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Anti-Trump Protests Held Outside GOP Rep. Zeldin's Office

Feb 15, 2017
Office of U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin

On Long Island protesters gathered in Patchogue on Tuesday to voice concerns about Republican Congressman Lee Zeldin cancelling public appearances and his support for President Donald Trump’s policies.

Mike Groll / AP

The leader of the Senate Republicans says he’s against Governor Cuomo’s proposal to require local governments in each county to offer government consolidation plans to go before voters in November.

Mel Evans / AP

The proposed high-speed rail in the Northeast Corridor has hit a bump. After pushback from residents in Connecticut and Rhode Island, the Federal Rail Administration says it’s willing to modify the plan due to residents' worries that the new route would run right through historic districts.  

Jessica Hill / AP

In a rare display of bipartisanship, the U.S. Senate confirmed former wrestling executive Linda McMahon today to lead the Small Business Administration.

Elaine Thompson / AP

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy has announced that the state will add seven new towns to the state’s pre-K initiative, enabling 146 more children to attend the program.

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