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Blowback after taking the stage again I the news Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Shay Stevens. Has he mayor Andrew Dillon has one Florida's democratic primary for governor, in an upset for the establishment wing of. His party Gillim hopes to become the state's first black governor and the first democrat lead the state in two decades thing. Is, not about me It never has been Never will be this weighs about every. Single one of us Guillem will face Republican congressman Ron to Santa's who, was endorsed by President Trump the winner will replace Republican governor Rick Scott who, will challenge, incumbent democratic US Senator Bill Nelson in November Republican Arizona congresswoman Martha mcsally has be to fellow conservatives to. Win her party's. Nomination for you a Senate seat in speech last night mix Sally. Says she supports President Trump's policies including his. Border enforcement proposals we are not just a nation of immigrants we are a. Nation of and we don't have to choose between the two I, have been leading the effort to modernize our legal immigration system close legal loopholes the cartels exploited and build President Trump's wall Allie will face. Democrat Kirsten cinema in November for Senate seat that's being vacated by Republican Trump critic Jeff flake California governor. Jerry Brown has signed legislation making his state the first in the nation, to end cash bail capital public radio's been Adler says the bail industry will cease to exist, in the state starting in October twenty nineteen under the new system defendants charged with misdemeanors must be released within twelve, hours of booking with exceptions like domestic violence and stalking and each county's court, system will, assess felony defendants as low medium or high risk with their release or detention until trial based on their. Flight in public. Safety risks Ben Adler reporting from Sacramento federal data shows that sexually. Transmitted diseases have hit a new historic high. In the United States as NPR's Richard Harris tells us these rates are the. Highest in the industrialized world the centers for disease control and prevention, recorded nearly, two point three million cases of cla media gonorrhea In syphilis in two, thousand seventeen that smashed the previous year's record it was the fourth year, in a row of increases media remains by far the most common sexually transmitted infection. Although gonorrhea and syphilis are increasing rapidly according to the new report public health officials blame a lot of this increase on a steady drop in federal funding for public. Health programs in states and. Counties people with these diseases usually don't have symptoms so they can spread them without realizing it Richard Harris. NPR news on stock markets in Asia shares are mixed after Wall Street, posted gains on optimism about u. s. China trade talks underway in Washington you're listening to NPR, news A federal jury in Phoenix is hearing testimony in the trial of a former youth care worker who's accused of sexually abusing young migrants from member station k. j. z. z. Stena seek reports that prosecutors allege the crimes occurred at a facility. In Mesa Arizona in two thousand sixteen and last year in opening statements prosecutors. Said twenty five year old levian Pacheco performed sex acts. On two teenage boys in groped six others and to. Shelter run by south west key programs a government contractor nonprofit one, of the alleged victims took the stand saying through an interpreter that Pacheco came into his room on night and molested him but defense. Attorneys said Pacheco is wrongly accused and is being targeted because he's openly gay is the. Teens lied. About the abuse in order to obtain a Yuga which is set aside, for victims of mental or physical abuse who are helpful in an investigation. From PR news I'm Steve Sieg in Phoenix a jury in Texas. Has convicted a white former police officer of murdering black teenagers in suburban Dallas ROY Oliver now faces a sentence of five. Up to five to ninety nine. Years in prison Oliver. And his partner we're responding to a report of underage drinking at, a house party in April two thousand seventeen when he opened. Fire on a, car full of teenagers leaving the scene fifteen year old Jordan Edwards was killed the officer testified that he fired shots to protect his partner who testified that he did not fear for his safety Oliver was fire for violated department policy this is NPR news. In Washington Support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the. Condado fund supporting individual dignity and sustainable communities through investments in transformative leaders and ideas learn more at k. e. n., d. e. d. a. fund dot ORG. And the corporation for public broadcasting.