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RSN: Bernie Sanders | Now Is the Time for Bold Action

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Bernie Sanders | Now Is the Time for Bold Action
Senator Bernie Sanders. (photo: Des Moines Register)
Bernie Sanders, The Des Moines Register
Sanders writes: "When I look out into our country today, I see our great middle class, once the envy of the world, in a 40-year decline, with millions of Americans working longer hours for lower wages."
Revised Senate Health-Care Bill Still Lacks the Votes to Pass
Sean Sullivan, Kelsey Snell and Juliet Eilperin, The Washington Post
Excerpt: "The Senate GOP's latest attempt to rewrite the Affordable Care Act showed few signs of gaining traction Thursday, further imperiling the party's quest to overhaul Barack Obama's 2010 health-care law."
Justice Department Releases Sessions' Disclosure Form, a Day Late
Mark Katkov and James Doubek, NPR
Excerpt: "A day late, the Justice Department complied this morning with a federal court order and released part of a security clearance form dealing with Attorney General Jeff Sessions' contacts with foreign governments."
The Dept. of Education's Top Civil Rights Officer Is Really Very Sorry She Said 90 Percent of Campus Rape Accusations Were Not Rape
Katie McDonough, Fusion
McDonough writes: "Life comes at you fast. For me, for you, and for Candice Jackson, deputy assistant secretary in the Office for Civil Rights."
Trump Election Group Backs Away From Its Request for Voter Data After Outcry
Andrew Gumbel, Guardian UK
Gumbel writes: "The Trump administration is backing away from its extraordinary attempt to gather voters' personal information, following a barrage of legal challenges, an outcry from state officials, and a rash of voter registration cancellations by people concerned about their privacy."
'Cholera Is Everywhere': Yemen Epidemic Spiraling out of Control
Saeed Kamali Dehghan, Guardian UK
Dehghan writes: "As the area grapples with both the cholera epidemic, which began to spread in April, and the impact of the country's civil war, the life of the qat harvester has become harder and harder."
Nation's Largest Utility Wants Customers to Pay for Coal Ash Cleanup
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch
Chow writes: "Duke Energy - the nation's largest electric company - is being criticized for trying to pass along its coal ash cleanup efforts to customers in the form of rate hikes."

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