Democracy Dies in Darkness
The announcement is a critical moment in the tenure of President Biden, who plans to visit Capitol Hill to address House Democrats, many of whom have been distressed by the programs being jettisoned to cut the proposal’s overall cost.
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Brother molested a 4-year-old years ago, and family thought it was a one-time thing. Others say it wasn’t.
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