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The pro-Affordable Care Act group Save My Care is launching a new round of ads against vulnerable Republican incumbents who voted for the House replacement bill, including web ads, mobile billboards and Spanish-language digital and radio ads, according to details provided to Axios. The targets include:

  • Reps. Jim Renacci, Bruce Poliquin, Martha McSally, Mark Amodei (homepage takeovers — ads dominating the homepages of news websites)
  • McSally, Amodei and Renacci, plus House Speaker Paul Ryan (mobile billboards)
  • Jeff Denham, McSally and Amodei (Spanish-language ads)
  • Pat Tiberi, Steve Chabot, and Renacci (TV ads — previously announced)

Why it matters: The constant trolling shows the protests against the House vote aren't disappearing. And the messages aren't subtle — the mobile billboard in Renacci's district claims he "just voted to rip health care away from 654,000 Ohioans."

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The state of play: Trump returned to the podium approximately ten minutes later and informed reporters of the news. He said the suspect has been taken to the hospital, but was unable to provide more details and said Secret Service may give a briefing later. The president praised the Secret Services agents, saying they do a "fantastic job" and he feels "very safe" with their protection.

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Five states set new highs last week for coronavirus infections recorded in a single day, according to the COVID Tracking Project and state health departments. Only one state — North Dakota — surpassed a record set the previous week.

Why it matters: This is the lowest number of states to see dramatic single-day increases since Axios began tracking weekly highs in June, and marks a continued decrease from late July.