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Topic - April Ryan
State-run health exchanges began Tuesday to share their final Obamacare numbers, with the nation's capital reporting that more than 20 percent of its individual and family enrollments came in the last week alone before Monday's deadline.
A Chicago bishop attending an Easter prayer breakfast at the White House on Wednesday was wearing a hoodie in apparent solidarity with Trayvon Martin, the unarmed black teenager who was fatally shot by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman in Florida.
"Sunday we saw a situation at the White House … where race was involved," Ms. Ryan said, referring to the Confederate flag. "And many persons are saying part of this now has to do with race because the president is indeed an African-American, a black man. Is race a part of this stalemate, this conversation?"
She reported that Mr. Park and QSSI employees celebrated with a champagne toast in the lobby of the QSSI headquarters.