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The Latest: States suing to force insurance subsidy payments

The Latest: States suing to force insurance subsidy payments

The Latest on President Donald Trump and health care legislation (all times local): 10 p.m. A bipartisan group of governors is urging congressional leaders to support a plan to calm health insurance markets after President Donald Trump blocked federal subsidies to insurers. The letter, signed by 10 governors, says, “Stabilizing insurance markets is one of the primary areas where Congress can take action to ensure that consumers have affordable health care options.” The agreement by Sens. Lamar …
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Confusion over open meetings creates unrest on constitution panel

Can members of the powerful panel that has the authority to put constitutional amendments directly on the November 2018 ballot discuss votes in secret and lobby each other? That is the question Indian River County Commissioner Bob Solari has been trying to get answered for six months. Now, his failure to get an answer, he said, could spell trouble for the commission. As a member of the Constitution Revision Commission, Solari left the June 6 meeting of the commission baffled and confused. The m…
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Retired Vermont AG ready for deposition in records case

Retired Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell said Wednesday he was ready to be deposed by lawyers seeking information about public business he might have conducted from his private email account in a case that could have broader public policy implications for former public officials. Sorrell made the comments after Washington County Superior Court Judge Mary Miles Teachout ruled Wednesday that keeping information on a private email account was akin to keeping work correspondence in a desk d…
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2 indicted in fatal fentanyl OD death in Miami County

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No masks or water bottles: What to know ahead of Richard Spencer’s speech at UF

Tensions are rising in the small college town of Gainesville as law enforcement, faculty and students alike prepare for Richard Spencer, a white nationalist and self-described leader of the so-called “alt-right,” to speak at the University of Florida. Spencer’s initial request to speak at the school was denied, but the university relented under the threat of legal action and allowed Spencer to rent the Phillips Center from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Thursday. Auburn University, the last school …
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