Republican congressman Rep. Chip Roy of Texas introduced an amendment to Democrats’ same-sex “marriage” bill, the “Respect for Marriage Act” (RMA), in a final bid to protect religious liberty before a vote in the House next week.
U.S. Senate voted Wednesday to advance the so-called Respect for Marriage Act (H.r. 8404), which "provides statutory authority for same-sex and interracial marriages” and revokes provisions that define marriage as between a man and a woman.
It was revealed only days ago that the departments of State and Homeland Security had a program during the 2020 elections through which federal officials could tell a private consortium which messages they didn't like, and the consortium members then would lobby social media to censor those.
A California legislative committee is currently considering a bill that would make California a sanctuary state for children throughout the country otherwise forbidden to receive transgender treatment and surgery in their home states.