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Immigration Policy Emerges as Stumbling Block to Health Care Reform

Sen. Arlen Specter (D-Pa) this morning told a town hall audience he will not support a bill that gives health coverage to illegal immigrants. Will the
Jul 31, 2020

Immigration Policy Emerges as Stumbling Block to Health Care Reform

Immigration Policy Emerges as Stumbling Block to Health Care Reform

Sen. Arlen Specter (D-Pa) this morning told a town hall audience he will not support a bill that gives health coverage to illegal immigrants. Will the
Sen. Arlen Specter (D-Pa) this morning told a town hall audience he will not support a bill that gives health coverage to illegal immigrants. Will the
Jul 31, 2020

Does the GOP Know About This?

Does the GOP Know About This?

<p>Attention Republican candidates: sanctuary cities are popping up right on the borders of the nation’s capital!</p> <p> Former
<p>Attention Republican candidates: sanctuary cities are popping up right on the borders of the nation’s capital!</p> <p> Former
Jul 31, 2020

PHOTOS: Occupy Fort Lauderdale attracts hundreds of protesters

PHOTOS: Occupy Fort Lauderdale attracts hundreds of protesters

At least 200 people — men and women, young and old, white, black, Latino, married couples and singles — met in downtown Fort Lauderdale on Saturday evening in the first Occupy Fort Lauderdale general assembly , to voice their ideas and hopes as well as frustration and anger with corporate greed and the two-party system. Occupy Fort Lauderdale followed a very simple format: In order to have people meet and socialize, they were asked to come up front and tell their story. One meeting coordinator said, “You have grievances with the system right now; we want to hear from as many people as possible so we can make a decision on how to move forward.” Then he read the “Declaration of the Occupation of New York City.” “The big thing that we can focus on are issues of economic class,” Evan Rowe, another meeting coordinator, said
At least 200 people — men and women, young and old, white, black, Latino, married couples and singles — met in downtown Fort Lauderdale on Saturday evening in the first Occupy Fort Lauderdale general assembly , to voice their ideas and hopes as well as frustration and anger with corporate greed and the two-party system. Occupy Fort Lauderdale followed a very simple format: In order to have people meet and socialize, they were asked to come up front and tell their story. One meeting coordinator said, “You have grievances with the system right now; we want to hear from as many people as possible so we can make a decision on how to move forward.” Then he read the “Declaration of the Occupation of New York City.” “The big thing that we can focus on are issues of economic class,” Evan Rowe, another meeting coordinator, said
Jul 31, 2020
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