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- A Conservative Judge Just Slapped the Trump Administration’s Treatment of Poor PeopleOver the past last week, federal appellate courts dealt a one-two punch to the national conservative agenda. Taken together, they stand as a rare defense of low-income Americans to get affordable health care and exercise their right to vote.While the Trump administration frequently trumpets the number of judges it has appointed to the federal bench over the past three years, these decisions are a reminder of the inherent independence of lifetime appointees to break sharply with partisan policymakers.In the first case, Gresham v. Azar, Arkansas residents sued the Secretary of Health and Human Services for approving a pilot project purportedly aimed at “promoting the objectives of Medicaid” but which required recipients to work to qualify for the free health care.In 2013, Arkansas’s Democratic governor expanded Medicaid under Obamacare to include all qualified individuals with income up to 133 percent of the poverty level. (In 2020, that base level is $26,200… ..... Read More.7 mins ago
- Chelsea v Tottenham: Premier League – live!Updates from the 12.30pm GMT kick-offLive scores | 10 things to look out forAnd feel free to email Scott here 11.54am GMTBT Sport have a word with the ever-spiky Jose Mourinho. “I cannot demand more than I do in every game, which is to give everything they can give. We have had only two days to prepare but we prepared the best we could. As I was more than expecting, Chelsea come with a system and with Alonso playing, we prepare ourselves tactically for that. And with what we have available, we are going to fight for the points.” As for leaving out Dele Alli? “I am not sure you ask every manager in the Premier League when one player stays out. Do you do the same question for them? For other managers it is normal to leave out any player they want. It looks like to me any time… ..... Read More.14 mins ago
- The 5 most powerful armies in the worldBattlefields are constantly evolving, leading countries around the world to pump hundreds of billions of dollars each year into their armed forces in a race to develop the most advanced training, technology and weaponry. ..... Read More.19 mins ago
- Tyrese Hunter has career night for St. Catherine’s. Eisenhower wins share of Woodlan...Here is a look at how the Milwaukee area's top-ranked boys basketball teams fared plus highlights from other games. ..... Read More.22 mins ago
- Amateur footballer among 29 people confirmed to have coronavirus in ItalyThe group of individuals with the virus, located in the Lombardy and Veneto regions, has seen Italy put on alert with the highly-contagious disease and 40 amateur matches have been called off. ..... Read More.22 mins ago
- Pep Guardiola rules out lavish Manchester City spending this summer like his first year £...When Pep Guardiola arrived at Manchester City in 2016 he was backed with a £179m spending spree, but says this season will be a much different story due to inflation. ..... Read More.23 mins ago