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The Biden administration has announced more than $300 million in mental health funding, with much of the money coming from the bipartisan gun control law this summer ABC
VOA VIEW: It's like a slush fund.
Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has responded publicly to the biggest protests in Iran in years, breaking weeks of silence to condemn the “rioting” and accuse the United States and Israel of planning the protests ABC
VOA VIEW: He is a revered joke.
Tillerson is the first member of the Trump administration to testify in the trial of Barrack, an adviser to the 2016 Trump campaign and chair of the presidential inaugural committee. CBS
VOA VIEW: Dems never give up.

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The trail of destruction left by hurricanes, floods and other natural disasters carries another threat — fraud. CBS
VOA VIEW: Watch who you donate too.
The enthusiasm for Donald Trump's brand of nationalist populism has cut into traditional Democratic strongholds. CBS
VOA VIEW: That is a good thing to recognize.
DeSantis is seen as a top contender for the GOP 2024 presidential nomination, along with former President Donald Trump. CNBC
VOA VIEW: No one is near Trump.
For the first time since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, voters want Republicans to control Congress over Democrats. CNBC
VOA VIEW: There will be a red wave.
Morgan Stanley said App Store revenue declined about 5% in September, the steepest drop since the bank started modeling the data in 2015. CNBC
VOA VIEW: There should be little money to waste.
OPEC and non-OPEC producers, a group often referred to as OPEC+, will meet in Vienna, Austria on Wednesday to decide on the next phase of production policy. CNBC
VOA VIEW: That would increase the price of oil.

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Inflation for the country of 84 million people has soared in the last two years. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Inflation has hit the entire world.
A federal judge ruled against a voting rights group founded by Georgia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams Friday in a challenge to the state's voting laws. CNN
VOA VIEW: The fool is left in the cold.
President Joe Biden traveled Monday to Puerto Rico, where he pledged continued support as the island rebuilds and announced more than $60 million in funding to help prepare coastal areas prepare better for storms. UPI
VOA VIEW: It was a photo op.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined on Monday to hear arguments over a ban on bump stocks that initially went into effect under former President Donald Trump. UPI

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Russian bloggers are "grieving" Russia's withdrawal from the Ukrainian city of Lyman, a key city in one of the four Ukrainian provinces illegally annexed by Russia this weekend, analysts said. UPI
VOA VIEW: The Duma is a rubber stamp for Putin.
The case of a graphic artist who argues she has a right to decline to design websites celebrating same-sex weddings because they are inconsistent with her religious beliefs is scheduled to be heard at the Supreme Court. UPI
VOA VIEW: The graphic artist should prevail - only a fool wants to force someone to take his business.
The production group is widely expected to announce big cuts in production when they meet in person for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. UPI

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Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Monday blamed the United States and Israel for the weeks-long protests sparked by the death of a 22-year-old Kurdish woman in police custody. UPI
Ransomware hackers who stole private information from the Los Angeles Unified School district have released the information on the dark web, school officials said in a statement on Sunday. UPI
VOA VIEW: Hackers should be prosecuted, and the punishment should be life.

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October 04, 2022

     A Montana state judge has determined three laws passed by Montana’s Republican-controlled legislature to regulate activities on university campuses are unconstitutional, including one that sought to ban transgender women from participating on female collegiate sports teams.  A foolish liberal state judge.

     Montana’s Constitution gives the state board of regents' full authority to govern public college campuses and precludes state lawmakers from imposing their own rules, District Court Judge Rienne McElyea said in a ruling issued that was emailed to attorneys in the case. Her ruling noted that the Montana Supreme Court recently affirmed the same conclusion in a challenge to a bill that sought to allow more people to carry guns on campuses.

     The ruling is the second judicial setback of the week on laws passed by Montana’s 2021 Legislature that affected transgender residents. A different state judge clarified that he temporarily blocked health officials from enforcing a state rule that would prevent transgender people from changing the gender on their birth certificate. In response, the Republican-run state said it would defy the order.

     The ruling comes amid a heated national debate over whether transgender women should be allowed to participate in female sports at the high school and collegiate level. At least 12 Republican-led states have passed laws banning transgender women or girls in sports based on the premise that it gives them an unfair competitive advantage. Transgender rights advocates counter that the rules aren’t just about sports, but another way to demean and attack transgender people.