Trump and Top Aides Pat Themselves on Back Despite an Inept, Agonizingly Slow Response
Author: Tod Hardin
He wants to cut insurance subsidies of 7 million people to force Democrats to negotiate on Obamacare repeal.
A Washington state representative pushes a bill to allow manure to seep into ground water. He also wants to prevent environmental groups from suing farmers.
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