Jacobs did not suffer any significant injuries in the incident, but said his glasses were broken. Members of the supportive crowd shouted, "You're forgiven". Greg Gianforte (left), Donald Trump (right). WASHINGTON (AP ) - Republicans and Democrats found cause for optimism Friday even as the GOP candidate, facing last-minute assault charges, held onto Montana's sole House seat.
Trump's budget assumes the Republican health care bill becomes law. "The CBC budget works to strengthen our economy by making meaningful investments in education, transportation and infrastructure, the environment, scientific research and maintains a strong social safety net that protects our most vulnerable".
Gianforte faces off against Democrat Rob Quist on Thursday. "Every seat in every place has become a national contest". "Frankly, the fact that they're having to spend millions and millions of dollars to hold these seats is astounding", House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) said Tuesday, referencing Montana and Georgia.
But it's his appearance that brought a bit of a Hush to a Miami-Dade courtroom - with his green hair, pale skin, and tattooed facial scars, Lawrence looked an bad lot like Batman's iconic arch-nemesis, the Joker . According to the Miami Herald , police found Sullivan outside of his apartment. On each of his cheeks, he has a tattoo that looks as if his mouth has been split ear to ear and then stitched back together.
She keeps a sonogram on her bedside table. "You can't be pro-life, but then refuse to support the girl that keeps her baby", Runkles told Fox 5 . She turned to correspondent Jan Crawford for the full story. She is due to deliver her child in September, and is planning to start her college career by taking online classes through Liberty University. She told CBS she plans to name him "Grayson", in reference to God's grace and forgiveness.
On Thursday , more storms are expected, with some forecast to be severe with damaging straight line wind gusts and hail the size of golf balls. The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for the midlands of SC. Much of the state remains under a flash flood watch through Wednesday evening. Locally heavy rain could result in possible flash flooding. The severe weather outlook includes counties: Bledsoe, Bradley, Hamilton, Marion, McMinn, Meigs, Polk, Rhea and Sequatchie.