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Sunday, March 19, 2017

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Dan Rather | Donald Trump's Cruel and Unusual Budget Proposal 
Dan Rather. (photo: USA TODAY)
Dan Rather, Dan Rather's Facebook Page 
Rather writes: "'Cruel and unusual,' the phrase rings in my head as I read the press reports of President Donald Trump's proposed budget." 
Trump Sends Judges to Sanctuary Cities to Ramp Up Deportations 
Excerpt: "Judges will be reassigned to 12 sanctuary cities in a bid to speed up the deportation of undocumented persons with outstanding criminal charges across the country, according to officials at the U.S. Department of Justice." 
Paul Ryan: I've Been Dreaming About Kicking the Poor off Medicaid Since I Was a Frat Boy 
Osita Nwanevu, Slate 
Except: "There are three. Obamacare, Medicaid, and Medicare. Two out of three are going through Congress right now. So, Medicaid - sending it back to the states, capping its growth rate. We've been dreaming of this since you and I were drinking out of a keg." 
Meals on Wheels Sees Donation Surge After Trump Proposes Funding Cuts 
Avi Selk, The Washington Post 
Selk writes: "Senior citizens in one suburb could see Meals on Wheels deliveries cut in half if President Trump's budget cuts become reality, a spokeswoman for the network told CNN, as it anticipated 'deep cuts' to a nonprofit that serves 2.4 million Americans." 
No Charges for Florida Prison Guards Who Allegedly Locked Mentally Ill Black Man in Scalding Shower 
Natasha Geiling, ThinkProgress 
Geiling writes: "In June of 2012, 50-year old Darren Rainey, a schizophrenic man serving time for cocaine possession, died in the Dade Correctional Institution. According to prison witnesses and civil rights groups, Rainey died after guards locked him in a shower for two hours with water at 180 degrees Fahrenheit." 
Mexico Government 'Complicit' in Mass Grave of Human Skulls, Official Says 
Excerpt: "Veracruz Attorney General Jorge Winckler Ortiz on Thursday accused the Mexican government of knowing about the mass grave of at least 242 bodies that was discovered in his state earlier this week." 
Now There Are Air-Pollution Deniers, Too 
Emily Atkin, Grist 
Atkin writes: "It was known as the Great Pea Soup. In 1952, a thick, greenish-yellow fog smothered London, halting traffic and daily life. At the time, when households burned cheap coal for heat, factories spewed unregulated smoke, and buses burned diesel fuel, Londoners were used to a certain degree of greasy haze." 

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