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Ill. gov drinks chocolate divert to show farrago is ‘really good’

Illinois administrator Bruce Rauner took a sup of chocolate divert to display his joining to farrago Wednesday. “It’s really, really good — diversity,” he pronounced in front of an assembly at the Thompson Center in Chicago. Hyatt Hotels farrago and inclusion executive Tyronne Stoudemire enclosed the administrator in the demonstration, …

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Public Advocate James blasts Trump’s due food stamps cuts

Public Advocate Letitia James pulpy the Trump administration to retreat hundreds of billions of dollars in cuts to food stamps — and a devise to make recipients get half their advantages in pre-packed “harvest boxes.” President Trump has due a 30%, or $214 billion, cut to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance …

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Mueller files new charges against Paul Manafort and Rick Gates

Special warn Robert Mueller put new vigour on former Trump campaign authority Paul Manafort and assistance Rick Gates Thursday, slamming the span with a slew of additional taxation and bank rascal charges. A new 32-count complaint was unblocked from a sovereign grand jury in Virginia, adding to the income laundering …

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City Council check proposes free diapers at shelters

City pols are pulling to give free diapers to needy parents. Taxpayer-funded diapers would be stocked at family homeless shelters, domestic assault shelters, and city-subsidized daycare centers under a check sponsored by Councilman Mark Treyger (D-Brooklyn). “Diapers are not a oppulance item. They are a simple requirement,” pronounced Treyger, who …

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LUPICA: Wayne LaPierre, NRA on the run since of anti-gun kids

The care of the National Rifle Association has always been about people done tough by guns. President Donald Trump actually tweeted about the men in charge of the NRA on Thursday morning, job Chris Cox, the organization’s arch lobbyist and Wayne LaPierre, the organization’s executive clamp boss and conduct shill, …

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Missouri administrator indicted for blackmailing mistress

The Missouri administrator who certified to having an event with his beautician was indicted by a St. Louis grand jury Thursday. Gov. Eric Greitens, 43, was charged with advance of privacy, a felony, after allegedly melancholy the lady with releasing a partially bare photo he took of her if she …

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