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Couple's Planned Parenthood For The Cost Of "An Additional Unplanned Child" After Failed Abortion

An Idaho couple has filed a lawsuit against Planned Parenthood after a medication abortion failed in 2016. Albuquerque Journal Bianca Coons and her partner Cristobal Ruiz are suing the organization for $ 765,000, or "cost of raising and unplanned child," as well as damages for emotional stress, negligence, breach of contract, violation of consumer protection laws and unfair trade practices, …

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Donald Trump's 2020 Democrats plan: Cause chaos and then division

Within the White House, the President oversees notifications associations, sets himself up for television talks with voters, and carefully listens to comments on the democratic presidential battle. His opinions fluctuate on who he wants, or wants to run against. But a feeling is unkind – he has no plans to sit idly off and see. The President intends to play …

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Judge may send government scrambling on family separations

Should the government be required through a massive trove of records and identify potentially thousands of additional families who were separated? ACLU attorneys are pushing for this, but government attorneys vehemently oppose it. US District Judge Dana Sabraw on Thursday as fast as possible. Based on his comments in court, he isn't inclined to the government. If that's the case, …

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Is Clarence Thomas headed out or just starting?

"It is one of the most important and consequential provisions in our country's history," said the first-change expert and supreme lawyer Theodore J. Boutrous of Gibson Dunn. The silence of Thomas & # 39; s meaning hidden in a related case took over Boutrous and others. There is even a whispering campaign among progressors, which 70-year-old justice is preparing to …

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US efforts on China's special envoy in trade negotiations

WASHINGTON – When the US-China trade talks come to a crucial point, Trump administration reckons with the Chinese leader's special envoy, Liu He, to get Beijing to accept tough new strings that are becoming increasingly controversial in Beijing. High-bargaining negotiations resumed in the managing office building next to the White House on Thursday, where both parties focused on reaching an …

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