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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: The Amazing ‘Tariff Man’!


Snapshot

Visitors record past a flag-draped box of former President George H. W. Bush as he lies in state in a Capitol Rotunda in Washington. Patrick Semansky / AP

What We’re Reading

A Charity Empire: A nonprofit that runs government-funded shelters for newcomer children distant from their relatives during a limit keeps creation decisions that financially advantage a executives and their friends. That’s only a tip of a iceberg. (Kim Barker, Nicholas Kulish, and Rebecca R. Ruiz, The New York Times)

‘I’m Going to Talk About Abortion’: Pat McGinnis’s radical, mostly extralegal activism paved a approach for termination rights some-more than a decade before Roe v. Wade. This is her story. (Lili Loofbourow, Slate)

Unlawful Deportation: A new lawsuit alleges that authorities in Florida attempted to expatriate a male they knew was a United States citizen. (Isaac Stanley-Becker, The Washington Post)

‘Texas’s Shame’: The state of Texas will govern Joseph Garcia tonight. He substantially didn’t dedicate a murder for that he was convicted. (Zak Cheney-Rice, New York)


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