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Dem Rep Connolly: Healthcare, Infrastructure, Ethics, Checking Admin Part of Our Agenda

During Friday’s Democratic Weekly Address, Representative Gerry Connolly (D-VA) laid out the agenda for the incoming Democratic House majority, which includes improving Obamacare, infrastructure spending, stronger ethics rules, and providing “a constitutional check on the Trump administration.” Transcript as Follows:

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Justice Department Explains Why Whitaker Appointment Is Legal; Maryland Sues

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is defending the legality of President Donald Trump’s appointing Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general, showing the president’s decision is consistent with the Constitution, federal law, and Supreme Court precedent, as the State of Maryland seeks a court order ousting Whitaker.

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Planned Parenthood President Fails to Mention Its Main Service Is Abortion

The organization’s most recent annual report for 2016-2017 shows Planned Parenthood continues to perform over 320,000 abortions per year while offering minimal services, such as ultrasounds during pregnancy, and other necessary services needed by low-income pregnant women who want to have a healthy baby.

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Obamacare Corruption Poisons Democrat Healthcare Message

Democrats would have Americans believe Republicans want to rip their healthcare plans to shreds–throwing pre-existing condition coverage out the window. As the New York Post details, Trump is actually helping people with pre-existing conditions get access to coverage.

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Dem Sen Cortez Masto: GOP Breaking Promises on Health Care

During Friday’s Democratic Weekly Address, Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) stated Republicans are threatening to cut Medicare and Social Security despite promises to the contrary and that efforts to repeal and undermine the Affordable Care Act contradict GOP promises to improve

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Ortiz: Welcome to the Big Choice Election

Alfredo Ortiz of the Job Creators Network writes in The Hill about the stark policy differences between the Republican and Democratic parties going into the 2018 midterm elections.