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Ontario Premier Doug Ford is expected to recall the legislature today to reintroduce a bill that would slash Toronto city council nearly in half after a judge struck down the legislation earlier this week.
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USA Today: Senate Democrats launch legal challenge to Trump's appointment of acting Attorney General Whitaker
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FOX: Florida's Palm Beach County could be counting ballots until Christmas
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CNN: How Florida became a rare bit of sunshine for Republicans in 2018
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