The Daily Populous

Thursday June 25th, 2020 night edition

image for Panic! At The Disco's Brendon Urie: "Dear Trump Campaign. Fuck you. You're not invited. Stop playing my song."

Brendon took to Twitter after Trump walked on stage at a campaign rally in Phoenix, Arizona to Panic!

Published: 9:15 am, June 24, 2020 Photos: Corinne Cumming.

He's a sensible lad, Brendon Urie - so it should come to no shock to any of us that he's not exactly 'fine' with Donald Trump using the music of Panic!

At The Disco as part of his election campaign.

Taking to Twitter after Trump walked on stage at a campaign rally in Phoenix, Arizona to Panic!

's 'High Hopes', he pretty clearly stated: "Dear Trump Campaign. »

Hospitals Sued to Keep Prices Secret. They Lost.

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A federal judge has upheld a Trump administration policy that requires hospitals and health insurers to publish their negotiated prices for health services, numbers that are typically kept secret.

The policy is part of a major push by the administration to improve transparency in health care.

Administration officials said more price transparency would lead to lower and more predictable prices in an industry that has huge ranges in what insurers pay for services. »

Facebook boycott gains momentum

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The groups have held private discussions with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Mark Elliot ZuckerbergBen & Jerry's is latest company to join Facebook advertising boycott Patagonia becomes latest company to pull ads from Facebook The North Face pulls ads from Facebook MORE for years about how to improve the way the platform deals with racist, bigoted, anti-Semitic, white supremacist and otherwise violent content.

David Kirkpatrick, author of “The Facebook Effect” and founder of Techonomy, called the potential of the boycott campaign “historic.”.

Sarah Miller, director of the American Economic Liberties Project and co-director of Freedom from Facebook and Google, said Facebook is unlikely to budge without regulatory changes. »