A statue of a Confederate general in Florida will be moved from a public park to a museum

The statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee will be removed from a park in Fort Myers, Florida, and will be placed in a museum, according to news reports.

The statue was placed on display at the Fort Myers Park and Recreation Center in July but it was removed after criticism from local activists who said the monument glorified slavery.

The statues, which were erected in 1859, have long been considered symbols of the Confederacy, which fought a war against the United States.

Lee, a veteran of the Civil War, was a former slaveholder.

The museum’s director said the decision was based on a review of historical records and the statue’s historical significance.

A spokesperson for the museum said that “the public must have a voice” in deciding how to display the statue, which sits on a grassy knoll and overlooks a parking lot.

The city council on Friday voted to put the statue in storage until the museum decides if it should be relocated.

Which of the President’s Health Plan Benefits Will You Pay for?

Health care reform, President Donald Trump’s signature legislative achievement, is now in a critical phase of the legislative process, and the president is trying to find common ground with the Democrats.

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was passed in 2010 and was supposed to be a landmark law that would guarantee health insurance to everyone, regardless of race, age, gender or income.

In many ways, the ACA was a law for the 21st century.

It had an effective single-payer health care system and paid for itself in tax revenue, with the ACA providing health insurance for the majority of Americans, without requiring government intervention.

But, as the ACA’s success has come under scrutiny, Trump has made some key changes to the law that have raised concerns about its long-term viability and potential to fail.

Here’s a look at some of the more contentious parts of the ACA, and how the law could be altered in the future.1.

The new health care law requires a tax credit for people who don’t have insurance.

The ACA does not mandate a tax credits for the poor or people with pre-existing conditions, and a new federal tax credit is not being used to cover the cost of the subsidies.2.

The tax credit will be for a maximum of $6,500 for an individual and $10,000 for a family.

In 2020, the credit will increase to $12,000 and $20,000, respectively.3.

The federal government will cover 90% of the cost for the new tax credits.4.

Premiums will increase by $1,600 for individuals and $2,200 for families.5.

The law’s Medicaid expansion is only available to those earning up to 138% of poverty, which is the federal poverty line for an adult male.6.

The maximum amount that people who get Medicaid under the ACA can receive is $4,000 per year.7.

There are a total of six different states that have opted out of the Medicaid expansion, with New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Delaware having opted out.8.

Some states that expanded Medicaid will be able to keep it.

States that expanded it are Maine, Vermont, Maryland, New Jersey, and Rhode Island.9.

The expansion will be available to all adults earning up or above $85,000.10.

The Medicaid expansion has been extended to people earning up a family income of up to $95,000; people earning less than that are eligible for the ACA subsidies.11.

The first phase of premium subsidies will be in effect in 2021, and there will be a second phase of subsidies in 2022.12.

The number of insurers participating in the ACA marketplaces will increase from 535 to 690.13.

The government will provide subsidies for people with incomes up to about $30,000 a year to help them purchase insurance through the ACA exchanges.14.

The insurance subsidies will also be used to offset costs for people receiving health care through Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program, Medicare and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as food stamps).15.

The IRS will not be using the ACA subsidy for federal income tax purposes.16.

The cost of insurance premiums for people aged 50 or older will increase.17.

The administration will allow people to opt out of some ACA subsidies, such as the $6.2 billion tax credit that was previously available for some people who earned less than $50,000 in 2020.18.

Premium subsidies will increase for people under age 65 and those with incomes below about $25,000 annually.19.

The health insurance subsidy for the individual market will also increase from $5,500 to $10 the next year, with premium subsidies for the group market going up from $10 to $14 a year.20.

Insurers that are not participating in premium subsidies in 2019 will be subject to a penalty of up $100 for each year of missed payments.21.

There will be two tax brackets for tax year 2020, with one of them $11,000 or less.22.

The 2018 tax brackets will remain at seven brackets.23.

The penalty for tax years 2018 through 2020 will be $3,000 ($5,000 after 2019).24.

The Trump administration is considering an additional tax on employers that don’t provide health insurance.25.

Insurance companies will be allowed to charge extra rates on top of their existing premiums for enrollees with pre the ACA.26.

Premium taxes will increase over time, to $2 per $1 increase in the tax rate for 2018, $2.25 per $2 increase in 2019 and $3 per $3 increase in 2020, and to $3.50 per $5 increase in 2021.27.

Insurer premiums will increase at the same rate as employers.28.

The Congressional Budget Office estimates that the ACA will raise $6 trillion over 10 years.29. The

How to handle the fallout from Mike Ditka’s death

FALLOUT: Mike Ditska dies at age 89.

NFL: Mike “The Boss” Ditsko is gone.

Mike Datska’s passing leaves the NFL in a state of mourning.

NFL fans will mourn the passing of the greatest player in league history.

NFL star Mike Dittks is in a hospital with multiple fractures in his back.

The league has hired a special committee to investigate the incident and the fallout.

NFL players will be briefed on what happened in the moments leading up to Ditskas death.

The news comes as a shock to the NFL’s fan base.

Some players were already in mourning, and some players and coaches have already said that Ditskias death will not change how the league approaches players and their families.

How will this impact the NFL?

NFL players are expected to report to training camp on Monday.

They will not be allowed to speak to the media or interact with fans until they are allowed to do so.

It is not clear when Ditskas death will be announced.

How many players will play?

The league announced Tuesday that the roster is set to include 17 players.

Of those, five will be quarterbacks, four will be running backs and one will be a wide receiver.

The remaining players will include two defensive backs, one tight end, one offensive lineman and one linebacker.

Where will the rest of the roster be?

The NFL announced that the remaining players on the active roster will be placed on injured reserve, meaning they will not play in 2017.

They include: QB Andrew Luck (calf), WR Marvin Jones (knee), RB Andre Ellington (foot), WR Devin Funchess (knees), LB Kevin Minter (concussion), DE Ndamukong Suh (kleen) and DT Sheldon Richardson (ankle).

What happens to players on IR?

There will be no changes to the active rosters, according to a source.

Players on IR will not return to practice, participate in games or participate in any organized team activities.

It will be up to the league to determine when to allow players back into the league.

Will the NFL allow players on injured reserves to participate in organized team and football activities?

No, the league said.

What does this mean for the upcoming season?

The most important part of the NFL season will not happen until the league decides to allow injured players to return to the field.

The NFL has not made a decision on when it will allow injured veterans to play again, so there is no clear timeline for when that decision will be made.

In addition to Ditks passing, the NFL has had an ongoing internal investigation into the incident.

What happened on the field?

The following are some of the major events that led to Ditschkas death: In the final minutes of the game, the Chicago Bears defensive lineman was hit with a helmet-to-helmet hit by an Arizona Cardinals player who was celebrating a sack of the Miami Dolphins quarterback.

Ditschka sustained multiple concussions, including one that killed him.

The incident prompted the NFL to ban the Arizona Cardinals and New Orleans Saints from their games in Arizona.

That suspension was upheld by the league on Wednesday, when the league announced that it would be suspending the Saints and the Arizona franchise for a period of two seasons.

On Sunday, Ditkas mother, Linda, spoke out against the NFL.

She said Ditsks death was a result of an NFL team and owner trying to protect their image and keep it that way.

What was the focus of the investigation?

The investigation began when the NFL and its union came under scrutiny after an investigation by the National Concussion Research Institute (NCRI) found that players on teams with a history of concussions were still receiving payments to perform in organized teams and football practices.

In the investigation, NCRI found that at least four NFL players and one former player had received payments for their participation in these practices.

What other players were involved in the investigation and how did they get paid?

In addition, the investigation uncovered that at the time of Ditschks death, the Bears and the Saints were in negotiations to pay Ditschks family $100,000.

The two teams also reached an agreement to pay the family $150,000 for the funeral.

NFL owners have not yet made a public announcement regarding the decision to ban Ditschkes funeral and have not been clear about the decision.

Will Ditskanas death affect the future of the league?

The impact of Ditskjans death will probably have little impact on the league as it continues to rebuild after the 2015 season.

While the NFL does not have a ban on any individual players, it does have a collective bargaining agreement that prohibits the league from doing so.

The union that represents players on NFL teams does not support the ban on players who are deceased.

Will it affect the NFL playoff race?

The season will be determined by the number of games the