A.M. Roundup: Child Victims Act gets new life with Democratic majority
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Good morning! Former U.S. HUD Secretary Julian Castro and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard have announced their presidential bids, joining what should be a crowded Democratic field of candidates. Mayor Bill de Blasio's announcement could be on the horizon, too. How would Gov. Andrew Cuomo feel about his nemesis running for president? That's to be determined. Cuomo v. De Blasio in a debate. That's PPV worthy - but at least for now, it remains just a dream. The governor has denied rumors of possibly running for president and he's not the first New York governor to deal with such speculation. His father...
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