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House approves delay of Obama-era smog reductions
House approves delay of Obama-era smog reductions A Republican-backed bill delaying implementation of Obama-era reductions in smog-causing air pollutants has passed the House ------------------------------ #news #buzzvero #events #lastminute #reuters #cnn #abcnews #bbc #foxnews #localnews #nationalnews #worldnews #новости #newspaper #noticias
In a scathing takedown, the reliably Republican newspaper declines to endorse Donald Trump's bid for the presidency. And now the Morning News says it is backing Hillary Clinton. Note comments on Hillary =-O They had endorsed every REPUBLICAN since 1968 :-*
Picture of Joseph Merrick from his obituary, published in the Springfield Republican newspaper (Springfield, Massachusetts), 23 February 1898. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “Looking for His Obituary – There Was His Face Looking Back at Me.” http://blog.genealogybank.com/looking-for-his-obituary-there-was-his-face-looking-back-at-me.html
In 1873, he began the publication of The Weekly Spectator, being sole proprietor and editor. The Spectator must have wielded considerable influence. Ex-Gov. E. J. Dana speaks of it as a leading Republican paper in the state. The Freeman's Journal took the place of The Spectator; March 19, 1887. It is recognized as the leading Republican newspaper in the state.
The Arizona Republic endorsed Hillary Clinton on Tuesday night, becoming the latest traditionally Republican newspaper to back the Democratic nominee. In a passionate editorial, the largest newspaper in Arizona argued that Republican Donald Trump was fundamentally unfit for the presidency. It was the
Citing Trump’s ‘deep character flaws,’ Republican newspaper endorses Clinton in historic move - National
Mi-Ai Parrish, president of Arizona Republic Media, talks with Rachel Maddow about how staff at The Arizona Republic is handling death threats and harassment since the traditionally Republican newspaper endorsed Hillary Clinton for president.