Dr. Robert Mather, Stacy Washington & Tim Murtaugh on The Larry O’Connor Show 08.06.19


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Ohio Gov. DeWine proposes ‘red flag’ law, expanding background checks for gun sales (USA Today)

A crowd of frustrated mourners yelled at Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Sunday night to “do something” about gun violence.

DeWine said he heard them.

“Some chanted ‘do something’ and they were absolutely right,” DeWine said at Tuesday morning news conference. “We must do something, and that is exactly what we are going to do.” [Read More]

New DC Catholic archbishop accuses Trump of ‘diminishing our national life’ over tweets about minority lawmakers (The Hill)

Wilton Gregory, Washington, D.C.’s new Catholic leader and the country’s only black archbishop, issued his first public statement on Thursday, accusing President Trump of “diminishing our national life” with his attacks on congressional lawmakers of color. [Read More]

AFTER TRUMP TWEETS, BALTIMORE’S ELECTED LEADERS GIVEN “BLUEPRINT FOR A BETTER DEAL FOR BLACK AMERICA” (Project 21)

To help create a better Baltimore, the Project 21 black leadership network sent Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young and the entire Baltimore City Council copies of its “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America.” [Read More]

Democratic Congressman Names and Shames His Own Constituents for Donating to Trump (National Review)

U.S. Congressman Joaquin Castro, a Democrat who represents a large portion of San Antonio, published a list of 44 San Antonio residents on Tuesday afternoon in an attempt to shame them and drive away customers from their businesses. Their crime? Donating to the Trump presidential campaign. [Read More]

Cummings invites Trump to visit Baltimore (The Hill)

House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings reportedly invited President Trump to visit Baltimore amid ongoing fallout over Trump’s criticism of the Maryland Democrat and his characterization of Cummings’s hometown.

“We are a great community,” Cummings said Saturday at the opening of a new public park in what had previously been a vacant lot, according to The Associated Press. [Read More]

 

 

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