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Kamala Harris calls for regulating Facebook, health care for those in U.S. illegally

FOXNews.com Sunday, 12 May 2019
Democratic presidential hopeful Kamala Harris pushed for executive action to enact stricter gun control, regulating Facebook, and health care for those in the United States illegally during a wide-ranging conversation that aired Sunday morning on CNN's "State of the Union."
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California Senator Kamala Harris, one of the (innumerable) Democrats eyeing the White House in a 2020 presidential bid, has joined Massachusetts senator and fellow candidate Elizabeth Warren in calling for antitrust authorities to look at a possible breakup of Facebook.

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