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In what critics are calling a “power grab” that puts the public at risk, Republicans used a short-lived majority at the Consumer Product Safety Commission — the result of delays in confirming Democratic nominees — to make dozens of last-minute changes to the annual plan.
A view from the Palazzo Uffici, completed in 1939. A bas-relief sculpture depicting Mussolini flanks the entrance. (Federica Valabrega for The Post)
Designed for the canceled 1942 World’s Fair, the neighborhood is orderly and planned. Look in the right direction, and you’ll even see a sculpture heroically depicting the planner: Benito Mussolini.
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