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Monday, July 3, 2017

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Garrison Keillor | Partying With the Engineers 
Garrison Keillor. (photo: WPR)
Garrison Keillor, New Hampshire Union Leader
Keillor writes: "They like Mark Twain. I tried to steal a line of his at dinner: 'I've lived through some terrible things in my life, some of which actually happened.' And they recognized it was his. I said it when they asked about Trump."
The Biggest Winner in the Current Health-Care Debate: Single-Payer
Aaron Blake, The Washington Post
Blake writes: "We still don't know who will ultimately prevail in the debate over the future of American health care: the Republicans who want to overhaul Obamacare, or the Democrats who want to keep it in place. But after weeks of debate, there is one clear winner so far: single-payer health care."
Portland Republicans to Use Militia for Security as Far-Right Rallies Continue
Jason Wilson, Guardian UK
Wilson writes: "Brawls and verbal confrontations punctuated the latest in a series of far-right 'patriot movement' events in Portland, Oregon, on Friday, as around 100 attendees clashed verbally and occasionally physically with 'anti-fascist' protesters."
The Judge in the Infamous Brock Turner Case Finally Explains His Decision - a Year Later
Cleve R. Wootson Jr., The Washington Post
Wootson writes: "When Judge Aaron Persky sentenced a Stanford swimmer who sexually assaulted a woman behind a dumpster to six months in jail, critics came up with a slew of reasons for what they viewed as a frustratingly lenient punishment."
More Dems Sign Onto Bill to Impeach Trump
John Bowden, The Hill
Bowden writes: "Four more House Democrats have signed on to a bill to begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump after his Twitter rampage against MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski."
Illinois Blows Budget Deadline as Threat of Downgrade Looms
Natasha Korecki, Politco
Korecki writes: "Illinois lawmakers blew their deadline for a budget agreement and instead entered their third fiscal year without a spending plan on Saturday, despite worries about the state facing an unprecedented downgrade to junk status."
EPA Boss Launches Program to 'Critique' Scientific Consensus on Climate Change
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch
Chow writes: "Pruitt has cozy ties with the fossil fuel industry and has sued the EPA more than a dozen times over regulations as Oklahoma Attorney General. Since taking the EPA's helm, Pruitt has assisted with President Trump's systematic dismantling of critical rules that protect the environment in favor of energy development."

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