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Public health experts warned that holding in-person elections would worsen the coronavirus pandemic, but Illinois, Florida, and Arizona plowed ahead.
For every homeless person in Oakland, there are four empty homes. Many are owned by a subsidiary of home-flipping giant Wedgewood Properties.
Reauthorizing the Commodity Futures Trading Commission as is would preserve loopholes while leaving the agency under-resourced and vulnerable to lawsuits.
The Chicago Teachers Union has focused on the city’s tendency to provide financial incentives for Wall Street, rather than invest in public services.
Mnuchin’s biggest problem might just be his lack of intelligence.