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European meeting of leaders are meeting today in Brussels to consider a proposal for mandatory refugee quotas in response to the ongoing migrant crisis. Last week, it was announced that there’s a need to distribute 160,000 refugees across European. ‘The refugee crisis will not simply go away,’ commission President Jean-Claude Juncker told lawmakers. ‘It is high time to act.’ Today’s meeting comes a day after Germany imposed emergency controls to reduce the flow of migrants entering its borders, this could worsen the crisis and heighten political tensions.
Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, who was held in contempt of court for refusing to grant some marriage licenses, is set to return to work today.
Classes for 53,000 students in Seattle are canceled for a fourth day on Monday as a teachers’ strike continues into its second week. School district officials said Sunday that they have yet to reach an agreement with the Seattle Education Association teachers union, which has taken up issues such as pay raises and teacher evaluations.
We enjoyed cool mornings and evenings over the weekend—We’ll enjoy a cool, refreshing morning and a warm, sunny afternoon today before that muggy feeling returns overnight tonight.