The Daily Populous

Tuesday December 4th, 2018 night edition

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"They can't believe people are coming out in this weather once they hear how cold it is.

"They are terrified that democracy is returning to Wisconsin," The Nation's John Nichols, a Wisconsin native, declared in a speech from the steps of the capitol building.

They can't believe people are coming out in this weather once they hear how cold it is.

The GOP's sweeping legislative package would also severely restrict early voting, limiting it to as little as two weeks before an election.

Walker, who has just weeks left in office, told reporters on Monday that he would sign the legislative package if it reaches his desk.

"You rig the system when you win and you rig the system when you lose," Wisconsin Democratic state Rep. Chris Taylor said of the Republican legislation.

"How is it that you have more power when you lose? »

UK can cancel Brexit by unilaterally revoking Article 50, European Court advocate general says

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Britain can still cancel Brexit by revoking Article 50 without the consent of other EU member states, the European Court of Justice's advocate general has said.

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'Easy to Pay for Something That Costs Less': New Study Shows Medicare for All Would Save US $5.1 Trillion Over Ten Years

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The most significant sources of savings from Medicare for All, the researchers found, would come in the areas of pharmaceutical drug costs and administration.

"America spends far more on healthcare and gets far less for its money than any other high-income country.".

Watch the full discussion of the new paper between Pollin and Lighty at The Sanders Institute Gathering below:. »