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President Donald Trump today is outlining a new immigration plan as part of effort to convince the public and law makers that the current system is need of overhaul. Speaking at the white house rose garden today, the president saying his plan aim to create a quote ‘fair, modern and lawful system of immigration for the US’, ‘Americans can have complete and total confidence that under this plan, the borders will finally be fully and totally secured.’ In addition to step up screening, Trump says the plan spearheaded by son in law advisor Jared Kushner would rethink the nation’s green card system to favor those with high level skills while accepting fewer immigrants on the basis of family connections. The plan is already getting pended by democrats in congress. House speaker Nancy Pelosi calling Trump’s emphasis on America based immigration quote ‘condescending’.
Another migrant child has died of illness at US hospital after crossing the southwest border near El Paso. As NPR’s John Bernit explains it’s the fourth Guatemalan child who has died since December for the historic influx of migrants coming to the US from central America. The mother informed federal agents that her two year old was sick after they were apprehended on the north bank of the Rio Grande in central El Paso. According to customs and border protection, the toddler was taken by ambulance to a hospital where he was diagnosed with pneumonia, then transferred to a children’s hospital where his conditions steadily deteriorated over five weeks. Said the Guatemalan consul in Del Rio Texas. The border patrol says it released the mother and son from custody when the child was admitted to the hospital. The deaths of migrant children have prompted congressional hearings and caused immigration authorities to increase medical checks of minors, they taken to custody along the southwest border. John Bernit NPR news.
Five states file suits today against opioid manufacturer Purdue Pharma and its former chief executive. Dave Mistech of West Virginia public broadcasting reports the suits allege the company used unlawful marketing tactics that fueled the scourge of opioid addiction related death. Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Wisconsin and West Virginia are each pursuing individual lawsuits against Purdue Pharma, and doctor Richard Sackler, who serves on the drug company’s board. West Virginia attorney general Patrick Morrissey says Purdue trained new marketing employees with advertising model quote ‘whistle open a bottle’, ‘enough is enough, the opioid epidemic knows no boundaries, but our states will not go down quietly.’ Officials from Purdue deny the allegations and say that the states can not link the harm of opioid to the company. West Virginia has sued Purdue Pharma over Oxycontin before and won. Dozens of states currently have similar suits pending. For NPR news, I am Dave Mistech, in Morgan Town, West Virginia.
Stocks moved higher for third straight session, the DOW was up 214 points to 25862, the NASDAQ gained 75 points, the SNP500 closed up 25 points.
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Alabama’s only democrat in statewide elected office is lashing out at a new abortion bill signed into law by the governor there. Democratic US senator Doug Jones calling the measure which effectively outlaws abortion except when mother’s life is in danger shameful. Jones saying the measure which does not make it exceptions for rape, incest makes victims of those crimes essentially political pawns. While signed into law yesterday it essentially makes performing abortion in any stage of pregnancy a felony.
The college board is announcing a big change to its popular SAT test. As NPR’s Cory Turner reports the nonprofit has been piling a new tool, it hopes it will tell schools a lot more about students than just their test scores. The tool is call the environmental context dashboard and it’s meant to give colleges background on where students were coming from, like information about their high schools including the rate of the teams who receive free or reduced price lunch. The dashboard also tries to capture challenges students may face in their neighborhoods. It gathers information like average family income, educational attainment, housing stability and crime. College board CEO David Coman says the tool quote ‘shines the light on students who have demonstrated remarkable resourcefulness to overcome challenges and achieve more with less. He has already been piloted on dozens of campuses and will be broadly available next year. Cory Turner, NPR news, Washington.
One of the world’s well known and respected architects IM Pei has died at the age of 102 among the buildings Pei designed the glass pyramid at the Louvre Paris, east wing of the national gallery of art NDC and the bank of China tower.
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President Donald Trump today is outling a new immigration plan as part of effort to convince the public and law makers that the current system is need of overhaul. Speaking at the white house rose garden today ,the president saying his plan aim to create a quote fair modern and lawful system of immigration for the US. American can have complete and total confidence.Trump says the plan spearheaded by son in law advisor Jared Kushner would rethink the nation's green card system to favor those which high level skills accepting immigrations on  the basis of family conneticons The plan is already getting pended by domecrates in congress. House speaker Nancy Pelosi callling Trump’s emphasis on America based immigration quote ‘condescending’.


Another migrant child has died of illness at US hospital after crossing the southwest border near EI Paso. As NPR's John Bernit explains its the fourth Guatemalan child who has died since December for the historic influx of migrants coming to the US from central America. The mother informed federal agents that her two year old son was sick after they were apprenhended on north bank of the Rio Grande in central EI Paso.According to customs and border proteciton on the toddler was taken by ambulance to a hospital where he was diagnosed with pneumonia, then transferred to a children’s hospital where his conditions steadily deteriorated over five weeks. Said the Guatemalan consul in Del Rio Texas. The border patrol says it released the mother and son from custody when the child was admitted to the hospital. The deaths of migrant children have prompted congressional hearings and caused immigration authorities to increase medical checks of minors, they taken to custody along the southwest border. John Bernit NPR news.


Five states file suits today against opioid manufacturer Purdue Pharma and its former chief executive. Dave Mistech of West Virginia public broadcasting reports the suits allege the company used unlawful marketing tactics that fueled the scourge of opioid addiction related death. Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Wisconsin and West Virginia are each pursuing individual lawsuits against Purdue Pharma, and doctor Richard Sackler, who serves on the drug company’s board. West Virginia attorney general Patrick Morrissey says Purdue trained new marketing employees with advertising model quote ‘whistle open a bottle’, ‘enough is enough, the opioid epidemic knows no boundaries, but our states will not go down quietly.’ Officials from Purdue deny the allegations and say that the states can not link the harm of opioid to the company. West Virginia has sued Purdue Pharma over Oxycontin before and won. Dozens of states currently have similar suits pending. For NPR news, I am Dave Mistech, in Morgan Town, West Virginia.


Stocks moved higher for third straight session, the DOW was up 214 points to 25862, the NASDAQ gained 75 points, the S&P500 closed up 25 points.

Alabama’s only democrat in statewide elected office is lashing out at a new abortion bill signed into law by the governor there. Democratic US senator Doug Jones calling the measure which effectively outlaws abortion except when mother’s life is in danger shameful. Jones saying the measure which does not make it exceptions for rape, incest makes victims of those crimes essentially political pawns. While signed into law yesterday it essentially makes performing abortion in any stage of pregnancy a felony.

The college board is announcing a big change to its popular SAT test. As NPR’s Cory Turner reports the nonprofit has been piling a new tool, it hopes it will tell schools a lot more about students than just their test scores. The tool is call the environmental context dashboard and it’s meant to give colleges background on where students were coming from, like information about their high schools including the rate of the teams who receive free or reduced price lunch. The dashboard also tries to capture challenges students may face in their neighborhoods. It gathers information like average family income, educational attainment, housing stability and crime. College board CEO David Coman says the tool quote ‘shines the light on students 'who have demonstrated remarkable resourcefulness to overcome challenges and achieve more with less. He has already been piloted on dozens of campuses and will be broadly available next year. Cory Turner, NPR news, Washington.

One of the world’s well known and respected architects IM Pei has died at the age of 102 .Among the buildings Pei designed the glass pyramid at the Louvre Paris, east wing of the national gallery of art NDC and the bank of China tower.
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