The Morning Dispatch: Democrats Inch Closer to Reconciliation Deal

Happy Tuesday! Lots of lawyers out there like to claim they are fighting for the little guy, but only a few truly walk the walk.

Thank you, Spencer Sheehan of Great Neck, New York, for suing Kellogg’s and bringing to light this injustice: Strawberry Pop-Tarts allegedly contain more pear and apple flavoring than they do strawberry.

Quick Hits: Today’s Top Stories

  • Sudan’s military seized power by force on Monday, detaining Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and cracking down on protesters, reportedly killing three. Coup leader Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan said on television he was dissolving the country’s government, and that the military will remain in charge until elections are held in July 2023.

  • The Biden administration on Monday further clarified the COVID-19 restrictions that will go into effect when the United States lifts its international travel ban on November 8. Barring a handful of exceptions, all non-citizen travelers to the United States 18 and older will need to present both proof they are fully vaccinated with an FDA or WHO-authorized vaccine and a negative COVID-19 test within three days of departure. Unvaccinated travelers—either American citizens or those meeting the exemption criteria—will now need to present a negative COVID-19 test from within one day of departure.

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