Lawyers at Jones Day, a firm that has earned millions working for Trump's 2020 campaign, have individually donated nearly $90,000 to elect Biden and only $50 to Trump, records show. Lawyers at other firms representing Trump or his campaign also heavily favored Biden.
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U.S. agency urges new safeguards following probe into deadly 2019 California boat fire
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