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3-6-9 And Running Out Of Time

The Supreme Court could effectively overturn Roe v. Wade imminently. In more horrifying but unsurprising news, Trump tested positive for coronavirus three days before his debate with Biden. Let’s roll the tape on Trump’s COVID timeline. Plus, Biden’s expanded Child Tax Credit reduced food insecurity by 24 percent, and Twitter unveils new rules that seem pretty hard to enforce.

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    Supreme Court Hears Challenge to Roe v. Wade

    The Supreme Court could effectively overturn Roe v. Wade imminently. Here are three things you should know.

    Supreme Court Hears Challenge to Roe v. Wade

    Supreme Court Hears Challenge to Roe v. Wade

    The Supreme Court could effectively overturn Roe v. Wade imminently. Here are three things you should know.

    Trump Tested Positive for COVID Days Before Biden Debate

    In news that is probably not surprising, though pretty horrifying nonetheless — Donald Trump tested positive for the coronavirus just 3 days before his first debate with Joe Biden, according to the former president’s chief of staff Mark Meadows. Days later, Trump was hospitalized.

    Expanded Child Tax Credit Has Reduced Food Insecurity

    24 percent: That’s how much President Biden’s expanded Child Tax Credit reduced food insecurity for families with children. Friendly reminder that zero Republicans in Congress voted for the American Rescue Plan.

    Twitter to Remove Images of People Posted Without Consent

    Twitter unveiled new rules that prohibit users from sharing images or videos of private individuals without their consent. How do they plan to enforce this? Your guess is as good as ours.

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