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Midday open thread: Early voting underway; utilities backing tricksy solar law in Florida

Thirty-four days remain until the election. Click here to make sure you're registered to vote. And while you're at it, make sure your family and friends are registered, too. Today’s comic by Matt Bors is Trump's tweet storm:  • Newspaper endorsements are said not to be worth what they once worth. Nonetheless, here’s a running list from Mother Jones of who the largest circulation papers are endorsing for president.
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