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Monday, March 20, 2017

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Neil Gorsuch Is No Originalist: The Founders Loathed Corporate Power, He Favors It 
Neil Gorsuch. (photo: Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast) 
Jay Michaelson, The Daily Beast 
Michaelson writes: "Stop calling Judge Neil Gorsuch an originalist. His opinions would make the Founding Fathers turn over in their graves." 
Court Blocks Most of North Carolina GOP's Legislative Coup, Including Election-Board Power Grab 
Mark Joseph Stern, Slate 
Stern writes: "On Friday, a North Carolina state court ruled that most of the Republican-dominated legislature's December power grab-which stripped authority from the incoming Democratic governor-violated the state constitution." 
Coal Lobbyist Could Be Next EPA Deputy Administrator 
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch 
Chow writes: "President Donald Trump, who signed an executive order in January to curtail lobbying influence in government, is expected to name a coal lobbyist as the new deputy administrator to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)." 
Trump Administration Files Motion Aimed at Controlling Consumer Protection Agency 
Barbara Campbell, NPR 
Campbell writes: "The Trump administration has gone to court to try to bring the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau under its control. The bureau is an executive branch entity, but the president doesn't have direct control over the six-year-old agency." 
Trump Budget Could Mean Fatally Cold Winters for Some of America's Poor 
Alan Pyke, ThinkProgress 
Pyke writes: "Last winter, you helped six million American households - all of them poor and most of them home to a senior citizen, young child, or disabled adult - keep the heat on through the winter." 
Afghan Women Say No to the Dress 
Diane Cole, NPR 
Cole writes: "It's a story with a happy ending about a demonstration that didn't happen - after activist Afghan women beat back the Ministry of Education decision that schoolgirls must exchange their current already modest uniforms for styles that are more restrictive and concealing." 
Large Sections of Australia's Great Reef Are Now Dead, Scientists Find 
Damien Cave and Justin Gillis, The New York Times 
Excerpt: "The Great Barrier Reef in Australia has long been one of the world's most magnificent natural wonders, so enormous it can be seen from space, so beautiful it can move visitors to tears." 

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