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Senate Delays Medicare Reimbursement Cut Until December

Pulling the Medicare provision out of the stalled jobs bill and voting on it separately, the Senate unanimously agreed this afternoon to delay a 21 percent cut
Jul 31, 2020

Senate Delays Medicare Reimbursement Cut Until December

Senate Delays Medicare Reimbursement Cut Until December

Pulling the Medicare provision out of the stalled jobs bill and voting on it separately, the Senate unanimously agreed this afternoon to delay a 21 percent cut
Pulling the Medicare provision out of the stalled jobs bill and voting on it separately, the Senate unanimously agreed this afternoon to delay a 21 percent cut
Jul 31, 2020

Muslim man denied position on executive committee of Broward County, Fla. GOP

Muslim man denied position on executive committee of Broward County, Fla. GOP

Nezar Hamze’s application to become a member of the Broward Republican Executive Committee and to create a Muslim Republican Club was denied Monday. Hamze is the executive director of the South Florida chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, whose mission is “to enhance understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.” The Miami Herald reports today : Islam and tea-party activism clashed at a raucous meeting Monday night when a group of Broward County Republicans blocked a Muslim activist as a member of the party’s executive committee. Republicans, who changed their rules to publicly vet Nezar Hamze and then vote on his application by secret ballot, said they didn’t oppose him because he was a Muslim — but because he is associated with the Center for American-Islamic Relations, whose Washington-area affiliate was an unindicted co-conspirator in a federal terrorism indictment
Nezar Hamze’s application to become a member of the Broward Republican Executive Committee and to create a Muslim Republican Club was denied Monday. Hamze is the executive director of the South Florida chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, whose mission is “to enhance understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.” The Miami Herald reports today : Islam and tea-party activism clashed at a raucous meeting Monday night when a group of Broward County Republicans blocked a Muslim activist as a member of the party’s executive committee. Republicans, who changed their rules to publicly vet Nezar Hamze and then vote on his application by secret ballot, said they didn’t oppose him because he was a Muslim — but because he is associated with the Center for American-Islamic Relations, whose Washington-area affiliate was an unindicted co-conspirator in a federal terrorism indictment
Jul 31, 2020

Judge blocks law prohibiting doctors from asking patients about guns

Judge blocks law prohibiting doctors from asking patients about guns

Yesterday, U.S.
Yesterday, U.S.
Jul 31, 2020

Anti-abortion-rights group to picket Catholic facilities after Priests for Life suspension

Anti-abortion-rights group to picket Catholic facilities after Priests for Life suspension

The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform recently announced that the group will be picketing “Catholic facilities and activities in the Diocese of Amarillo, Texas.” The anti-abortion group wants to force Bishop Patrick Zurek to allow Father Frank Pavone “to resume full-time anti-abortion ministry.” Zurek recently suspended Priests for Life leader Frank Pavone for “concerns about financial improprieties.” According to a press release from the group: To ensure that the Diocese understands exactly what is at stake in Bishop Zurek’s decision to “suspend” Fr. Pavone from pro-life work outside of Amarillo, CBR’s picket signs will include large, color photos of aborted babies. Pickets will be conducted at many of the Diocese’s forty-nine parish churches, with special emphasis on St
The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform recently announced that the group will be picketing “Catholic facilities and activities in the Diocese of Amarillo, Texas.” The anti-abortion group wants to force Bishop Patrick Zurek to allow Father Frank Pavone “to resume full-time anti-abortion ministry.” Zurek recently suspended Priests for Life leader Frank Pavone for “concerns about financial improprieties.” According to a press release from the group: To ensure that the Diocese understands exactly what is at stake in Bishop Zurek’s decision to “suspend” Fr. Pavone from pro-life work outside of Amarillo, CBR’s picket signs will include large, color photos of aborted babies. Pickets will be conducted at many of the Diocese’s forty-nine parish churches, with special emphasis on St
Jul 31, 2020
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