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Friday, July 14, 2017

RSN: Bitter Clinton Supporters Try to Unseat Bernie Sanders in Senate Race

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14 July 17 AM
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Bitter Clinton Supporters Try to Unseat Bernie Sanders in Senate Race
Senator Bernie Sanders. (photo: Charlie Neibergall/AP)
Michael Sainato, Observer
Sainato writes: "In the 2016 presidential primaries, Sanders received over 86 percent of the vote in Vermont. Among the small percentage of people who voted for Hillary Clinton in the state was Svitavsky, a homeless shelter director who is beginning to receive support from other disgruntled Clinton supporters across the country."
Hawaii Judge Orders Loosening of Trump Travel Ban
Brent Kendall, The Wall Street Journal
Kendall writes: "A Hawaii judge late Thursday ordered a nationwide loosening of President Donald Trump's temporary ban on U.S. entry for some travelers from six Muslim-majority countries, ruling the administration's strict approach contradicted a recent Supreme Court ruling."
Religious Leaders Arrested in Act of Civil Disobedience Against Senate's 'Immoral' Health Care Bill
Jack Jenkins, ThinkProgress
Jenkins writes: "A group of prominent clergy were arrested Thursday on Capitol Hill while peacefully protesting the Republican health care bill, describing the legislation as 'immoral' and 'sinful.'"
Big Tobacco Still Sees Big Business in America's Poor
Jessica Glenza, Guardian UK
Glenza writes: "The US is pegged as an 'exciting' market, but this growth disproportionately affects the poor - including the industry's growers and laborers."
Federal Watchdog Finds Federal Prisons Violating Law by Keeping Mentally Ill in Solitary Confinement
Justin George, The Marshall Project
George writes: "The U.S. Bureau of Prisons faced stinging criticism over its treatment of mentally ill prisoners Wednesday with the release of a federal watchdog report that found the agency locks some of its most troubled inmates in solitary confinement conditions for long stretches at a time."
Ajit Pai: The Man Who Could Destroy the Open Internet
Olivia Solon, Guardian UK
Solon writes: "This is the man who could destroy the open internet. Pai, a 44-year-old Republican attorney, is spearheading the Trump administration's regulatory rollback of net neutrality protections."
200 Environmentalists Around the World Were Murdered Last Year
Stephen Leahy, National Geographic
Leahy writes: "At least 200 people were murdered last year for protecting the land, water, and wildlife in their communities, including five park rangers in Africa's Virunga National Park, which is home to some of the world's last remaining mountain gorillas."

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