The Daily Populous

Friday June 25th, 2021 night edition

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It is not known which complaint, if any, triggered the New York court’s investigation.

Mr. Giuliani is also licensed to practice law in Washington, D.C., and the decision in New York could set off disciplinary proceedings there, although that is not automatic.

Although Mr. Giuliani started his own law firm in 2019, it has been decades since he regularly argued in courtrooms.

Still, the suspension marked another stunning chapter in the rise and fall of Mr. Giuliani, once a legal and political star.

He had enjoyed near-hero status when, as New York City mayor, he led the city through the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

The federal investigation into Mr. Giuliani centers on his dealings in Ukraine before the 2020 election, when he sought to damage President Biden’s credibility.

In April, F.B.I. agents seized Mr. Giuliani’s cellphones and computers, an extraordinary action to take against a lawyer for a former president. »

Mario Golf: Super Rush Review

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Mario Golf: Super Rush, though, is an exception to that trend – it’s sporadically fun but it frustratingly falls short of the green more often than not.

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Speed Golf is the new twist on the formula this time around, and it’s fair to assume is what inspired the “Super Rush” part of Mario Golf: Super Rush’s name. »

The Republican Infrastructure Plan Is a Tax of a Different Kind - The New York Times

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Twenty-one senators, led by Rob Portman of Ohio, a Republican, announced a new outline agreement for an infrastructure package last week.

Reportedly, the largest among those was $315 billion from alternative financing schemes known as public-private partnerships.

Chief among these schemes that Republicans have identified are so-called user fees, like road tolls and a new fee on vehicle miles traveled. »

Rudy Giuliani has law licence suspended for helping Trump pursue false claims of election fraud

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A New York State appellate court has suspended the law licence of Rudy Giuliani, accusing him of making “demonstrably false and misleading statements” in his quest to overturn Donald Trump’s 2020 election defeat.

After the former president lost the 2020 election, Mr Giuliani launched dozens of court cases challenging the results, often while invoking debunked conspiracy theories about voter fraud and corrupt voting machines.

On Thursday, the appellate court made it clear that Mr Giuliani’s “false statements” in those cases were what got his licence suspended. »