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#LivesOnTheLine Action 6.22.17

Thank you to EVERYONE who answered our call to send selfies and/or photos of loved ones. #LivesOnTheLine is headed to Philly today (follow us on… 102 more words

Could Medicaid Face Federal Budget Cuts?

Glastonbury Medicaid lawyers help seniors to obtain Medicaid coverage so they can pay for nursing home care. Medicaid was first signed into law in 1965, and it covered more than 97 million people in 2015, according to The Motley Fool. 38 more words

While You Were Sleeping: 5 stories you might have missed, June 23 edition

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Donald Trump admits he has no tapes of James Comey meetings

US President Donald Trump admitted he does not have recordings of his private meetings with fired FBI director James Comey, after fueling speculation for weeks of secret Oval Office tapes. 524 more words

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Upfront: All federal contracts must be invoiced and paid through a website. 163 more words


Houston joins federal lawsuit against sanctuary city bill

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — The City of Houston will join a federal lawsuit against SB-4, the controversial state bill banning so-called sanctuary cities.

City council members voted to join the lawsuit during a Wednesday morning meeting. 130 more words

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DIA Director appointed new Deputy Commander for U.S. Cyber Command

PENTAGON — Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis announced that one of the president’s general officer assignment nominations on 19 JUNE 2017 is Marine Corps Lieutenant General Vincent R. 222 more words


#2 The Radical Upbringing of Julián and Joaquín Castro

Twin brothers Julián and Joaquín Castro are part of the Democratic National Committee’s bench for future national elections. 1,514 more words