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Sunday, July 30, 2017

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Marc Ash | A Jury in Minneapolis Has Blood on Its Hands 
Philando Castile's family members react after Officer Jeronimo Yanez was acquitted of all charges.   (photo: Elizabeth Flores/Star Tribune-AP) 
Marc Ash, Reader Supported News 
Ash writes: "When police kill innocent, peaceful people, public scrutiny turns to the police: their tactics, their training, their professionalism or lack thereof. But average citizens rarely look at themselves. That in truth is where the problem lies." 
Al Gore: 'The Rich Have Subverted All Reason' 
Carole Cadwalladr, Guardian UK 
Cadwalladr writes: "They have taken time off work. And they are here, in the presence of their master, Al Gore. Because Al Gore is to climate change… well, what Donald Trump is to climate change denial." 
Jim Newell | They Never Really Hated Obamacare 
Jim Newell, Slate 
Newell writes: "Republicans had quite the racket going—a very long, nearly successful con. For seven years, they convinced much of the country that every health care–related problem people faced could be directly attributed to Obamacare, a socialist plot enacted by Democratic votes and signed into law by nefarious Barack Obama." 
Federal Judge Blocks Arkansas From Enforcing Extreme Abortion Laws 
Tara Culp-Ressler, ThinkProgress 
Culp-Ressler writes: "A federal judge has blocked Arkansas from enforcing several extreme abortion restrictions that reproductive rights advocates say would have had a devastating effect on patients." 
Voices From the Sweltering Inside: Recent Protests at St. Louis Workhouse Jail Remind Us That American Prisons Are Oppressive Hellholes 
Heather Ann Thompson, Jacobin 
Thompson writes: "Time and again the people on the inside are heard only when they cry out for help directly, loudly and publicly. And their conditions are improved only when we on the outside hear those cries and stand with them." 
Massachusetts Governor Signs Bill to Allow Recreational Pot 
Reid Wilson, The Hill 
Wilson writes: "Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker (R) has signed a new measure that sets in motion a nearly yearlong process to legalize marijuana for recreational use, after months of negotiations with the state legislature." 
Like Exxon, Utilities Knew About Climate Change Risks Decades Ago 
John H. Cushman Jr., Inside Climate News 
Cushman writes: "A study issued Tuesday by an energy watchdog group offers important new insights into the fossil fuel industry's extensive early understanding of climate change and the risks it poses." 

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