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Would be personally responsible for settlements and up to three hundred thousand dollars in court awarded damages under the new Bill all payments are to be made public. Immediately followed by a comprehensive annual report the Bill also eliminates a thirty day cooling off period before a victim can file a complaint. The legislation now goes to President Trump for a signature. NPR's? Caroline Hawley reporting. Yes. Grammy-winning jazz singer Nancy Wilson has died at the age of Eighty-one Wilson recorded more than sixty albums during a six decades long career that included appearances on film television and radio in two thousand four she received a jazz masters fellowship for lifetime achievement from the National Endowment for the arts. Wilson retired from Tori and twenty eleven NPR listeners continued to hear her on repeats of her jazz profiles program. She died Thursday at her home near San Bernardino following along unspecified illness. This is NPR news. Authorities in.

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