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Friday, April 28, 2017

RSN: Jill Abramson | Barack Obama Has a Powerful Voice. He Shouldn't Use It for Paid Speeches

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Jill Abramson | Barack Obama Has a Powerful Voice. He Shouldn't Use It for Paid Speeches 
'The optics of some of Obama's decisions since leaving office have been damaging.' (photo: Jim Young/AFP/Getty) 
Jill Abramson, Guardian UK 
Abramson writes: "It's still early, but so far Barack Obama's post-presidency has been a disappointment." 
Top Democrats Exploring Lawsuit Against Trump Over Unconstitutional Conflicts of Interest 
Jordain Carney, The Hill 
Carney writes: "Senate Democrats are exploring a lawsuit against President Trump on the grounds that his vast business empire has created conflicts of interest that violate the Constitution." 
Arkansas Carries Out Fourth Execution in Eight Days, Concluding Frantic Lethal Injection Schedule 
Mark Berman, The Washington Post 
Berman writes: "Arkansas executed a death-row inmate late Thursday in the state's fourth lethal injection in eight days, concluding a frantic execution schedule officials said was necessary to carry out death sentences before one of their drugs expired." 
Democrats Introduce $15 Minimum Wage Bill 
Seerat Chabba, International Business Times 
Chabba writes: "Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders' agenda to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour is finally being backed by the Democrats with the party introducing a bill to facilitate it Wednesday." 
Babies and Children Are Listed in Homeland Security's Immigrant Database of Alleged Criminals 
Cindy Carcamo, Los Angeles Times 
Carcamo writes: "The Trump administration's online database of immigrants in detention was supposed to help the public search for potential criminals. But when it launched Wednesday, an immigration attorney noticed something unusual: babies." 
New 'Chiquita Papers' Expose How Banana Execs Fueled War and Terror in Colombia for Decades 
Excerpt: "A new release of the sensitive internal records of Chiquita Brands International, the U.S. banana giant that funded right-wing paramilitary death squads in Colombia, dubbed the 'Chiquita Papers,' reveals new information about the exact role individual Chiquita executives played in bankrolling terror in the South American country." 
Did a Fracking Operation Cause a Fatal Home Explosion in Colorado? 
Susan Greene, The Colorado Independent 
Greene writes: "Oil and gas giant Anadarko has shut down some 3,000 wells in northern Colorado in the aftermath of the fatal explosion of a home some 200 feet from one of its old wells." 

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