Thursday, March 9, 2017

Today's Orange Horrors, and Glimmers of Hope

BBC News: More US states challenge Trump travel ban

USA Today: Activists: Trump call for honor killings report targets Muslims

New York Times: Trump Aides Address His Wiretap Claims: ‘That’s Above My Pay Grade’

New York Times: EPA Head Stacks Agency With Climate Change Skeptics 

NPR: EPA Chief Scott Pruitt Questions Basic Facts About Climate Change

Inside Climate News: Chief Environmental Justice Official at EPA Resigns, With Plea to Pruitt to Protect Vulnerable Communities

Politico: Republicans sign letter urging Trump not to cut AmeriCorps funding

The Hill: Senate Dems: State Department is in disarray

Forbes: AMA Says Trumpcare Is 'Critically Flawed'

Talking Points Memo: Major Hospitals Group Comes Out Against GOP Health Care Bill 

We can still be hopeful, thanks to ongoing activism. 

Time: Women's March Organizers Arrested at 'Day Without a Woman' Protest Outside Trump Hotel

USA Today: Native American groups to protest pipeline projects in march to White House

McClatchy: Trump turns apolitical Mennonites into protesters

Fox 17: Large protest planned for President Trump's visit to Nashville

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