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Liberals Accuse Biden of Not Doing Enough to Protect Abortion Rights

Many on the left have turned on President Biden, saying he is not doing enough to defend abortion rights amid the potential overturn of Roe vs. Wade.

Missouri State Senate Votes to Pass Bill Requiring Voters Show ID at Polls

Missouri State Senate voted Monday to pass legislation requiring a photo ID in order to vote.

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Funding $500k for Abortions

Democratic Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Chicago will be allocating $500,000 in funds for people in neighboring states seeking abortions.

Tennessee’s Republican Gov. Bill Lee Passes Legislation Criminalizing Mailing Abortion Pills

Governor Bill Lee signed a bill into law last week increasing the penalty for distributing abortion pills through mail or telehealth programs.

Navy Chief Takes ‘Woke’ Books Off Reading List

Number of books on the U.S. Navy's Professional Reading Program missing from updated reading list.

Univ. of South Carolina Holds ‘White Student Accountability’ Meeting

The University of South Carolina held a "White Student Accountability Group" meeting for social work students last month.

Biden’s New Press Sec. In Domestic Partnership with CNN Anchor

Karine Jean-Pierre, the new White House press secretary who will be replacing Jen Psaki this month is domestic partners with CNN correspondent Suzanne Malveaux.

Oregon Demands All Schools to Provide Menstrual Products in Boys’ Bathrooms

Public schools in Oregon will soon be required to provide tampons and other feminine products in boys' bathrooms.

Vaxxed, Boosted Sec. of State Antony Blinken Tests Positive For COVID

Fully vaccinated and boosted Secretary of State Antony Blinken has tested positive for COVID after attending Saturday's White House Correspondents' Dinner.

Democratic Lawmaker Criticized For Calling Women ‘Birthing Bodies’

Wisconsin State Rep. Francesca Hong was ridiculed after calling women "birthing bodies" in a tweet following the news of an alleged Supreme Court overturn of Roe v. Wade.

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