Tuesday Top Headlines
Mulvaney warns about CFPB power, eight senators and taxes, another fake hate crime, and more.
House takes up bill allowing concealed carry across state lines (Washington Examiner)
Supreme Court shoots down gun cases, leaving bans on “assault” weapons and open-carry in effect (The Washington Times)
Mick Mulvaney on CFPB: “I’m just learning about the powers that I have as acting director. They would frighten most of you.” (The Federalist)
Consumer Bureau execs, workers gave 593 donations to Democrats, 1 to GOP (Washington Examiner)
These eight senators can make or break the GOP tax plan (Bloomberg)
New Alabama Senate candidate: retired Marine Col. Lee Busby, vice-chief of staff to General John Kelly (The Daily Wire)
Doug Jones is outspending Roy Moore 10-to-1 on the airwaves (NBC News)
James Comey’s FBI failed to alert victims of ongoing hacking attempts (PoliZette)
Black man arrested for vandalizing five black NJ churches (NJ.com)
Satire: Dating tips for prominent Democrats (Townhall)
Policy: In the CFPB dispute, the law’s on Trump’s side (The Daily Signal)
Policy: Four important cases the Supreme Court is hearing (The Daily Signal)
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