Jun 17, 2019
 

Good morning from Washington. The Trump administration’s new health care rule will help employees of small businesses and help undo some of the damage Obamacare inflicted on the insurance market, writes Bob Moffit. Who knew a mayoral election could get so heated? Fred Lucas, who traveled down to Texas to report the story, shares the strange case of a southern town where the arrests are piling up. Plus: Joshua Nelson on the absence of too many dads in black families, and Kelsey Bolar on why women may be drawn to socialism.

 
 
 
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“Down here, voter fraud is not all that unusual,” says Richard Monte, a city planning consultant. “It’s unusual when they get prosecuted.”
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This change will expand health insurance coverage and also lower health care costs.
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When women are told enough times that they’re oppressed victims who need expansive government programs to address structural inequalities, they’re likely to start believing it.
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Dr. Curtis Longs, a staff psychiatrist of the Juvenile Assessment Center of Wayne County, said almost all of the young black males he’s encountered in a juvenile detention facility had never met or barely know their father.
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When Dick’s Sporting Goods decided it would enter the gun control debate by refraining from selling what it referred to as “assault-style” firearms, it faced a boycott and a reported $150 million in lost sales that year.
 
     
 
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