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Local Congressmen Call For Travel Ban To, From Ebola-Affected African Countries

Local Congressmen Call For Travel Ban To, From Ebola-Affected African Countries
Kelly has joined other Members of Congress in urging a travel ban on Americans to Ebola-affected African countries, except those engaged in fighting the disease, and a restriction on visas to Africans wanting to enter the United States. “This disease …
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College Will Prioritize Safe Travel in Allocating Funds
The Office of Student Life will prioritize funding domestic student travel that it determines aligns with the “College's mission” when it allocates $ 50,000 in grants to traveling students and student groups this academic year, according to the grant …
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White House: Nope, an Ebola travel ban still isn't on the table; Update: CDC
Democrats in Congress are holding firm against a travel ban right now (apart from a noteworthy few who support it, like Alan Grayson and Kyrsten Sinema) but the politics of their position will only get more radioactive. Here's where things stand with …
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Media: Blocking Travel From Ebola Countries Is Racist

Media: Blocking Travel From Ebola Countries Is Racist
That didn't take long. Mere weeks into the U.S. Ebola scare, and liberal media personalities are already playing the race card. Would a ban on travel from countries struggling to contain Ebola actually work? Maybe, maybe not. But that doesn't matter, …
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Davis, Wagner among those calling for tougher Ebola-related travel restrictions
Davis has been trying to get co-signers since Monday on the letter to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Federal Aviation Administration that calls for "stronger travel restriction and safeguards between countries in West Africa …
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Ebola Outbreak Hits Resources, Travel Stocks
A volunteer in a protective suit after spraying disinfectant outside a home in Waterloo, Sierra Leone, where a woman had died from Ebola. The outbreak in West Africa is starting to hit pockets of global stock markets. Agence France-Presse/Getty Images.
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