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Friday, May 26, 2017

****RSN: Andy Borowitz | Remaining Countries on Trump's Itinerary Say They'd Rather Wait a Month and Meet With the Next President

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Andy Borowitz | Remaining Countries on Trump's Itinerary Say They'd Rather Wait a Month and Meet With the Next President
President Donald Trump. (photo: Brendan Smialowski/Getty)
Andy Borowitz, The New Yorker
Borowitz writes: "Citing the exorbitant costs of hosting a President, the Belgian said it 'would be insane' to spend such sums on someone who 'only has a few weeks left' in office."
Ben Jacobs | Montana Election: Race Had Tightened Even Before Gianforte Assault Charge
Ben Jacobs, Guardian UK
Excerpt: "In a dispatch from the Guardian's Ben Jacobs sent before he was 'body-slammed' by Republican candidate Greg Gianforte, the reporter finds both parties spending millions in a race with national significance."
Bernie Sanders to Propose $15 Minimum Wage Bill, Backed by 31 Democrats
Ishani Roy, International Business Times
Roy writes: "Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders' agenda to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour, backed by 31 Democrats, will be proposed Thursday, reports said. Sanders had made this issue the focal point of his 2016 presidential campaign."
Alabama Governor Signs Law Giving Thousands of Felons Their Right to Vote Back
Kira Lerner, ThinkProgress
Lerner writes: "When Kenneth Glasgow was released from prison after serving 14 years on drug-related charges, he was told that he couldn't vote. So three years later, when he was granted a partial pardon that restored his right to vote, he attached a string to his voter registration card and wore it around his neck for four months."
The Rise of the Liberal Conspiracy Theorist
Katy Waldman, Slate
Waldman writes: "Mensch's blog and Twitter feed, larded as they are with double secret indictments, SCOTUS marshals sounding the horn of impeachment, and Russian spies in every desk drawer, invite all of us into the White House through a side door, one that's accessible only via the 11th dimension."
Libyan Coastguard Opened Fire at Refugee Boats: NGOs
Jenna Belhumeur, Al Jazeera
Belhumeur writes: "Libyan coastguard officers opened fire on two boats loaded with refugees while rescue operations were under way in the Mediterranean on Tuesday, according to rescue workers at the scene."
Sheldon Adelson Wants to Kill Bill That Would Make Nevada a Renewable Energy Powerhouse
David Pomerantz, Energy and Policy Institute
Pomerantz writes: "The Nevada Assembly passed a bill Wednesday that would dramatically increase the growth of renewable energy in the state, but Sheldon Adelson, the casino magnate and major donor to Donald Trump, is attempting to prevent the bill from becoming law."

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