Parkland Massacre Survivors Announce Summer Bus Tour to Register Voters — with Goal to Reduce Gun Violence

  1. Parkland Massacre Survivors Announce Summer Bus Tour to Register Voters — with Goal to Reduce Gun Violence  PEOPLE.com
  2. Disgraced deputy haunted by failure at Florida school shooting  New York Post
  3. Jimmy Fallon Surprises Parkland High School Students at Their Graduation  Entertainment Tonight
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Trump Ramps Up Attack On Amazon, Demands Washington Post Register As Lobbyist

  1. Trump Ramps Up Attack On Amazon, Demands Washington Post Register As Lobbyist  HuffPost
  2. Trump renews attack on Amazon, calling its shipping deal with Postal Service a ‘scam’ that must end  Los Angeles Times
  3. Trump calls Amazon’s deal with Postal Service a ‘scam’ costing ‘billions’  Fox News
  4. wf-form4_151916922315595.xml – SEC.gov  SEC.gov
  5. Why the rush to defend Amazon?  New York Post
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'Vote them out!': Thousands register to vote at U.S. gun-control marches

'Vote them out!': Thousands register to vote at U.S. gun-control marchesBy Katanga Johnson WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Voter registration activists fanned out among young Americans who marched for tighter gun laws on Saturday, signing up thousands of first-time voters who vowed to eject lawmakers who oppose gun controls. With mid-term Congressional elections eight months away, the activists flocked to some 800 marches across the country to enroll young voters likely to back Democratic and independent candidates who tend to favor tougher firearms laws. In Washington, volunteers for the HeadCount voter-registration effort raised their fists and chanted “demonstration without registration leads to frustration” before heading out with clipboards to sign up some of the nation’s newest voters.


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Mid-term battle at U.S. anti-gun marches: thousands register to vote

Mid-term battle at U.S. anti-gun marches: thousands register to voteBy Katanga Johnson WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Voter registration activists fanned out among throngs of young Americans who marched for tighter gun laws on Saturday, signing up thousands of first-time voters who want to eject lawmakers who oppose gun control. With mid-term Congressional elections eight months away, the activists flocked to some 800 marches across the country to register young voters likely to back Democratic and independent candidates who tend to favor tougher firearms laws. In Washington, volunteers for the HeadCount voter-registration effort raised their fists and chanted “demonstration without registration leads to frustration” before heading out with clipboards to sign up some of the nation’s newest voters.


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