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  1. Trump Not Letting Media TurnPuerto Rico Into His KatrinaRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 7 | Lucianne.com

    President Donald Trump punched back hard against the mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, who accused him of insufficient concern about her island. In doing so, Trump shows that he learned from President George W. BushA s mistakes.

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  2. Health Highlights: Oct. 5, 2017Read the original story

    Thursday Oct 5 | HON

    ... on the committee, Ron Wyden of Oregon, helped create the program in 1997 with the late Democratic Sen. Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts. But members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee argued over a similar bill to provide money for the health ...

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  3. Lawmakers Battle Over Children's Insurance ProgramRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 4 | WebMD

    ... on the committee, Ron Wyden of Oregon, helped create the program in 1997 with the late Democratic Sen. Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts. But members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee argued over a similar bill to provide money for the health ...

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  4. Trump Not Letting Media Turn Puerto Rico Into His 'Katrina'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 4 | Townhall

    President Donald Trump punched back hard against the mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, who accused him of insufficient concern about her island. In doing so, Trump shows that he learned from President George W. Bush's mistakes.

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  5. Larry Elder:Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 4 | Jewish World Review

    President Donald Trump punched back hard against the mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, who accused him of insufficient concern about her island. In doing so, Trump shows that he learned from President George W. Bush's mistakes.

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  6. Cancer affects many family membersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 2 | Citrus County Chronicle

    ... a popular special education teacher and basketball coach developed brain cancer, the same type that Sen. Edward Kennedy had and Sen. John McCain has now. He was given nine months, but lived four years after diagnosis. "After treatment and being in ...

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  7. After Las Vegas terror, GOP lawmakers hem and hawRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 2 | MacLeans

    Another mass shooting, another day in Washington. 'It's hard to eliminate people who are madmen, no matter what we do,' says one senator.

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  8. Program that provides low-cost health care to 9 million children expiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 2 | KFOR-AM Lincoln

    Last reauthorized in 2015, CHIP is a partnership between the federal government and states that insures American children from low and moderate-income families. And though the program's situation isn't yet dire - and won't be until the states begin to run out of money - some states are starting to get nervous about paying for the program.

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  9. Patrick O. Burns, 80Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 28 | IBerkshires

    ... to aid children, he was a volunteer defense attorney in Jackson, Miss., for the ACLU, an Assistant to Edward Kennedy in his campaign for senate and a legal consultant to the Warren Commission investigating President John F. Kennedy's assassination. ...

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  10. Congress fails to extend bill providing health care for 9M kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 1 | New York Daily News

    Nine million kids are on the verge of being uninsured after Congress failed to extend a Clinton-era bill that helps children in middle-class families obtain affordable health care. Congress missed the deadline to review the Children's Health Insurance Program on Saturday, putting several states in jeopardy of losing money when the program expires.

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  11. Obama speechwriter Cody Keenan discusses career, current political climateRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 1 | The Badger Herald Online

    University of Wisconsin's La Follete School of Public Affairs hosted Cody Keenan, a former speechwriter for former President Barack Obama, at the Pyle Center Friday. Keenan said his journey began when he moved to Washington D.C. after college.

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  12. As CHIP Expires Unrenewed, Congress Blows Chance to Save Healthcare for 9 Million ChildrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 1 | Common Dreams

    Congressional Republicans tried to repeal the Affordable Care Act and failed to reauthorize federal funds for a healthcare program that serves nearly nine million American children. CD Editor's note: This op-ed was initally published by the Los Angeles Times on Friday, September 29, 2017, before Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price resigned Friday evening and federal funding for the children's healthcare program expired on Saturday.

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  13. Program that provides low-cost health care to 9M children set to expireRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 29 | ABC News

    Amid intense debates about the Graham-Cassidy health care bill, the Senate and House missed the deadline to reauthorize the Children's Health Insurance Program -- meaning federal funding for the program will expire at the end of the month. Last reauthorized in 2015 , CHIP is a partnership between the federal government and states that insures American children from low and moderate-income families.

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  14. Program that provides low-cost health care to 9 million children set to expireRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 29 | KWLM-AM Willmar

    Last reauthorized in 2015, CHIP is a partnership between the federal government and states that insures American children from low and moderate-income families. And though the program's situation isn't yet dire -- and won't be until the states begin to run out of money -- some states are starting to get nervous about paying for the program.

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  15. Congress just blew a chance to save healthcare for 9 million childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 29 | Los Angeles Times

    Advocates for children's health started worrying months ago that Congressional incompetence would jeopardize the nation's one indisputable healthcare success-the Children's Health Insurance Program, which has reduced the uninsured rate among kids to 5% from 14% over the two decades of its existence. Their fears turned out to be true.

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  16. Utah could end a health program for poor children thanks to own senator's obsession with TrumpcareRead the original story

    Friday Sep 29 | ThinkProgress

    ... CHIP program was forged by a bipartisan group in the Senate Finance Committee; Sens. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and Edward Kennedy (D-MA) were the legislation's lead sponsors. Twenty years later, Hatch used his position as chairman of the Senate Finance ...

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  17. Scott Brown gets drum kit from KISS, hangs with Deep Purple dudeRead the original story

    Friday Sep 29 | Boston.com

    Former US Senator Scott Brown spends a lot of time in his current post as ambassador to New Zealand meeting with heads of state to discuss critical trade partnerships, cultural exchanges, and global security threats. But he also nurtures his passion for music, and a very special gift just came in the mail for the rockin' Republican.

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  18. Controversial Ted Kennedy 'Chappaquiddick' Gets Awards-Focused Release DateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 28 | News Max

    "Chappaquiddick," the movie based on young Sen. Ted Kennedy's fatal car accident and drowning of Mary Jo Kopechne in 1969, is getting a Dec. 8 release date, The Hollywood Reporter revealed, just in time to snag an upcoming award, like an Oscar. The movie being released by Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios is already being touted for some kind of nod at the 2018 Academy Awards, Boston.com noted.

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  19. Can pro-Cawley candidates overcome Belvidere bloc?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 28 | Lowell Sun

    ... of her 3,073 votes came from the two Belvidere precincts, compared to 35 percent for pro-downtown Mayor Edward Kennedy, who topped the ballot with 3,266 votes. If Ward 1 Precinct 2 and 3 hadn't voted, Mercier would have been the highest vote-getter, ...

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  20. Release date set for - Chappaquiddick'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 27 | Boston.com

    "Chappaquiddick," the new movie about the 1969 car accident in which Mary Jo Kopechne was killed and Senator Ted Kennedy was at the wheel, has a release date - and it looks like producers have Oscar aspirations. "Chappaquiddick," which stars Jason Clarke as Kennedy and Kate Mara as Kopechne, opens in select theaters Dec. 8, according to the Hollywood Reporter, which would qualify the film for Oscar consideration.

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