Wednesday Top Headlines
GOP tax cuts aren't unpopular, horrible passwords, rampant college speech regulation, and more.
Senate Republicans pass sweeping tax measure, bill returns to House after snafu (ABC News)
Who says the GOP tax cuts are unpopular? (Investor’s Business Daily)
Next task for GOP: Spend less and help the poor (Bloomberg)
Hillary Clinton campaign, DNC accused of “corrupt” money scheme in new FEC complaint (Fox News)
Capitol Hill watchdog refuses to release sexual harassment data (Daily Beast)
Sexual harassment allegations roil California Democrats (The Washington Free Beacon)
Alabama disproves the case against voter ID (The Wall Street Journal)
“Password,” “123456” — These are the worst passwords of 2017 (New York Post)
New record: Baby born after living 24 years as frozen embryo (National Review)
Over 90% of America’s top colleges regulate campus free speech (The Washington Free Beacon)
Policy: Blame entitlements — not the tax bill — for blowing up the deficit (Real Clear Policy)
Policy: Who wouldn’t have coverage if the ObamaCare mandate is repealed (The Heritage Foundation)
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