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Editorial cartoons for Nov. 1

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Editorial cartoons for Nov. 1 10/31/16 [Last modified: Monday, October 31, 2016 12:18pm]
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  1. Why not Kaepernick?: Ryan Fitzpatrick could be ‘Earl Morrall to Jameis Winston’s Bob Griese’

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    As the football world continues to question the Bucs’ motives for signing Ryan Fitzpatrick over Colin Kaepernick as Jameis Winston’s backup, veteran NFL writer Rick Gosselin weighs in with this post titled “The Bucs are playing a mind …

    The Bucs want Ryan Fitzpatrick to mentor Jameis Winston.
  2. Mitch McConnell: Trump presidency 'indistinguishable' from what Bush or Rubio would advocate

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    "What the administration is doing, not only am I comfortable with it, but I think the vast majority of Republicans in Congress feel that this is a right-of-center presidency, which is what we had hoped.

  3. 'Modern Family' star Sarah Hyland denies anorexia accusation

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    Modern Family star Sarah Hyland says her skinny appearance lately is due to a medical condition.

    Sarah Hyland attends the 2nd Annual InStyle Awards at The Getty Center in Los Angeles in October. Hyland posted on social media May 24, 2017, that her skinny appearance lately is due to a medical condition.
  4. Ryan, other Republicans call on Gianforte to 'apologize' for 'mistake'

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    MISSOULA, Mont. - Leading Republicans criticized Greg Gianforte on Thursday, the morning after the Republican candidate in Montana's special congressional election was given a court date and citation for allegedly assaulting a reporter.

    Greg Gianforte, right, receives congratulations from a supporter in Helena, Mont., in March.
  5. Mel and Betty Sembler's Drug Free America Foundation calls for special marijuana session

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    An unlikely voice has joined the drug policy activists calling on Florida lawmakers to come back in special session focused on medical marijuana: The Drug Free America Foundation, which opposes medical marijuana and whose founders spent nearly $10 million trying to kill the 2014 and 2016 constitutional amendments to …

    Mel and Betty Sembler, pictured in 2011.