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Supreme Courts in Texas, Ohio Block Efforts to Reinstate Access to Abortions

Texas’s and Ohio’s Supreme Courts have given the go-ahead for the states to enforce their respective state laws that ban abortion, blocking efforts that barred the laws from taking effect, coming after the U.S. Supreme Court last week overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling.

Summers: Risk of Recession in 2022 Is ‘Significantly Higher’ Than It Was Six, Nine Weeks Ago

Larry Summers stated that the risk of a recession this year “are significantly higher than I would have judged six or nine weeks ago.”

North Dakota Rules on Bill Gates’ Farmland Purchase of Over 2,100 Acres

North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley authorized billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates’ purchase of large swathes of the state’s farmland Tuesday.

Man Charged With Making Terroristic Threat Toward Supreme Court, Gets Released One Day Later

A Texas man who allegedly threatened the Supreme Court after it overturned the Roe v. Wade ruling was set free on bail one day after he was charged with making a terroristic threat.

Nailing her colors: AOC appears to compare getting her nails done to abortions after Roe reversal

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez seemingly painted a colorful link between getting her nails done and the overturn of Roe v. Wade in her latest Instagram post.

One-Third Have Changed Fourth of July Plans Due to High Gas Prices

One-third of Americans have changed their Fourth of July plans due to high gas prices, an Emerson College Poll released Friday found.

Democrats in Arizona back crude July Fourth event: ‘[Expletive] the 4th’

While many people will celebrate America's independence with cookouts and fireworks, the Tucson Women’s March will host a "F*** the 4th" event.

Patricia Heaton Hires Armed Security for Crisis Pregnancy Center, Slams Elizabeth Warren

Patricia Heaton took to social media with choice words for U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren after her crisis pregnancy center had to hire armed security amid a rise in attacks targeting similar facilities across the country.

GOP Gov. Hutchinson Considering 2024 Presidential Run, Says Trump Is ‘Risk to the Nation’

GOP Gov. Hutchinson considering 2024 presidential run, says Trump is 'risk to the nation'

Ohio Supreme Court Keeps Six-Week Abortion Ban After Denying Emergency Request

On Friday, the state court denied a request motion by abortion clinics for an emergency stay on the measure that was enacted in 2019, which would have temporarily restored access to abortion services while the lawsuit proceeds.

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