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March 20: Key Points to Note – Presidential Race, Immigration Updates, Potential Government Shutdown, Cybersecurity Concerns, Haiti Situation

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Here are the key updates to start your day:

Presidential race: President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump have accumulated more delegates in Tuesday’s primary contests across Arizona, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, and Ohio.

Businessman Bernie Moreno secured the Republican Senate primary victory in Ohio, endorsed by Trump. This set the stage for a consequential showdown against Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown in November. This primary is a litmus test for Trump’s influence in contested Senate races.

Immigration: A federal appeals court has halted Texas’ controversial immigration law, Senate Bill 4, shortly after the Supreme Court gave it a temporary green light for its enforcement.

This law empowered state officials to detain individuals suspected of entering the country unlawfully, marking a significant development in Texas’ immigration policy clash with the Biden administration.

Government shutdown: Congressional leaders have formally agreed to fund the government through the fiscal year. House Speaker Mike Johnson announced the deal, emphasizing the need to release the legislation’s text before voting swiftly.

With the deadline looming, conservative factions within the Republican Party and individual members of the narrowly divided Senate could hinder the bill’s passage.

Cyberattacks: Water systems across the United States are grappling with cyberattacks, prompting warnings from the Biden administration urging state governments to bolster their defenses.

The White House and EPA said that water facilities are at risk from cyber-attacks. They stressed the importance of improving security to protect them.

Haiti: A dire situation unfolds in Haiti as hundreds of Americans remain stranded amidst escalating gang violence in Port-au-Prince. Nearly 1,000 Americans have sought assistance from the US government.

Sunrise Airways plans to operate special flights between Cap-Haitien and Miami to facilitate evacuations amid the crisis, exacerbated by widespread criminal activities disrupting essential services and supplies.

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