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Mueller Says No Collusion, Barr Raises A Million Questions

Garrett M. Graff Wired
What really happened? Mueller and perhaps the most talented team of investigators ever assembled by the DOJ, millions of dollars, thousands of subpoenas, apparently couldn’t come up with definitive answers. And why all the lies and cover-ups?

The Many Problems With the Barr Letter

Neal K. Katyal New York Times
By unilaterally concluding that Mr. Trump did not obstruct justice, the attorney general has made it imperative that the public see the Mueller report.

What to Make of Bill Barr’s Letter

Mikhaila Fogel, Quinta Jurecic, Susan Hennessey, Matthew Kahn, Benjamin Wittes Lawfare
That Mueller was able to document his findings in a fashion that can allow for transparency and, if necessary, accountability, is of immense value. The question of what to do with the record Mueller has compiled will ultimately fall to Congress

Media Bits and Bytes - March 19, 2019

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Jane Mayer on Fox's Friends; Murdoch Oversteps in NZ; Huawei Stoops to Conquer; Google's DC Clout; Netflex Cancels "One Day"; Media vs Bernie

2020 Trump Budget: A Disturbing Vision

Paul N. Van De Water, Joel Friedman and Sharon Parrott Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
President Trump’s 2020 budget, released March 11, 2019, would make poverty more widespread, widen inequality and racial disparities, and increase the ranks of the uninsured.
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