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Nebraska Governor to Send State Troopers to US–Mexico Border Amid Immigration Crisis

Nebraska will send state troopers to the U.S.–Mexico border to aid law enforcement after the governors of Arizona and Texas requested help from other states amid a surge of people crossing the border illegally, Gov. Pete Ricketts announced. Ricketts, a Republican, appears to be the second governor to assist after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said he would deploy troopers and other law enforcement officials from his state to the border. “Nebraska is stepping up to help Texas respond to the ongoing crisis on their border with Mexico,” Ricketts said in a June 19 statement. “The disastrous policies of the Biden-Harris Administration created an immigration crisis on the border. While the federal government has fallen short in its response, Nebraska is happy to step up to provide assistance to Texas as they work to protect their communities and keep people safe.” About 25 Nebraska state troopers will head to Del Rio, Texas, …

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Sweden Plunges Into Political Chaos After Prime Minister Lofven Ousted In Historic No Confidence Vote

Sweden Plunges Into Political Chaos After Prime Minister Lofven Ousted In Historic No Confidence Vote Sweden’s centre-left Prime Minister Stefan Lofven was ousted in a no-confidence vote in parliament on Monday, plunging the country into deep political uncertainty. Lofven, 63, was the first Swedish prime minister to be ousted by a no-confidence motion put forward by the opposition in the European Union member state of about 10 million people. Lofven, who as Reuters notes was defeated after nearly seven years in power over a plan to ease rent controls for new-build apartments, now has a week to resign and hand the speaker the job of finding a new government, or call a snap election. “The government now has a week to decide and we will hold talks with our cooperation parties,” Lovfen told a news conference after the vote. “It is what is best for the country that is important. We will work as fast as we can.” But with parliament deadlocked and opinion polls showing center-right and center-left blocs evenly balanced, the political crisis may not be resolved for a long time, even though economists say this is unlikely to have a big impact on the economy. After all, we live in a world where central banks are now in control of everything and politicians are merely their muppets. It is not clear to whom the speaker might turn to form a new government if Lofven quits because of the make-up of parliament, but the opinion polls suggest a snap election might not bring clarity either. As a reminder, back in 2018 Lofven secured a second term only after months of negotiations following an election in which the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats made big gains, redrawing the political map.  Since then he has led a fragile minority government of Social

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