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But the Democrats whose districts were hit hardest by the SALT cap are offering a new argument. "The puzzle doesn’t get built if we don’t address the SALT deduction," he said. 'A SALT march, like Gandhi did'Some liberal Democrats are also leery of expanding the SALT deduction. "The SALT deduction cap threatens our ability to keep making those investments," she said. Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., said he represents middle class people "severely affected" by the SALT cap, who want relief.
Persons: Ed Kelly, Kelly, Tom Suozzi, Mikie Sherrill, Lauren Underwood, Sen, Bernie Sanders, nix, Suozzi, Sanders, Tom Malinowski, Joe Biden, Mitch McConnell, Gandhi, Mark Pocan, Sherrill, Malinowski, Jamie Raskin, We've Organizations: WASHINGTON, House Democrats, Democrats, Liberals, Center, International Association of Firefighters, Rep, Democratic, NBC News, MSNBC, Capitol Locations: Northeast, New York, New Jersey, United States, D, Ky, America
The result at the House Judiciary Committee markup of six sweeping antitrust bills was a display of odd alliances between Democrats and Republicans, while fractures showed within each side of the aisle. Several lawmakers made clear their support in the committee wouldn't hold if further reflection and changes weren't considered. All committee members agreed on the need for some types of reform to address the vast power of the tech platforms. Proponents of the bills like antitrust subcommittee Buck and Gaetz appealed directly to those concerns in their remarks on Wednesday. Republicans coalesced against Lofgren's proposal to add protection for platforms to remove objectionable content under Cicilline's anti-discrimination bill, however.
Persons: AAPL AMZN, Ken Buck, David Cicilline, weren't, Jerrold Nadler, Matt Gaetz, Gaetz, Zoe Lofgren, Darrell Issa, Jim Jordan, Buck, Lofgren, Ted Lieu, Eric Swalwell, Pramila Jayapal, Cicilline, Lieu, Swalwell, Lou Correa, Karen Bass, Ro Khanna, Khanna, Ting Shen, Victoria Spartz, That's, Jordan, Issa, Brad Smith, Kevin Lemarque Organizations: Big Tech, Republicans, Microsoft, Apple, Facebook, Google, Rep, California Democrats, Congressional Antitrust Caucus, Republican, Office, Washington , D.C, Bloomberg, Getty, Federal Trade Commission, Department of Justice, Communications, Antitrust, Administrative, Diverse Locations: Ohio, California, China, Silicon, Florida, Rayburn, Washington ,, Washington , U.S
Rep. Josh Gottheimer: 'We're now inches away' from a bipartisan infrastructure deal
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( ) sentiment -0.92   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailRep. Josh Gottheimer: 'We're now inches away' from a bipartisan infrastructure dealAfter agreeing to a framework for a new infrastructure package, a bipartisan group of 21 senators will head to the White House Thursday to see if they can sell President Joe Biden on the deal. Rob Portman (R-Ohio), one of the lead Senate negotiators, and Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ), co-chair of the bipartisan House Problem Solvers Caucus, joined "Squawk Box" on Thursday ahead of the meeting to discuss.
Persons: Josh Gottheimer, Joe Biden, Sen, Rob Portman Locations: Ohio
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi finalized plans to create a select committee to investigate January 6. "This morning, with great solemnity and sadness, I am announcing the House will be establishing a select committee on the January 6th insurrection," Pelosi said in her weekly news conference. After multiple outlets reported her plans to create a select committee, Pelosi said she was not ready to make an announcement, but she made the news official the next day on Thursday. By contrast, a select committee made up of members of Congress is convened temporarily to investigate or study a particular matter. The select committee will include both a Democratic chair appointed by Pelosi and a Republican ranking member appointed by Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
Persons: Nancy Pelosi, Pelosi, Joe Biden's, Bennie Thompson, John Katko, Kevin McCarthy Organizations: Service, Republicans, Democratic Rep, House Homeland Security Committee, GOP, Capitol, Democratic, Republican
A House committee passed a series of sweeping antitrust reforms Thursday after roughly 23 hours of debate. Still, the last leg of the debate offered some signs of optimism for those hoping to advance the bills further. It's clear that even after such a long debate, the bill authors still have a lot of work to do. They also said the committee members did not have enough time to properly consider the bills prior to the markup. WATCH: How US antitrust law works, and what it means for Big Tech
Persons: Pramila Jayapal, Lance Gooden, Ken Buck, Matt Gaetz, Greg Stanton, Lou Correa, Zoe Lofgren, Eric Swalwell, I'm, Dan Bishop, David Cicilline, Jayapal, Bishop, Cicilline, Jim Jordan, Buck, Correa, Swalwell, Lofgren, Darrell Issa, Tom McClintock Organizations: House, Rep, Apple, Democrats, Republicans, California, Big Tech, CNBC, YouTube Locations: Texas, Ohio, California
Military leaders excoriated Rep. Matt Gaetz during a House hearing on Wednesday after the Florida Republican raised questions about critical race theory being taught to the nation’s soldiers. "We do not teach critical race theory, we don't embrace critical theory and I think that is a spurious conversation," Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin told Gaetz during a House Armed Services Committee hearing. “I’ve read Mao Tse-tung. I’ve read Karl Marx. I’ve read Lenin.
Persons: Matt Gaetz, Lloyd Austin, Gaetz, Austin, I've, Mark Milley, “ I’ve, Mao Tse, I’ve, Karl Marx, Lenin, ” Milley, , , Organizations: excoriated, Florida Republican, Armed, U.S . Military Academy, Army, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Communist, U.S . Capitol, United States Locations: Florida, United States, America
A group of House Republicans on Wednesday launched a new Conservative Climate Caucus aimed at educating fellow GOP lawmakers. Curtis, chairman of the new caucus, has been an advocate for climate change solutions since running for Congress but rejects progressive proposals such as the Green New Deal. Rep. John Curtis speaks during the press conference introducing the Republican Climate Caucus outside of the Capitol on June 23, 2021. In 2019, the Senate launched a bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus led by Mike Braun, R-Ind., and Chris Coons, D-Del. The environment surrounds all of us, and we have a vested interest in protecting, maintaining, and growing it for future generations,” said Rep. Meijer, a member of the House caucus.
Persons: John Curtis, , ” Curtis, Curtis, Bill Clark, Mike Braun, Chris Coons, , Meijer Organizations: House Republicans, Wednesday, Conservative Climate Caucus, Rep, Republicans, Capitol, NBC News, Green New Deal, Republican Climate Caucus, Inc, Getty, Sutherland Institute, Senate, Solutions Locations: Utah, Washington
Rep. Ritchie Torres, a New York Democrat, said he plans to introduce the first resolution to condemn state bills targeting transgender people this week. Governors in nine states have signed athlete bans into law, and two have signed restrictions on medical care. Nearly 1,500 trans kids will lose access to medical care if takes effect, according to Torres' bill. Torres' legislation is co-signed by 30 other representatives and endorsed by 13 LGBTQ advocacy organizations. In a letter to colleagues requesting sponsors for the legislation, Torres urged them not to ignore the "troubling lived realities experienced by members of the transgender and nonbinary community."
Persons: Ritchie Torres, Gay, Torres, Asa Hutchinson Organizations: New, New York Democrat, Lesbian, NBC News, Arkansas Gov, Republican, American Civil Liberties Union, Twitter, Facebook Locations: New York, Arkansas
Manatees Are Dying in Florida, and the U.S. Wants to Know Why
  + stars: | 2021-06-23 | by ( Arian Campo-Flores | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
MIAMI—Florida manatees are dying at a record pace, prompting a federal investigation and calls to relist the aquatic mammals as endangered. So far this year, 800 manatees have died in Florida, more than double the average for the same period over the past five years, according to state data. Fish and Wildlife Service declared an “unusual mortality event,” defined as one that is unexpected, involves a significant die-off and demands an immediate response. At the heart of the problem is deteriorating water quality that has depleted the seagrasses that manatees eat, researchers say. Now, researchers say, they are experiencing starvation.
Persons: Vern Buchanan Organizations: MIAMI, Fish, Wildlife Service, U.S . Rep, Republican, Fish and Wildlife Service Locations: Florida, U.S, Tampa Bay, Manatee County
Biden Pushes for Wartime Tax Rates
  + stars: | 2021-06-23 | by ( Jay Starkman | ) + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Garner, who served as vice president during Franklin D. Roosevelt’s first two terms, was talking about how to finance World War I. Top individual tax rates remained at 91% until 1964, when Congress passed John F. Kennedy’s tax reduction proposal and set the top rate at 70%. Thereafter, individual rates rose until Donald Trump brought rates down to 37% (plus the 3.8% Medicare tax) for individuals and 21% for corporations. The Biden administration proposes to raise the top individual rate to 39.6% (plus 3.8%) and to 28% for corporations. But accounting for state and local income taxes and stacking on additional crushing Democratic tax proposals would push the rates far higher.
Persons: Rep, John Nance Garner, Garner, Franklin, Roosevelt’s, Biden, Roosevelt, John F, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Reagan, Donald Trump Organizations: Franklin D, Treasury Department Locations: Texas
When Does the Actual Governing Start?
  + stars: | 2021-06-23 | by ( Karl Rove | ) + 0.58   time to read: +1 min
Have you ever felt you’re about to witness a gigantic pileup and there’s nothing you can do to stop it? Some items on the list are wanna-do’s: ideas to expand government, spend money and jack up taxes. The Democrats’ list of wanna-do’s is growing rapidly and regularly. Last week, Sen. Bernie Sanders called for a $6 trillion spending package with an even more elastic definition of infrastructure. Meanwhile, New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez led a cadre of Democrats to demand more climate provisions be included in any infrastructure bill.
Persons: Biden, There’s, Sen, Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio, Cortez, , Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer doesn’t, corralled Organizations: , New York Rep Locations: ,, Alexandria
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is considering whether to form a House select committee to investigate the Jan. 6 riot after Republicans blocked legislation to create a bipartisan panel. Pelosi informed the House Democratic Steering and Policy committee of her thinking Tuesday evening, stressing the importance study the attack, which left several dead and dozens injured. There was initial confusion as to whether Pelosi was moving to form the committee or mulling the possibility. Senate Republicans blocked House-passed legislation in May that would have established a bipartisan commission to investigate the attack. Pelosi, however, told her conference earlier this month that forming a select committee was one of the options on the table after Republicans blocked the legislation.
Persons: Nancy Pelosi, Pelosi, Drew Hammill, Hammill, Bennie Thompson, John Katko, Donald Trump, Jim Jordan of, Matt Gaetz, Chuck Schumer, Organizations: Republicans, House Democratic, NBC, Rep, House Homeland Security, Democrats, Justice Department, FBI Locations: Jim Jordan of Ohio, Florida
Rep. Kevin Brady: We will be able to block many of Biden's tax proposals
  + stars: | 2021-06-23 | by ( ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailRep. Kevin Brady: We will be able to block many of Biden's tax proposalsRep. Kevin Brady (R-Texas) joined "Squawk Box" on Wednesday to discuss President Joe Biden's tax policy and what to expect in the coming months.
Persons: Kevin Brady, Joe Biden's Locations: Texas
Now, Congress is poised to move forward with a series of sweeping bills meant to rein in those tech companies. The six proposed antitrust bills aimed at Big Tech American Innovation and Choice Online Act: Bars large tech platforms from preferencing their own products and services, and disadvantaging rivals. Merger Filing Fee Modernization Act: Increases the merger filling fees companies must pay, to provide more funding for antitrust enforcement agencies. State Antitrust Enforcement Venue Act: Makes it harder for companies to transfer state antitrust lawsuits to friendlier court venues. Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI) has co-sponsored all six of the proposed House antitrust bills.
Persons: Washington —, Stacy Mitchell, Pramila Jayapal, Chris Evans, Brian Huseman, David Cicilline, Yelp, Hal Singer, Google didn't, Apple, Cicilline, Brad Smith, Singer, William Kovacic Organizations: CNN, Democrat, Google, Facebook, Institute for Local, Big Tech American Innovation, Service, , American Innovation, Apple, Google Google, Justice Department, Federal Trade Commission, Rep, George Washington University, Spotify, FTC, DOJ, Microsoft Microsoft, Microsoft, Bloomberg, of Locations: Washington
Greg Abbott is calling lawmakers back to Austin on July 8 for a special legislative session, where a controversial election legislation Democrats have decried as voter suppression is expected to be back on the agenda. Democrats blocked a sweeping election bill in the final hours of the legislative session last month by staging a rare walkout and breaking quorum. Abbott, who had told lawmakers the legislation was one of his top priorities, responded furiously and vowed to force lawmakers back to Austin for a special session. It’s unclear whether Texas Republicans will attempt to write a new elections bill or reintroduce the version that failed last month. Last week, Abbott also made good on his threat to veto pay in the budget for legislative staff.
Persons: Greg Abbott, Abbott, Bill, Kamala Harris, Trey Martinez Fischer Organizations: Texas Gov, Texas Republicans, Texas Democrats, Republicans . Texas Democratic, Rep Locations: Austin, Texas, Washington
Trump has 'zero desire' to be House Speaker, spokesperson says
  + stars: | 2021-06-22 | by ( Grace Panetta | ) sentiment -0.74   time to read: +2 min
Donald Trump has "zero desire" to be House Speaker, his spokesperson Jason Miller told Punchbowl News on Tuesday, after the former president himself called the prospect "very interesting." Technically, the House Speaker doesn't need to be an elected member of the lower chamber, but, since the end of his presidency, Trump has been fielding questions about whether he would run for a House seat to then serve as Speaker. "You know, I've talked to President Trump many times, he tells me he wants to be speaker, and I think he should be president," McCarthy said. His spokesman later clarified that Trump meant that he wanted McCarthy to be Speaker. After leaving the White House, Trump moved to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach.
Persons: Trump's, Trump, Kevin McCarthy, Donald Trump, Jason Miller, doesn't, Wayne Allen Root, David Brody, I've, Marjorie Taylor Greene, McCarthy, Lois Frankel, Joe Biden Organizations: Punchbowl News, Fox News, White, Congressional, Democratic, Democratic Rep Locations: Washington, Lago, Palm Beach, Florida's
Former and current Capitol Hill staffers told Insider cannabis use was fairly prevalent there. That was in 2011, and he never was tested during his more than three years on Capitol Hill. If anything, weed use among Capitol Hill staffers appears to have become more common as an increasing number of states legalize its use and attitudes change, several people said. Using it is not considered a big deal among Hill staffers as long as they're discreet. Two years after that, DC Marijuana Justice made headlines by handing out free joints to Capitol Hill staffers who presented their congressional IDs.
Persons: Joe Biden's, you'd, Del, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Olivier Douliery, Chuck Schumer, Biden, Don Young, Sen, Rand Paul, Adam Eidinger, Eidinger, Marcus Stanley, Barbara Boxer, Jared Polis, Matt Gaetz, Trump, he'd, They're, Andy Harris of, Alex Wroblewski, , it's, wouldn't, Mike Quigley of, Sara Jacobs, Jacobs, Mark Wilson, Kimberly Leonard, KLeonard Organizations: Capitol Hill, Capitol, Hill, Democratic, Democratic National Committee, White, Getty, Senate, Weed, Alaska Republican, Kentucky Republican, DC Marijuana, White House, Capitol Police, DC Marijuana Justice, Florida Republican, Justice Department, Twitter, Trump, House Democratic, Congress, Rep, Congressional, Rights, GOP, House Administration, Republican Locations: White, AFP, Alaska, Kentucky, California, Colorado, Florida, Washington, Andy Harris of Maryland, Mike Quigley of Illinois
New York City voters are selecting Democratic and Republican nominees for mayor. New York is using ranked-choice voting for the first time, so the winner may not be known for weeks. In the mayoral, borough president, and city council races, voters have the option to rank up to five candidates in order of their preference after New York City voters approved a ballot initiative to enact ranked-choice voting in 2019. June 29: Board of Elections runs the first round of ranked-choice voting, also without full absentee and provisional results. Board of Elections runs the first round of ranked-choice voting, also without full absentee and provisional results.
Persons: Eric Adams, Bill de Blasio, Andrew Yang, Kathryn Garcia, Maya Wiley, Here's, we'll, Yang, Adams, Garcia, Wiley, Alexandria Ocasio, Scott Stringer, Stringer, he's Organizations: Democratic, York, Military, New York, THE CITY, New York Times, Board, Zoom, Nonprofit, Jewish, Stuyvesant, Rep Locations: York City, New York, Brooklyn Borough, York, New York City, Maine, New Jersey, Bedford, Alexandria, Cortez
Rep. Jim Clyburn on his outlook for the U.S. economy
  + stars: | 2021-06-22 | by ( ) sentiment -0.79   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailRep. Jim Clyburn on his outlook for the U.S. economyCNBC's Kelly Evans and Ylan Mui discuss Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's upcoming testimony before Congress with Majority Whip Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.)
Persons: Jim Clyburn, CNBC's Kelly Evans, Ylan Mui, Jerome Powell's Organizations: Federal Locations: U.S
A group of House Democrats called on Biden and the CDC to extend a federal eviction moratorium. "It is an urgent matter of health, racial, and economic justice," they wrote in a letter. Several progressive Democrats on Tuesday called on President Joe Biden and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to extend a federal eviction moratorium that is set to expire on June 30. "The impact of the federal moratorium cannot be overstated, and the need to strengthen and extend it is an urgent matter of health, racial, and economic justice." Tenants struggling to pay their rent during the COVID-19 economic crisis were handed a lifeline in March 2020, when Congress first passed a federal eviction moratorium.
Persons: Joe Biden, Ayanna Pressley, Cori Bush of, Jimmy Gomez, Biden Organizations: House Democrats, Biden, CDC, Census, Centers for Disease Control, Reps, Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts, White House, ABC News, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Tenants Locations: Ayanna Pressley of, Cori Bush of Missouri, Jimmy Gomez of California
"In the event that there are competitive NYC Council races in the general election, Common Sense NYC may be involved. The New York City Council is the legislative body responsible for creating and voting on proposed New York City laws. A group like Common Sense can raise and spend an unlimited amount of money on the City Council races they deem important. Common Sense NYC has spent over $95,000 to oppose Jaslin Kaur, who running for District 23's City Council spot. Common Sense NYC spent just over $26,000 on two mailers against Kaur that were distributed on Monday.
Persons: Stephen Ross, Ross, Ronald Lauder, Estée Lauder, Lauder, Donald Trump, Trump's, Jeff Leb, Andrew Yang, Eric Adams, Hank Sheinkopf, Sheinkopf, there's, Michael Hollingsworth, Hollingsworth, mailer, Cynthia Nixon, Jaslin Kaur, Kaur, Alexandria Ocasio, John Choe, Alex Aviles Organizations: Companies, Hudson, Midtown, PAC, New, New York City Council, Forbes, Miami Dolphins, Hamptons, Related Companies, Trump, CNBC, New York City Campaign, City Council, City, CNBC they're, NYC Council, Wall Street, New York's, Brooklyn Borough, Longtime New York Democratic, Leb, Capitol Consulting, City & State, Brooklyn's, Gotham Gazette, New York, Democratic Socialists of America, Rep, The City, New York City's Locations: Midtown Manhattan, New York City, New York, Brooklyn, City, York, District, New, Queens, Alexandria, Cortez, The, Ocasio
U.S. to investigate former Indian boarding schools, find any remains
  + stars: | 2021-06-22 | by ( Brad Brooks | ) sentiment -0.96   time to read: +2 min
Graeme Jennings/Pool via REUTERS/File PhotoJune 22 (Reuters) - The U.S. government will investigate the dark history of Indian boarding schools, and work to find the remains of children who died in them, Interior Secretary Deb Haaland said on Tuesday. Haaland, a former congresswoman from New Mexico and the first Native American to serve as a Cabinet secretary, last year introduced legislation calling for a Truth and Healing Commission into conditions at former Indian boarding schools. The department would work on discovering who attended the schools, where the schools were located and to find the remains of children who died there. Unlike the United States, Canada carried out a full investigation into its schools via a Truth and Reconciliation Commission. read moreThe Interior Department oversaw the Indian boarding schools and carried out the policies of removing children from tribes in an attempt to forcibly assimilate Native Americans.
Persons: Deb Haaland, Graeme Jennings, Haaland, Brad Brooks, Grant McCool Organizations: Rep, Energy, Capitol, U.S, Interior Department, National Congress of American, Commission, Thomson Locations: Washington , DC, U.S, New Mexico, American, Canada, Kamloops, United States
Many up-and-coming politicos probably covet the unique spot Ginsburg holds in liberal hearts and chotskies. A woman carries an RGB tote bag with a pin that reads, "Facts Matter" in New York City on Dec. 20, 21017. “It's a sign of understanding the emotional value of what Americans are thinking about.”The “notorious RBG” phenomenon was a mystery to Ginsburg during her lifetime. Political sidelines are typically a small portion of bookstores’ revenue, but during the Trump era, everyone got into the “resistance” game with “covfefe” mugs and “nasty woman” necklaces. But that boom may be headed for a bust since no one wants Trump's tweets on their t-shirts and toiletpaper anymore.
Persons: Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Donald Trump, Trump, Ginsburg, , Gavin Inverso, Leah Kenyon, Hillary Clinton’s, Kamala, Harris, Shahrzad, , Sen, Lisa Murkowski, Joe Biden, Fauci, Nancy Pelosi, Michelle Obama, Rep, Alexandria Ocasio, Cortez, Stacey Abrams, Sonia Sotomayor, Cassie Swank, Erick Sanchez, Anthony Fauci, Mike Draper, RAYGUN, Draper, Bernie Sanders, Emily Brodowic, Jonathan Van Ness, Naomi Osaka, Biden, John Mutter, Mutter, We're, Janie Velencia Organizations: NBC, The National Republican Senatorial, Trump, Supreme, , Democratic, Bureau Locations: WASHINGTON, Boston, Austin, Portland , Oregon, Portland , Maine, Washington, New York City, Alaska, Alexandria, Georgia, BookPeople, Texas, Iowa, Powell’s, Portland, Brooklyn, Trudi Bartow
Malinowski is facing an ethics investigation for not properly disclosing dozens of stock trades. The Democrat from New Jersey purchased five figures' worth of Peloton stock in April. Under ethics cloud, Tom Malinowski keeps tradingFollowing Insider's reporting in March, the Office of Congressional Ethics began investigating Rep. Tom Malinowski, a Democrat from New Jersey, for failing to properly disclose dozens of stock trades during 2019 and 2020. Among other stock trades Malinowski made during April, he:Sold up to $265,000 in General Finance Corporation, a storage-rental company that in May merged with United Rentals. As for the Office of Congressional Ethics' inquiry into Malinowski's stock trades, Osborne said "the review is ongoing, Rep. Malinowski is fully cooperating."
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Dick Cheney called his daughter, Liz Cheney, to warn her after Trump singled her out on January 6. Former Vice President Dick Cheney called his daughter, Rep. Liz Cheney, on January 6 to warn her of the danger she faced as a recent target of then-President Donald Trump, The New York Times reported. Her father and political mentor, Dick Cheney, is no stranger to political controversy and is regarded as a master of the political dark arts. Liz Cheney reportedly told her father she would deliver the speech despite being warned that it would inflame hardline Trump supporters. The New York Times report also details Dick Cheney's opposition to Trump.
Persons: Dick Cheney, Liz Cheney, Trump, Donald Trump, George W Bush, Dick Cheney's, Liz Cheneys, Joe Biden's, Cheney Organizations: The New York Times, GOP, Capitol, Trump, New York Times Locations: Iraq, United States
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