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Sending a message to the Taliban. On Lisa Brady. Fox News Secretary of State Antony Blinken says multiple countries are on the same page after a virtual meeting. A day after the Taliban announced an interim government for Afghanistan. The Taliban seek international legitimacy and support. Any legitimacy, any support will have to be earned. We heard that across the board. From everyone participating in today's session. He's visiting Ramstein Air Base in Germany, one of the hubs for American and Afghan evacuees. Blinken blames the Taliban for holding up several privately chartered flights for more evacuees and says the State Department is doing everything it can to get them off the ground. The president makes a renewed push for both of his infrastructure plans a smaller bill that has some Republican support and a larger spending package that does not as the White House holds an event honoring labor unions. Speaking to labor leaders in the East Room, the president said unionized workers are essential to his build back better agenda, putting hundreds of thousands of people who work including plumbers, pipefitters, electrical workers, steel workers, so many other union workers modernizing roads, bridges, water systems broadband system, President Biden called for a pathway to citizenship for so called dreamers people brought to the U. S illegally as Children. Core infrastructure bill is waiting for action in the House Speaker. Pelosi has said she will pass it by September. 27th even as progressives pushed to link the two plans. Rachel Sutherland. Fox News An emergency resolution on what amounts to a Texas boycott will have to wait in Portland, Oregon City Council, delaying a vote and what was expected to be a resolution banning the purchase of goods and services from Texas in protest of the state's new law banning most abortions. Portland Mayor's office as a draft resolution is being postpone to best understand the impact of the band America is listening to Fox News. Pursuing Governor Doug Ducey for millions. I'm Mack Watson Pay NST news. Unemployed Arizonans are suing the governor for hundreds of millions of dollars after he ended federal benefits early kn STS Greg Paul reports lawsuit claims the governor broke the law when he cut off the extra $300 a week in July. Attorneys for unemployed workers united argue by law, the state is required to cooperate with the feds to maximize benefits. The suit also contends that the issue should be decided by the Legislature, not the governor. Attorneys say about 100,000 unemployed people in Arizona should have been getting the extra money for the past eight weeks. Greg Paul K and S. T News Tucson's coronavirus vaccine mandate for most city employees is on pause while the city manager reviews a legal opinion from Attorney General Mark Brnovich. Calling the policy illegal. Brnovich warned yesterday that Tucson could lose millions of dollars in state funding if it does not a.

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