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VOX: “This is red alert”: inside the left’s game plan for beating the GOP health bill

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Normally, protest groups try to direct the thrust of their efforts to hitting offices in Washington, DC. CREDO is instead hitting senators in their district offices. Their plans are to escalate their call volume to at least 1,000 calls to each of those four senators’ offices in the home stretch of McConnell’s push around the health care bill.

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THE HILL: Elizabeth Warren says Trump’s Russia scandal could be worse than Watergate

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“A lot of people compare this to Nixon and they say ‘That’s what got Nixon, was the obstruction of justice.’ And it’s true, but this is a lot worse because this one has connections to a foreign power, which the whole back-and-forth around obstruction of justice with Nixon did not include,” Warren said at a San Francisco event sponsored by CREDO, a liberal advocacy group.

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VOX: Democrats’ nuclear option over Comey’s firing: shut down the Senate

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Murshed Zaheed, of the progressive advocacy network CREDO, said he was encouraged that Sen. Feinstein had closed down committee hearings on Wednesday and that Sen. Warner called for a delay in the FBI replacement until a special prosecutor was appointed. “Those are steps in the right direction. But they need to shut all Senate proceedings down until there’s a special counsel. This is a constitutional crisis. This is code red time — Democrats need to shut the whole Senate down until there’s a special counsel,” Zaheed said.

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