5 overlooked politics stories that are worth your time

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Ohio Governor John Kasich has said he opposes rolling back a business tax cut in the state. File photo by Aaron Josefczyk/Reuters

The 24-hour news cycle is filled with politics coverage, but not everything gets the attention it deserves. Here are five politics stories you may have missed in the past week.

  1. Trump keeps Obama’s immigration policy on “dreamers” but makes no promises — 6/16. Arizona dreamers are still nervous about their future, although President Donald Trump has kept the DREAM Act on the books. — The Arizona Republic
  2. Six People Have Resigned From Trump’s HIV/AIDS Advisory Council Because He “Doesn’t Care”— 6/17. The president has yet to name anyone to direct the White House Office of National AIDS Policy. — BuzzFeed News
  3. Kasich argues Ohio is not Kansas, says he won’t roll back business tax cut — 6/20. Lawmakers in states including Kansas and Oklahoma are now voting to raise taxes to solve budget shortfalls. — Columbus Dispatch
  4. Pelosi sees forces aligning to retake House in 2018 — 6/18. The House minority leader explains why she thinks Democrats could gain a majority in next year’s midterm elections. — San Francisco Chronicle
  5. 7 Sailors Emerged From Diverse Backgrounds to Pursue a Common Cause — 6/19. The sailors who died when a destroyer collided with a container ship represented a diverse Navy and United States. — New York Times

READ MORE: 5 overlooked politics stories that are worth your time (May 30)

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