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Thursday, October 12, 2017

William Boardman | Bigoted and Unprofessional Police Chief Backed by Michigan Governor




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William Boardman | Bigoted and Unprofessional Police Chief Backed by Michigan Governor 
Michigan State Police Director Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue. (photo: M Live) 
William Boardman, Reader Supported News 
Boardman writes: "Director Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue apparently gave no thought to her pre-packaged, knee-jerk reaction to NFL players kneeling during the national anthem in protest of police treatment of African Americans in America. Col. Etue was apparently unprepared for the intense reaction to her casual castigation of fellow citizens, predominantly black athletes, acting on principle." 
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On the Eve of Trump Delivering Decision on Iran Deal, Congress Strategizes 
Karoun Demirjian and Carol Morello, The Washington Post 
Excerpt: "Members of Congress who have squared off on the Iran nuclear deal since its inception strategized Wednesday in preparation for President Trump's highly anticipated announcement on its fate." 
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Puerto Rico's Health Care Is in Dire Condition, Three Weeks After Maria 
Frances Robles, The New York Times 
Robles writes: "Nearly three weeks after Hurricane Maria tore through Puerto Rico, many sick people across the island remain in mortal peril." 
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Trump Administration Gave 500,000 Fugitives the Right to Buy Guns 
Eric Levitz, New York Magazine 
Levitz writes: "There is a limit to the Trump administration's fealty to the police. And when the financial interests of gun manufacturers have been at odds with the safety of American cops, the White House has sided with the arms merchants." 
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Trump to Sign Executive Order Undercutting the Affordable Care Act 
Peter Sullivan, The Hill 
Sullivan writes: "President Trump will sign an executive order on Thursday morning aimed at taking action on health care after Congress's failure to repeal ObamaCare." 
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"Cooking Them to Death": The Lethal Toll of Hot Prisons 
Maurice Chammah and John Coarlos Frey, The Marshall Project 
Excerpt: "Looking back, Sidney said, he was naive for not heeding Allen's warnings. But he reserves his harshest judgment for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. 'They murdered my brother,' he said."
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Drought and Heat, Worsened by Humans, Help Fuel California Fires 
James Rainey, NBC News 
Rainey writes: "The consensus in the scientific community is that the conditions that cleared a path for the tsunami of flame were made by humans." 
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Here's How to Support Puerto Rico as It Recovers From Devastating Hurricane Maria 
Remezcla 
Excerpt: "With the island expected to go without power for months, Puerto Rico now needs our help. The US territory is in the midst of a financial crisis and already struggling in many ways." 
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