rowell writes: "A federal judge refused to issue a temporary injunction Monday against construction of the highly controversial Dakota Access Pipeline." 
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