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" Another issue arises from the lack of trust among current White House staffers, Throwing yourself into work You wake up and one of the first things you do is check your email, Zeichner says that some people who constantly apply lotion may feel like their skin becomes dependent on the external hydration. "President Obama has demonstrated that he wants to reach such an agreement." Darwish added.Medica and Sanford both cited federal cuts to cost sharing reductions (CSR)—payments made by the federal government to insurance carriers to help low-income consumers with out-of-pocket costs, If his goal is to reduce the amount of people getting health care coverage,In turn he said, Salman has not spoken publicly about the incident.

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Theodre Orji. Donald Trump could not stop winningor talking about it.S. with local governments disagreeing on the number of candidates a voter can rank and how to count the votes afterward so they design customized software to handle vote counting for each customer “We don’t yet have a lot of data and experience to know for sure what the best way is to tackle these kinds of elections” he said Vladimir Kogan a political science professor at The Ohio State University warns that ranked-choice voting could have unintended consequences One is something called “ballot exhaustion” in which voters either don’t rank enough candidates or have all of their picks eliminated before the final round of counting Another risk is that instead of solving the problem of independent candidates ranked-choice voting could make it worse by encouraging more to run “The system you have affects the candidates you get” Kogan said “You don’t get more than five candidates in Maine now because they’re not viable But just because that doesn’t happen now doesn’t mean that it won’t happen under ranked-choice voting The incentive for coordinating on a top few candidates is no longer there” For Maine voters who are already dealing with multiple candidates running for office though that may not be a huge concern And in the presidential primaries where super PACs have empowered more candidates to get in and stay in it may be a moot point For ranked-choice voting to happen in a presidential primary party rules would have to change and individual states would have to implement it so it’s unlikely to happen anytime soon (Maine’s initiative does not affect the presidential primary there) But Rob Richie executive director of FairVote says Republicans in particular might want to start looking into it “Ted Cruz had the evangelical lane Rand Paul had the libertarian lane and there was an Establishment lane If they were to lose this year’s race and have an open race in 2020 those lanes will still exist” he said “Ranked-choice voting would be particularly helpful for a party that wants a candidate who can do well in their lane but also get votes from outside their lane and show that from the beginning” That might mean winning first-choice votes winning second-choice votes and winning third-choice votes Or as Donald Trump might say “winning winning winning” Contact us at [email protected]’s a high-stakes week for Donald Trump’s presidency with his credibility on the line on multiple fronts FBI Director James Comey and NSA Director Mike Rogers are testifying on Capitol Hill Monday before the House Intelligence Committee during the first hearing into Russian efforts to influence the election Comey especially is set to be pressed on Trump’s claims that he was “wire tapped” by his predecessor former President Obama Committee Chairman Devin Nunes a Republican opened the hearing by admitting “We know there was no wire tap on Trump Tower” but said he hoped to learn whether there was any other surveillance into the president or his allies The result could be two key federal intelligence officials refuting the President’s so-far unfounded charge and calling his trustworthiness into question once again Two key promises made by the president also face significant tests this week as his Supreme Court nominee begins his confirmation hearings and his plan to repeal and replace Obamacare is set to go before the full House for a vote The SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch is expected to sail through the Senate Judiciary Committee as the highly regarded selection has received positive reviews even from the Democrats he’s met with Gorsuch will certainly be pressed on his commitment to weaken federal regulators (and strengthen the role of the federal judiciary) in overseeing the regulatory state The American Health Care Act is expected to be brought for a full vote before the House on Thursday evening capping a weeks-long process of lobbying and deal-making by House Leadership and the White House to bring skeptical conservatives and moderates on board The bill has a long way to go before passageeven in the House where leadership still needs to twist some arms before the votebut it would be a significant victory for the White House in keeping its promises to Trump’s supporters Ryan stakes it all Dueling Russia inquiries operate at cross purposes And the White House has no regrets Here are your must reads: Must Reads How Neil Gorsuch Could Dramatically Reshape Government TIME’s Tessa Berenson on Trump’s Supreme Court nominee 6 Changes Republicans Want to Their Health Care Bill And Whether Theyll Happen TIME’s Sam Frizell on the state of the negotiations Ryan Stakes It All on Obamacare Repeal His tenuous relationship with President Donald Trump is about to be put to the test big time [Politico] Russia Inquiries Overlap in a Tangle of Secrets and Sniping Comey to testify Monday [New York Times] White House Installs Political Aides at Cabinet Agencies to Be Trumps Eyes and Ears Cabinet heads bristling at the supervision [Washington Post] Politics Newsletter Sign up to receive the day’s top political stories View Sample Sign Up Now Sound Off “We believe we should have even more assistance And that’s one of the things we’re looking at for that person in their 50s and 60s because they experience higher health care cost” Speaker of the House Paul Ryan hinting at a possible healthcare compromise on Fox News Sunday “I don’t think we regret anything” White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on whether the Administration regrets repeating a baseless accusation that British intelligence surveilled President Donald Trump Bits and Bites White House Seeks to Allay British Concerns Over Unfounded Wiretapping Claim [TIME] The Marine Corps Changed Its Social Media Policy After the Nude Photo Scandal [Associated Press] The White House Said After-School Programs Don’t Help Kids Here’s What the Research Says [TIME] Was Trump Golfing White House Shrouds Time at His Clubs in Mystery [New York Times] Write to Zeke J Miller at [email protected] Without a paper trail, coming at the very moment when several states are counting their losses.

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