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Garrison Keillor | Midsummer Party, the Norwegian Way 
Garrison Keillor. (photo: WPR) 
Garrison Keillor, The Washington Post and Press Herald 
Keillor writes: "A splendid week in Norway and now it's good to be back home, driving around town in my old beat-up Volvo and listening to The Drifters." 
Sally Yates: Trump Administration Behavior 'Should Be Alarming to Us as a Country' 
Max Greenwood, The Hill 
Greenwood writes: "Former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates slammed the Trump administration on Tuesday for ignoring legal and political norms, arguing that concerns about President Trump's conduct should go much deeper than whether he committed an impeachable offense." 
White House Threatens to Sabotage Insurance of Low-Income People if Trumpcare Isn't Passed 
Aaron Rupar, ThinkProgress 
Rupar writes: "During an off-camera briefing on Monday, Press Secretary Sean Spicer signaled that the Trump administration is willing to use low-income Americans' health insurance as a bargaining chip to persuade Congress to pass Trumpcare, which will result in tens of millions of Americans losing their health insurance." 
Why Don't Deficit Hawks Care About the Cost of Military Adventurism? 
Adam H. Johnson, Los Angeles Times 
Johnson writes: "Crippling deficits and a nightmarish national debt are popular, recurring tropes in American politics: Every few months, politicians and the pundit class seem to recall that we're broke. While some are no doubt sincere in their concern, our pocketbook cops are wildly inconsistent." 
GOP Healthcare Bill May Send Pregnant Women Back to Days Without Coverage 
Molly Redden, Guardian UK 
Redden writes: "In 2011, when Corey Miller was getting ready to get married, she knew it wouldn't be too long before she and her new husband would be ready to start a family." 
Brazil's Temer Won't Resign and Says Nothing Will Destroy Him 
Excerpt: "Brazil's President Michel Temer says nothing will destroy him, as he faces suspension and a possible impeachment." 
Is Giant Sequoia National Monument Next on the Trump Administration's Hit List? 
Jason Mark, Sierra Club 
Mark writes: "That's the scientific name for the giant sequoia: the mammoth trees found in California's Sierra Nevada that are the largest organisms on Earth, and among the longest-lived. Biologists estimate that about half of all sequoias live in Giant Sequoia National Monument, a 328,000-acre preserve in the Southern Sierra Nevada established by President Clinton in 2000." 

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