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Katie Daviscourt

Katie Daviscourt is a Seattle-based correspondent. Twitter: @KatieDaviscourt

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Progressive lawmakers call on Congress to reintroduce postal banking

Critics of the Postal Banking Act believe that the legislation would increase the size of the federal government, ultimately forcing the people to bail out individuals who are not financially responsible and are unable to pay their bills or loans.

Katie Daviscourt / Apr 16, 2021

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Oregon legislature passes bill to allow homeless to legally camp on public property

According to House Democrats, HB 3115 "will ensure that individuals experiencing homelessness are protected from fines or arrest for sleeping or camping on public property when there are no other options."

Katie Daviscourt / Apr 16, 2021

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Robinhood blocks trade of Dogecoin after spiking to an all-time high

The meme coin, based on the popular shiba inu, went as high as $0.30 on April 16 before dropping back down to a new floor in the 20-cent range.

Katie Daviscourt / Apr 16, 2021

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BREAKING: Cardi B comes out AGAINST defunding the police

In a now deleted tweet, Cardi B comes out against defunding the police.

Katie Daviscourt / Apr 16, 2021

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MLB's decision to pull All Star Game from Atlanta 'crushing' for small businesses

"And all because, quite frankly, there was a misinterpretation or misunderstanding or, quite frankly, just an outright lie of the law that was passed here in Georgia on voting rights."

Katie Daviscourt / Apr 7, 2021

Canadian News, News

Naheed Nenshi will not seek re-election as Mayor of Calgary

Naheed Nenshi announced Tuesday that he will not be seeking re-election as Mayor of Calgary and said not seeking a fourth term is a "difficult decision" after months of speculation about his future in office.

Katie Daviscourt / Apr 7, 2021

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Man suspected of firebombing Portland police officers arrested for attempted murder

Malik Muhammed allegedly threw a Molotov cocktail that scorched the uniform of a police officer in response to prosecutors failing to charge Louisville police officers in the Breonna Taylor case.

Katie Daviscourt / Apr 7, 2021

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US to discuss joint-boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics with allies

The United States, along with the UK, UE, and Canada, have been vocal about China and their egregious human rights abuses, specifically China’s treatment of the Uighur Muslims which is at the forefront of the international boycott.

Katie Daviscourt / Apr 7, 2021

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WATCH: Texas Rangers pack stadium for home opener amid on-going pandemic

The Texas Rangers packed their home opener against the Toronto Blue Jays, filling nearly 40,000 seats in the stadium amid the on-going coronavirus pandemic.

Katie Daviscourt / Apr 6, 2021

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WATCH: Governor Ron DeSantis fires back against 60 Minutes on Tucker Carlson

60 Minutes aired a selectively edited clip of a CBS reporter confronting Governor DeSantis about the donations from Publix to his PAC, trying to insinuate there was a shady deal at play between the Governor’s choice of Publix for COVID-19 vaccine distribution.

Katie Daviscourt / Apr 6, 2021

News Analysis

BREAKING: MLB moves All-Star Game to Democrat-run Denver which has strict voter ID laws

The MLB's plan to relocate the All-Star Game comes in protest of Georgia’s election reform bill, and said that the bill fails to demonstrate their "values," which many called hypocritical citing Colorado's voter ID laws.

Katie Daviscourt / Apr 6, 2021

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US border agents arrest two men on the terror watchlist who tried to cross border from Mexico

Customs and Border Protection announced on Monday the recent arrest of two men that are featured on the FBI’s terror watchlist and allegedly illegally entered the United States from Mexico.

Katie Daviscourt / Apr 6, 2021

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Portland high school worries that Evergreen tree mascot is problematic because it could symbolize 'lynching'

Ida B. Wells-Barnett High School in Southwest Portland was set to vote on the new mascot last Tuesday after a committee deemed their old mascot, the Trojans, controversial.

Katie Daviscourt / Apr 5, 2021

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Texas coronavirus cases plummet after mask mandate lifted

A month after Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced full reopening and a repeal of the mask mandate, the number of coronavirus cases and death totals fell.

Katie Daviscourt / Apr 5, 2021

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WATCH: 60 Minutes deceptively edits DeSantis' comments on vaccine rollout in attempt to implicate him in 'pay-to-play scheme'

CBS' "60 Minutes" deceptively edited an interaction between DeSantis and a reporter to make it look like he had shown preference to Publix for vaccine distribution after they donated to his PAC.

Katie Daviscourt / Apr 5, 2021

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