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Texans will soon have to wait until their 21st birthday to buy tobacco and nicotine products products — with the exception of young military members.

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Cornell study: “the President of the United States was likely the largest driver of the COVID-19 misinformation ‘infodemic’.”

Law enforcement officials "were directed to make public comments sympathetic to Kyle Rittenhouse" in internal DHS talking points, NBC reports. One of these is that he "took his rifle to the scene of the rioting to help defend small business owners."

Stanley McChrystal, who was fired in part for his criticism of Biden in the infamous 2010 Rolling Stone piece, endorses him just now on @Morning_Joe 

The Agriculture Department last week began mandating that millions of boxes of surplus food for needy families include a letter from President Donald Trump claiming credit for the program

Here's how this works: 1. Republicans put radical Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court. 2. She provides the 5th vote to strike down the ACA, ending protections for preexisting conditions. 3. Insurers make COVID diagnosis a preexisting condition. 4. We all get screwed.

The thing I can't stop thinking about when it comes to Trump going after Hunter Biden's substance abuse is that his own brother died because of substance abuse.

NYT: pushed to comply with Trump’s false attacks on mail-in voting, the @CDCgov  “quietly altered its guidance about mail-in voting to make misleading claims about the safety of absentee ballots.”

@SecPompeo : The greatest external threat that the United States faces over the medium and long term is the threat by the regime in China today, the Chinese Communist Party led by General Secretary Xi Jinping.

He said counting ballots that arrive after Election Day is evidence of a "rigged" system. It is not. He said unsolicited ballots were "swamping" state officials. They are not.

Conservative Philip Davies asks if health secretary is "aware of damage the arbitrary 10pm curfew is doing". He says jobs are being lost "just to see people congregating on streets instead" Matt Hancock says 100,000s would die if we "let the virus rip"

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