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Tuesday, March 7, 2017

RSN: Robert Reich | The Old Trump Is Back. In Fact, He Never Left

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Robert Reich | The Old Trump Is Back. In Fact, He Never Left 
Robert Reich. (photo: AP) 
Robert Reich, Robert Reich's Website 
Reich writes: "It seems an eternity ago but it was only last Tuesday night when Donald Trump addressed a joint session of Congress and stuck to the teleprompter without going off the deep end - eliciting rapturous praise from the media." 
Trump Signs Muslim Ban 2.0. Here's All You Need to Know. 
Adrienne Mahsa Varkiani, ThinkProgress 
Varkiani writes: "On Monday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order temporarily banning nationals from six Muslim-majority countries and halting all refugee resettlement." 
Russian Hackers Said to Seek Hush Money From Liberal Groups 
Michael Riley, Bloomberg 
Riley writes: "Russian hackers are targeting U.S. progressive groups in a new wave of attacks, scouring the organizations' emails for embarrassing details and attempting to extract hush money, according to two people familiar with probes being conducted by the FBI and private security firms." 
Repealing the Affordable Care Act Would Jeopardize Women's Health 
Jordan Smith, The Intercept 
Smith writes: "Nine-and-a-half million women obtained health insurance under the ACA and 55 million women gained access to expanded, no-cost preventive services, like no-pay birth control. The birth control provision alone has saved women $1.4 billion per year. Similarly, banning gender rating has saved women roughly $1 billion per year." 
Supreme Court Scraps Case on Transgender Bathroom Rights 
Mark Sherman, Associated Press 
Sherman writes: "The Supreme Court is returning a transgender teen's case to a lower court without reaching a decision, leaving in limbo the issue of transgender rights in school settings." 
America's Hidden Water Affordability Crisis 
Ciara O'Rourke, Fusion 
O'Rourke writes: "Nearly 14 million households nationwide already struggle to afford water services. An additional 27.18 million - or 8.5 percent of the country's population - could soon face the same challenges." 
100 Years Ago, Alexander Graham Bell Warned Us About the 'Greenhouse Effect' 
Joe Romm, ThinkProgress 
Romm writes: "Back in 1917, the inventor of the telephone foresaw a future where coal and oil were replaced by renewable fuels." 

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