Aug 09, 2018
 

Good morning from Washington, where federal health officials want Planned Parenthood to report evidence of sexual abuse or human trafficking. We’ve got one congressman’s commentary on why the new rule is needed. Under fire from the left for his task force on religious liberty, Attorney General Jeff Sessions travels to Georgia to speak to a summit on defending our “first freedom.” Fred Lucas reports. Plus: Bob Moffit and Kevin Pham on some good news about Medicare, John-Michael Seibler and Jonathan Zalewski on “grassroots” politics, and Monica Burke and Spencer McCloy on signs of division in the LGBT movement.

 
 
 
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"They have used this designation as a weapon and they have wielded it against conservative organizations that refuse to accept their orthodoxy and choose instead to speak their conscience,” says Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
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A Missouri town’s ordinance requires residents to grow turf grass on at least 50 percent of their yard or face potential penalties of up to $500, 10 days in jail, or both, for each day of noncompliance.
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One group, “Drop the T,” suggests that “the transgender community needs to be disassociated from the larger LGB community.”
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While all health establishments should follow mandatory reporting laws, it is especially important that federal dollars do not go to institutions that willfully refuse to report cases of sexual abuse.
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Can drones be used for assassinations, terrorist attacks, and drug trafficking? The Heritage Foundation's Jason Snead explains how drones are already being exploited by bad actors—and why the U.S. needs to act more aggressively on the drone issue.
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Medicare Advantage, a system of competing private health plans, is surpassing the traditional Medicare fee-for-service program in delivering high quality, cost-effective medical care for senior and disabled citizens.
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The University of Iowa chapter of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA was one of the student clubs kicked off campus for not conforming to a university rule that clubs must eliminate a faith-based precondition to serve in leadership.
 
     
 
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