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The Republican ‘Protect Act’ Will Protect Nobody’s Health Care

As Election Day draws near, another important date is looming for tens of millions of Americans with preexisting health conditions: Nov. 10, the day the Supreme Court will hear arguments on striking down the Affordable Care Act.

Despite the claims of Republican lawmakers, who swear abolishing Obamacare will not result in millions losing insurance, an examination of their alternative, the so-called Protect Act, shows that they're lying through their teeth.

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‘Facts Matter’: Vermont Urges Kavanaugh To Correct Major Error In Voting Rights Opinion

On Wednesday, Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos took an extraordinary step to set the Supreme Court straight with a letter asking Justice Brett Kavanaugh to correct a recent opinion.

In a court decision on Monday that ruled against allowing ballots to be counted in Wisconsin after Election Day, Kavanaugh wrote a concurring opinion that incorrectly claimed Vermont had not changed its election rules for the unprecedented challenges facing the 2020 election, despite obvious evidence to the contrary.

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Jason Miller, Trump Attack Dog, Smeared Gov. Whitmer Over Foiled Plot

Jason Miller, a senior adviser to Donald Trump's reelection campaign, condemned Michigan Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in an appearance on Fox News Wednesday.

Miller's comments came just hours after news broke of a foiled plot by right-wing extremists to kidnap Whitmer and overthrow the government.

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Tax Revelations Renew Scrutiny Of Ivanka’s Shady Business Deals

White House adviser and first daughter Ivanka Trump was recently implicated in a massive New York Times report detailing Donald Trump's tax returns and the minuscule $750 he paid in federal income tax during two recent tax years.

Ivanka was specifically accused of illegally receiving nearly $750,000 in payments from her father that he was able to write off as "consulting" fees.

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