UC Berkeley flip-flops on Ann Coulter, proposes May date BERKELEY, Calif. — University of California, Berkeley officials said they have a “grave concern” of violence on campus if Ann Coulter follows through on her vow to speak next week at the university. Chancellor Nicholas B. Dirks instead proposed an ... 04/21/2017 - 2:26 pm | View Link
Ann Coulter Speech Will Still Take Place At UC Berkeley But we also have an unqualified focus on safety of our students", Mogulof said. UC Berkeley flip-flops on Ann Coulter, proposes May date A law firm representing the Berkeley College Republicans is threatening to sue the university if Coulter is not allowed ... 04/21/2017 - 12:13 pm | View Link
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President Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant comments and policies are beginning to hit farmers and ranchers hard, if one California farmer is any indication. During a special on CNN, a reporter spoke with Joel del Boscaya, the son of Mexican migrants. He explained he couldn’t get any workers
President Donald Trump’s proposal to drop the corporate tax rate to 15 percent from 35, which Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn announced at a press conference Wednesday, may sound like a tremendous leap, but in reality, many firms — including Faceboo
Molina Healthcare, a major insurer in the Obamacare exchanges, has now issued a major threat of its own: if Congress doesn't fund the Affordable Care Act cost-sharing reduction subsidies, the company will leave the markets immediately. That would result in about 700,000 people losing their insurance now.
Molina—a Medicaid-based insurer that has thrived in the exchanges—is threatening to throw people off of their health coverage this year and also refuse to participate next year.