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Gov. Brian Kemp has signed a repeal of Georgia's Civil War-era citizen’s arrest law on Monday ABC
VOA VIEW: A mistake.
The head of German pharmaceutical company BioNTech said Monday that there is no need to waive patents on coronavirus vaccines because manufacturers will be able to produce enough shots to supply the world over the coming year ABC
VOA VIEW: Makes sense.
Ford is recalling over 660,000 SUVs due to loose roof rail covers that can detach while the vehicle is in motion and “create a hazard for others on the road.” ABC

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House Republicans are poised to oust Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney from leadership following her building confrontations with former President Donald Trump over the election. ABC
VOA VIEW: Another party traitor.
Proprietors faced closures, space restrictions and lingering uncertainty. They're now facing a potentially crippling labor shortage as summer approaches. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Hard to get employees.
DarkSide makes ransomware hacking tools, but only largely goes after for-profit companies from English-speaking countries. CNBC
VOA VIEW: They should be punished severely.
Sen. Mitch McConnell is set to discuss infrastructure with President Joe Biden and congressional leaders on Wednesday. CNBC
VOA VIEW: McConnell should hold steadfast.
Americans have until May 17 — the IRS tax filing deadline — to contribute to 2020 individual retirement accounts. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Do it right.
A US Coast Guard ship fired approximately 30 warning shots as a "large group" of Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy fast boats conducted "unsafe and unprofessional maneuvers" near US naval vessels in the Strait of Hormuz on Monday, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said. CNN
VOA VIEW: Tran boats should be taken out.

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Critical race theory. You may be hearing those three words a lot these days. CNN
VOA VIEW: Race should not be part of school instruction.
Would-be air travelers hold billions of dollars in credits for future flights, and two US senators want airlines to drop restrictions like expiration dates -- or to refund the customers in cash. CNN
VOA VIEW: Makes sense.
CNN Political Analyst April Ryan talks about Michelle Obama's recent comments on fears of having teenage girls of color and the current state of police profiling after the Derek Chauvin trial. CNN
VOA VIEW: Michelle show her anti white contempt and racism.
Police in Massachusetts fatally shot a man who repeatedly rammed his SUV into the front doors of a police station and aimed a rifle at officers early Sunday, a county district attorney said. FOX News
VOA VIEW: What will the left say now?

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     Mayor de Blasio is refusing to allow a group of military veterans to march on Staten Island on Memorial Day — after welcoming public pot smokers to puff their way down Broadway in last week’s Cannabis Parade.  De Blasio is an idiot. “It’s a slap in the face,” Jamie Gonzalez, 57, a Marine infantryman who saw combat in Iraq during Operation Desert Storm, told The Post. Gulf War vets like Gonzalez were set to be given special honors in Staten Island’s 102nd annual Memorial Day Parade this year to mark the 1991 conflict’s 30th anniversary — until the city pulled the plug. “For many of us, a parade is a form of closure,” Gonzalez said. “We gather together and support each other.”

     “I’m incensed,” said Ted Cohen, 82, a retired Air Force reservist who was on alert through the Cuban Missile Crisis. “It’s pathetic.” The United Staten Island Veterans Organization, the association of 16 local vets’ groups that has sponsored the annual march for decades, filed a request for a parade permit with the NYPD on Feb. 27, following the same procedure they use every year in keeping with the city’s official rules.

     On March 9, the department nixed the request, citing de Blasio’s emergency executive order restricting public events due to the COVID-19 pandemic. City Hall did not respond to a message seeking comment. The brush-off came despite myriad marches in the last year that have been recognized by the city, officially escorted by cops, and often featured elected officials in the line of march. They included a slimmed-down St. Patrick’s Day Parade in March, when de Blasio participated; countless Black Lives Matters protest marches; and the cannabis rally and parade May 1, when revelers hoisted a huge inflatable spliff along a 17-block route and heard speeches from Sen. Chuck Schumer among others.