Minnesota’s First Cannabis Regulator Resigns After One Day

Minnesota's first "cannabis regulator" has resigned after allegations she sold illegal products through her company.

Texas Mayor Blames Biden For Border Crisis

Eagle Pass, Texas Mayor Rolando Salinas blamed President Joe Biden for the influx of illegal immigrants flooding the United States border.

California Becomes First State To Recognize August as ‘Transgender History Month’

California is the first state in the nation to label August as “Transgender History Month."

U.S. Border Sees Record-High Migrant Family Crossings in August

Border Patrol made 177,000 arrests in August, a steep increase from 132,652 in July and 99,539 in June.

Climate Activists Ask People To Turn Off Lights, Close Blinds To Stop ‘1 Billion Birds’ From Dying Flying Into Windows

A climate activist from Baltimore, Maryland, is asking citizens to make their city "bird safe" to prevent birds from flying into closed windows.

U.S. Appeals Court Sets Limitations on Abortion Pill

In a recent ruling by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals based in New Orleans, stricter controls have been placed on the distribution and access of the abortion pill, mifepristone.

Maine Lawmakers Support Bill Allowing 16-Year-Olds To Receive Hormone Therapy Without Parental Consent

Lawmakers in the state of Maine approved a part of legislation that would give 16-and-17-year-olds the ability to undergo hormone therapy for gender transitions without parental consent.

Florida GOP Advance Bills Banning Trans Pronoun Usage and ‘Diversity’ Programs in Educational Institutions

“You see society coming at our children in a culture war that has an agenda to make them confused. We are depriving children of the ability to figure out who they are when we push an agenda, a sexualized agenda, down onto children," said one Florida senator.

Ron DeSantis Presidential PAC To Send Out ‘DeSantis Playbook’ Mailer

The PAC backing Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) will send out "Never Back Down" mailers across Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada.

California Bill Aims to Strengthen Parental Rights Over Child’s Gender Identity

California lawmakers are considering a bill, AB 1314, which would require schools to notify parents within three days if their child requests to be referred to by a name typically associated with the opposite gender or uses a bathroom or locker room designated for the opposite sex.

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