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William Boardman | Trump's In-Your-Face Impeachable Offense 
Donald Trump. (photo: Getty) 
William Boardman, Reader Supported News 
Boardman writes: "The political will to impeach this deceitful, destructive President and his administration does not exist despite millions of people, even some in Congress and the media, knowing impeachment is abundantly justified." 
Trump's Lawyers Explore Pardoning Powers and Ways to Undercut Russia Investigation 
Carol D. Leonnig, Ashley Parker, Rosalind S. Helderman and Tom Hamburger, The Washington Post 
Excerpt: "Some of President Donald Trump's lawyers are exploring ways to limit or undercut Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, building a case against what they allege are his conflicts of interest and discussing the president's authority to grant pardons, according to people familiar with the effort." 
US Attorney's Office Is Now Harassing Barrett Brown's Literary Agent 
Kevin Gosztola, Shadowproof 
Gosztola writes: "The United States Attorney's office in the northern district of Texas issued another subpoena against journalist Barrett Brown. It was sent to Writers House, Barrett Brown's literary agent who is working with him on his forthcoming book." 
America's CEOs Make 271 Times the Annual Average Pay of the Typical Worker 
Dominic Rushe, Guardian UK 
Rushe writes: "The CEOs of America's largest firms made an average of $15.6m in compensation last year, or 271 times the annual average pay of the typical worker, according to an analysis released Thursday." 
New Orleans Is Not Warning Residents About Possible Lead Exposure, Says a Scathing New Report 
Nidhi Subbaraman, BuzzFeed 
Subbaraman writes: "Construction projects could be exposing New Orleans residents to lead in their water, the city inspector general has found. It's only the latest of several reports documenting failings of the city's water monitor." 
Tennessee Inmates Are Being Offered a Horrifying Choice: Jail Time or Sterilization 
Rafi Schwartz, Fusion 
Schwartz writes: "Prisoners at the White County jail in Sparta, TN, have recently been given a horrifying choice: Serve their entire sentence behind bars or agree to undergo a sterilization procedure, courtesy of the Tennessee Department of Health, in exchange for a reduced sentence." 
Andy Rowell, Oil Change International 
Rowell writes: "The head of the U.S. Coast Guard has agreed with the Center for Biological Diversity: The U.S. cannot successfully clean up an oil spill in the Arctic." 

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