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Thank you freedom and democracy 【USA Mail magazine from the White House  2018-02-27b 】 West Wing Reads |   Trump tells governors school safety will be on top of their agenda at annual meeting

 

Thank you freedom and democracy

【USA Mail magazine from the White House  2018-02-27b 】

 

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Trump tells governors school safety will be on top of their agenda at annual meeting



President Trump on Sunday touted economic growth and a decrease in regulation under his administration at the annual 2018 Governors' Ball at the White House, but said the more pressing issue is school safety,” Naomi Lim reports in the Washington Examiner. Naomi notes that the President “said school safety would be among the top priorities for meetings scheduled for Monday between the White House and governors in attendance.”


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Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar is touting medication-assisted treatment (MAT) as a crucial component of stemming the opioid crisis plaguing the nation,” Rachel Roubein writes in The Hill. “‘Medication-assisted treatment works,’ Azar says in prepared remarks for a session of the National Governors Association's winter meeting that were shared with The Hill. ‘The evidence on this is voluminous and ever growing.’”

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In his first year as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt has already transformed the agency in many ways,” says editor-in-chief of The Daily Signal Rob Bluey in an interview with Administrator Pruitt. “Focusing on rule of law, restoring process and order, making sure that we engage in cooperative federalism as we engage in regulation,” Administrator Pruitt cites as examples of change at the Agency during the past year. “The key to me is that weaponization of the agency that took place in the Obama administration, where the agency was used to pick winners and losers. Those days are over,” he added.

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Marc Thiessen of the American Enterprise Institute writes in the Boston Herald that “now, more Americans are starting to discover that they are winners. Millions are starting to receive their Trump tax cuts as employers lower their tax withholdings, leaving more money in their paychecks.” Thiessen argues that Democrats in red states will have a “hard time explaining why they sided with the ‘resistance’ and opposed giving their constituents a tax cut. The success is already bolstering GOP candidates.”

 

 

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