Category: Afternoon Thread

Cannon Hinnant Is A Victim Of Systemic Racism

Cannon Hinnant, a 5-year-old boy from North Carolina, was shot and killed execution-style in front of his family on Sunday. Hinnant was playing with his sisters, ages 7 and 8, near their father’s house when the shooting occurred. The suspect, Darius N. Sessoms, walked up to the boy, shot him in the head point blank, and then fled the scene

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Governors Can’t Use Coronavirus To Indefinitely Declare A State Of Emergency

Since March, the separation of powers has been off-kilter, shifted disproportionately to state executives, who are ruling outside the boundaries of their proper authority. In a moment of national panic, Americans permitted their state and local executives to take power—to declare states of emergency and to implement lockdowns—and now those executives won’t give that power back…

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More Than Two Dozen Senators Call For Federal Government To Investigate Planned Parenthood

A group of senators is calling upon the Department of Justice and the U.S. Treasury to investigate abortion provider Planned Parenthood over its alleged misuse of coronavirus stimulus funds, with the politicians also requesting updates on the government’s investigations into Planned Parenthood’s purported sale of fetal tissue in violation of federal law…

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Kamala Harris & AOC Push For New Climate Bills To Be Scored On How Much They Impact Black People

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Sen. Kamala Harris of California and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York are teaming up on a proposal requiring lawmakers who introduce climate bills to consider the impact such legislation will have on black people and poor communities. The two Democrats introduced the Climate Equity Act Thursday that would, if passed, require Congress to score future climate bills based on how much they may negatively impact poor and minority communities

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Witnesses Are Convinced That Cuomo Is Intentionally Hiding Actual Number Of Nursing Home Deaths

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The New York State Assembly and Senate gave New York Health Commissioner Howard Zucker plenty of chances to tell them the number of nursing home residents who have died from COVID, but all he could muster was that he’d “get back” to them. How can that be, the lawmakers wondered. As Democrat James Skoufis noted, even California has managed to share that statistic. He said it “perplexes” him that Zucker couldn’t be just as forthcoming...

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