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Over the next 23 years, they meticulously restored the home to its previous glory, before selling it in 2006. Now the one-time frontier trading post is operating as the Wiscasset Antiques Center, waiting for a new owner to decide what its next chapter will be. … [Read more...] about Operation Preservation: Historic Home From 1740 Is This Week’s Most Popular
California saw a setback this week in its efforts to control the virus, when a third of the 3,500 inmates at San Quentin State Prison near San Francisco tested positive after officials transferred 121 inmates from the heavily affected California Institution for Men in Chino on May 30 without properly testing them for infections. … [Read more...] about New outbreaks push inmate coronavirus cases past 50,000
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Sending troops to quell riots without a request from a state is not automatically allowed under the law. In 2007, Congress loosened restrictions on deployments, giving a president the power to employ federal troops to “restore public order and enforce the laws of the United States” without a request from the governor or legislature of the state involved. But the provision was repealed a year later because of objections by states that it gave the federal government too much power. … [Read more...] about Insurrection Act: Would it allow Trump to send troops to a state over a governor’s protests?