From the Minnesota Childcare Scandal to Senate’s vote on the Green New Deal resolution, see what gnomi users were reading this week as we round up the trending topics and top-read articles on the gnomi app!* Our goal with gnomi is to reveal the level of bias in the news we consume, so below you will find each of the top articles respective SlantID (graded on a scale of L5-R5) clearly stated.
*based on gnomi app analytics
1. Minnesota Childcare Scandal
Earlier this week it was reported that the Inspector General at the Department of Human Services, Carolyn Ham, was placed on paid leave following the release of a report detailing fraud in the Minnesota childcare assistance program.
Top read article (SlantID R1) from The Center of the American Experiment.
2. Mueller Report
Last Friday, special counsel Robert Mueller submitted his final report on the Russian-probe investigation. The report concluded that there was no collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign. This conclusion brought many (primarily on the left) to ask for full details, and for the report to be made public.
Top read article (SlantID L1) from Real Clear Politics.
3. MN Governor Walz Budget Proposal
This week, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz announced his latest budget proposal, standing by his original tax plans. This announcement sparked strong Republican opposition. This revision follows February’s initial proposal, which Senate Republicans vowed to block.
Top read article (SlantID R4) from The Center of the American Experiment.
4. Parkland Survivors
This week the second survivor of the deadly February 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida committed suicide. This news comes just weeks after another Marjory Stoneman Douglas student committed suicide. Other survivors and activists came together to mourn the loss.
Top read article (SlantID R1) from Fox News.
5. Green New Deal Vote
On Tuesday of this week, all Senate Republicans and four Senate Democrats voted against the Green New Deal, a resolution sponsored by Representative Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez (D., Mass.), while forty-three Democratic senators just voted “present.”
Top read article (SlantID L2) from Breitbart.
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