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Trump Administration Moves to Narrow ‘Bona Fide Relationship’ Definition for Visa Applicants from Travel Ban Countries

The Trump administration moved quickly on Monday’s partial victory in the Supreme Court’s ruling that let stand most of Executive Order 13780’s temporary travel ban on residents of six Muslim majority countries by establishing strict rules for visa applicants that narrowly defined the Court’s “bona fide relationship” qualification.

SuperPAC TV Ad Tells Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District Voters: ‘Stop the Violent Left’

A SuperPAC opposed to Democrat Jon Ossoff announced today that it has made “a five-figure buy” for a TV ad, titled “Stop the Violent Left” that “will play on Fox News on Sunday and Monday ahead of Tuesday’s election” in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District to replace Rep. Tom Price (R-GA), now the Secretary of Health and Human Services.

New Poll: Tie in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District Special Election Despite $23 Million Raised by Democrat

A new poll charting the battle to replace Rep. Tom Price in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District special election that will be held on June 20 shows the race between Jon Ossoff, the Democrat, and Karen Handel, the Republican, is tied. This is despite the $23 million that Ossoff has raised for his campaign, the vast majority of which has come from out-of-state:

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Money Pours into Georgia’s 6th Congressional District Special Election as Former ‘Bellwether’ Turns Budget Buster Toss-Up

Once described as a bellwether test of the Trump administration’s policies, the special election scheduled for June 20 to replace former Rep. Tom Price (R-GA), now the Secretary of Health and Human Services, in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District has turned into a record-setting budget buster whose outcome may tell us more about each party’s ability to mobilize its base nationally than actual voter sentiment about the president.

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Trump Budget Cuts Refugee Resettlement Funding

The budget submitted to Congress by the Trump administration on Monday for Fiscal Year 2018 cuts refugee resettlement funding significantly in the State Department and the Department of Health and Human Services, the two departments with primary responsibility for the federal program’s implementation and management.

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