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Michigan Becomes First State To Repeal ‘Right-To-Work’ Law In Decades

Michigan became the first state in decades to repeal its “right-to-work” law when Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) signed legislation on Friday to rescind it.

Outbreak Linked to Eyedrops Leaves 68 Infected, 8 Blind and 3 Dead, CDC Says

U.S. officials are reporting two more deaths and additional cases of vision loss linked to eyedrops tainted with a drug-resistant bacteria.

Amazon Says It Will Lay off Another 9,000 Workers

Amazon CEO Andy Jassy announced Monday that the company will be laying off another 9,000 employees, marking the second round of significant layoffs this year.

Ohio AG Sues Norfolk Southern for ‘Glaring Negligence’ Following Train Derailment

Ohio is suing Norfolk Southern in federal court for “recklessly endangering” the health of residents in East Palestine, Ohio, and the surrounding area after a train derailment in the state last month sparked a public health and environmental emergency.

Former VP Mike Pence Says ‘History Will Hold Trump Accountable’ Over Jan. 6 Events

Former Vice President Mike Pence said late Saturday that “history will hold Donald Trump accountable” for the events of Jan. 6, 2021.

Meta Looking Into New Social Media Platform Similar To Twitter

Meta, Facebook’s parent company, is looking into a new social media platform that could potentially rival Twitter, as the company remains in turmoil under CEO Elon Musk’s leadership.

Three Texas Women Sued for Wrongful Death After Helping Woman Obtain Abortion Pills

Three women in Texas have been sued for wrongful death over allegations that they helped a friend obtain abortion pills to receive an abortion.

Why the FEC and the Left Want to Control Social Media: To Silence Dissent

The left controls much of the mainstream media in our country; the left controls most of Hollywood; the left controls most of academia, and most of the vast federal bureaucracy.

Pence Further Hints At 2024 Decision

Former Vice President Mike Pence hinted once again on Saturday that his decision on a potential 2024 presidential bid is imminent.

America Desperately Needs a Bipartisan Pandemic Post-Mortem

Two important reviews were recently released, both casting serious doubts on the scientific basis for many policies rolled out during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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