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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

RSN: Senate Obamacare Repeal on Brink of Defeat

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Senate Obamacare Repeal on Brink of Defeat 
Senator Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader. (photo: J. Scott Applewhite/AP) 
Burgess Everett and Jennifer Haberkorn, Politico 
Excerpt: "The GOP is well short of the votes needed to bring its bill to the floor, and party leaders and President Donald Trump are kicking into overdrive to save their imperiled health care overhaul." 
Hardly a 'Clear Victory': SCOTUS Hands Government Sweeping Defeat on Travel Ban 
Cody Wofsy, ACLU 
Wofsy writes: "It rejected the government's blanket ban and recognized what all the lower courts in two separate cases saw: The ban would be devastating to families, organizations, and communities across the United States." 
Trump Lawyer's Firm Steered Millions in Donations to Family Members, Files Show 
Jon Swaine, Guardian UK 
Swaine writes: "More than 15,000 Americans were losing their jobs each day in June 2009, as the US struggled to climb out of a painful recession [...] But Jay Sekulow, who is now an attorney to Donald Trump, had a private jet to finance. His law firm was expecting a $3m payday. And six-figure contracts for members of his family needed to be taken care of." 
The Pentagon Promised Citizenship to Immigrants Who Served. Now It Might Help Deport Them. 
Alex Horton, The Washington Post 
Horton writes: "The Pentagon is considering a plan to cancel enlistment contracts for 1,000 foreign-born recruits without legal immigration status, knowingly exposing them to deportation, a Defense Department memo shows." 
Supreme Court Orders States to List Same-Sex Parents on Birth Certificates; Gorsuch Dissents 
Mark Joseph Stern, Slate 
Stern writes: "The per curiam decision marks a landmark victory for gay rights, confirming that the court's decision in Obergefell v. Hodges protects all rights relating to marriage, not simply the recognition of marriage itself." 
More Than 1000 Clandestine Graves Found in Mexico, Report Confirms 
Excerpt: "More than 1000 clandestine graves have been discovered in Mexico, with over 2014 skulls found, according to a new report written by academic and human rights organizations." 
California to List Monsanto Herbicide as Cancer-Causing 
Karl Plume, Reuters 
Plume writes: "Glyphosate, an herbicide and the active ingredient in Monsanto Co's (MON.N) popular Roundup weed killer, will be added to California's list of chemicals known to cause cancer effective July 7." 

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