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RSN: Bob Bauer | A Disabled Executive: The Special Counsel Investigation and Presidential Immunities

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Bob Bauer | A Disabled Executive: The Special Counsel Investigation and Presidential Immunities 
Donald Trump. (photo: USA TODAY) 
Bob Bauer, Lawfare 
Bauer writes: "The long-standing constitutional question, so far unaddressed by any court, is again raised: do the strains on a presidency under investigation require the conclusion that the president cannot be indicted while in office?" 
'Bigger Than the 6th': Voters Head to Polls in Georgia Race That's Turned on Trump 
Johnny Kauffman, NPR 
Kauffman writes: "It was supposed to be an easy win for Republicans. But the more than four month-long bitter special election fight in Georgia's 6th congressional district has been anything but simple." 
Democrats Just Got Some Very Good News From the Supreme Court on Gerrymandering 
Aaron Blake, The Washington Post 
Blake writes: "The fact that the justices are even going to hear this case suggests that it could result in a ruling on the constitutionality question. And since the court has never struck down a map for partisan gerrymandering, that ruling could move the needle in a way we have never seen before." 
Code Red on Senate Health Bill 
Michael Hiltzik, Los Angeles Times 
Hiltzik writes: "The Senate is contemplating a change in Medicaid that would cut it even more than the $830-billion proposed by the House." 
Pregnant Woman Killed by Police While Children Were Home After Reporting Theft 
Sam Levin, Guardian UK 
Levin writes: "Seattle police shot and killed a mother of four inside her apartment in the presence of her young children after she called law enforcement to report a burglary." 
Classicist Receives Death Threats From Alt-Right Over Art Historical Essay 
Excerpt: "Sarah E. Bond, a historian of Rome who works as an assistant professor in the classics department at the University of Iowa, has received death threats and is being targeted by the alt-right for publishing an article on polychromy in the ancient world." 
What Climate Deniers Want Next After Winning Paris Pullout 
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch 
Chow writes: "Trump's decision to pull the U.S. out of the Paris climate agreement earlier this month was a clear win for conservative groups [...] So what do these politically powerful forces have next on the agenda? The first target could be the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) endangerment finding." 

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