This Week in Politics – April 24, 2019

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This is the week congress expects to get some version of the mueller report delivered.
The question is, how much will be redacted? And will we ever get to see it?”
Attorney General William Barr said last week he expects to deliver a redacted version of the Mueller Report to Congress this week.

Democrats and some Republicans are skeptical of how much will be redacted.

President Trump was initially fine with releasing the report, but last week questioned why “radical left democrats” should have the right to examine it.

Early voting started Sunday, April 14 in Tampa in the runoff for mayor and three city council seats.

Voters can cast a ballot at any one of seven early voting locations in Tampa from 10 a-m to 6 p-m through Saturday, April 20.

Election Day for the municipal runoffs is Tuesday, April 23.

Lots of work left to do in the final three weeks of the state legislative session.

A ban on fracking, restrictions on abortion, school vouchers, efforts to fight human trafficking and of course the budget are all stalled in committees or waiting on one of the two chambers.

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