Thursday Top Headlines
Walmart adds to tax reform benefits, Medicaid work requirements, IRS waste, and more.
Record GOP exodus from Congress (NPR)
Trump administration opens door to let states impose Medicaid work requirements (The Washington Post)
Administration will extend sanctions relief for Iran (Associated Press)
Trump signs law to give Border Patrol better tools to stop smuggling of fentanyl (The Washington Times)
Immigration agents target 7-Eleven stores in nationwide sweep (The Washington Post)
IRS paid $20 million to collect $6.7 million in tax debts (The Fiscal Times)
NYC mayor to sue “Big Oil” for causing Hurricane Sandy or something (Hot Air)
Trump puts federal libel law on 2018 agenda, escalating complaints against media (USA Today)
U.S. prison population drops for third year in a row (The Washington Free Beacon)
Policy: A ludicrous ruling that Trump can’t end DACA (National Review)
Policy: Keeping fossil fuels underground makes no sense (U.S. News & World Report)
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