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Washington Post PoliticsSep 25, 2020
Ginsburg breaks one final barrier as first woman to lie in state at Capitol
Lawmakers, members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden paid tribute to the late Supreme Court justice.

Washington Post PoliticsSep 25, 2020
What to know about the 2020 presidential debates
The first presidential debate between President Trump and former vice president Joe Biden is scheduled to take place Sept. 29.

Washington Post PoliticsSep 25, 2020
Majority says winner of presidential election should nominate next Supreme Court justice, Post-ABC poll finds
The poll finds that most Biden supporters say the vacancy makes it "more important" that he win.

The Daily BeastSep 25, 2020
Republican Group Launches Ad Campaign Against Donald Trump's Big Election Year Policy
Brendan Smialowski/GettyA group tied to the Republican Party's top state-level political outfit has done something almost unheard of this close of a presidential election: they've taken out an ad attacking a key policy plank of their own party's president.

The ad doesn't mention Donald Trump by name. But the target is clear: a new drug price proposal that the president has made a cornerstone of his pitch to eldely voters. So too is the sponsor's allegiance. In airing the spot, the State Government Leadership Foundation doesn't hide the fact that they've taken the side of a top pharmaceutical trade group—one that happens to have given their network millions of dollars in support—in its dispute with Trump over the measure.

The new digital ad was released on Friday by SGLF, a "dark money" affiliate of the Republican State Leadership Committee, a political action committee that works to elect Republicans to state legislatures and other state-level positions.

Read more at The Daily Beast.

CNN PoliticsSep 25, 2020
Appellate judges skeptical of Trump's argument to block subpoena for financial records
A lawyer for President Donald Trump told a federal appeals court Friday that there is no request for documents that could be made as part of the Manhattan district attorney's investigation concerning hush-money payments issued during the 2016 presidential election that he wouldn't consider overbroad.
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