Grand Jury Fallout, Ebola And The CROMNIBUS

This week, hard on the heels of the Ferguson grand jury decision, a grand jury in New York City returns no indictment on the police officer who choked Eric Garner to death on the streets of Staten Island. Can the cops be stopped before they kill again?

Meanwhile, America's first brush with an Ebola outbreak has been resolved, but President Barack Obama wants to do more to prevent the next one. Will Congress come through, or has interest with Ebola faded now that it's no longer a sexy, midterm election issue?

And finally, we would like to introduce a new work to your political lexicon: CROMNIBUS. We'll tell you what a cromnibus is, and how it could totally screw up your life.
 

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