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Thursday, May 4, 2017

RSN: Garrison Keillor | Late-Night Driving, Right-Hand Thinking

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Garrison Keillor | Late-Night Driving, Right-Hand Thinking 
A prairie strip filled with black-eyed susans between soy beans on a farm under a rising full moon in July 2016. (photo: Andrew Dickinson/The Washington Post) 
Garrison Keillor, The Washington Post 
Keillor writes: "At home I am an old liberal, but out here at 2 a.m., I am all about freedom." 
Obamacare Back in House GOP Crosshairs Today 
Deirdre Shesgreen, USA Today 
Shesgreen writes: "The Republican bill, hotly contested and highly controversial, was the subject of 11th-hour negotiations and last-minute sweeteners, as GOP leaders scrambled for enough votes to push it through the House and send it to the Senate." 
Woodruff-Mak | Comey Tries to Warn About Russia, Senators Ask About Hillary's Emails Instead 
Betsy Woodruff and Tim Mak, The Daily Beast 
Excerpt: "The Kremlin isn't done messing with American elections, but Democrats and Republicans are still fixated on Hillary Clinton's private email server." 
Jury Convicts Protester Who Laughed at Jeff Sessions 
Ian Millhiser, ThinkProgress 
Millhiser writes: "The cops in this case could have simply ignored Ms. Fairooz's initial chuckle and few people would have noticed it. Instead, they decided to create a much greater disruption by pulling her out of the room." 
Flint Water Crisis: More Than 8,000 Residents at Risk of Losing Homes After Refusing to Pay for Poisoned Water 
Clark Mindock, Independent 
Mindock writes: "More than 8,000 people in Flint have been told they could lose both their water supply and even their homes, if they continue to refuse to pay bills for polluted water provided by the Michigan city." 
Up to 55,000 Haitians Face Deportation if Trump Refuses to Extend Temporary Protected Status 
Democracy Now! 
Excerpt: "Up to 55,000 Haitians could be forcefully repatriated to their fragile, struggling homeland if the Trump administration refuses to extend a temporary protected status that has allowed them to legally reside and work in the U.S. after an earthquake devastated Haiti in 2010." 
Environmental Groups Sue Trump Administration Over Offshore Drilling 
Brady Dennis, The Washington Post 
Dennis writes: "A coalition of environmental groups on Wednesday sued the Trump administration over its efforts to expand offshore drilling, arguing the move violates the president's legal authority, threatens a multitude of wildlife and could harm the fishing and tourism industries." 

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