Jillian Weinberger is a producer for The Takeaway through a partnership with The Center for Investigative Reporting. At The Takeaway, Jillian produces stories on national and international affairs, law and justice, politics, and the arts. She also helps plans the show's future news calendar and produces live coverage during breaking news events. In 2013, she received fellowships from the International Center for Journalists and Loyola Law School's Journalist Law School in Los Angeles. Originally from Cleveland, Jillian holds a B.A. from Wesleyan University and lives in San Francisco.
"It's time for you to leave our community, go home to your families," Sheriff David Ward said. "You said you were here to help the citizens of Harney County. That help ended when that protest became an armed occupation."
Attempted murders, bombings, arson and other violence are common at abortion clinics in the US.
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There's Trump's wall. The 'new Iron Curtain' in Hungary. But do such walls really keep out migrants and refugees?