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Larry Elder leads GOP field in race to replace Newsom in recall, poll finds

(LA Times) A new UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies poll co-sponsored by the Los Angeles Times found that among the dozens of candidates in the running to replace Gov. Gavin Newsom, conservative talk radio host Larry Elder leads the race, with many voters still undecided.

California judge: Uber, Lyft not exempt from classifying drivers as employees

A California judge on Friday ruled that a 2020 ballot measure exempting gig companies from for providing benefits for its workers is unconstitutional, the Sacramento Bee reports.

Judge says law banning illegal re-entry into U.S. is ‘racist’

'Disparately' impacts 'Latinx,' Obama appointee claims, despite no 'data'

The Epic v. Google lawsuit finally makes sense

Google pulled every trick it could, an unredacted complaint alleges

FTC accuses Facebook of “buy or bury” scheme in new antitrust complaint

The Federal Trade Commission on Thursday took a second shot at alleging Facebook is an illegal monopoly in a new complaint that accuses the social media company of buying up potential competitors or thwarting their access to the platform.

GOP-led Georgia Election Board takes first step in potential takeover of Fulton County elections

The Republican-controlled Georgia State Election Board has taken a pivotal first step in a process that aims to bolster election security in Fulton County, a heavily Democratic county long perceived to be vulnerable to fraudulent activity.

Arkansas AG Rutledge Claims Critical Race Theory ‘Violates’ Civil Rights Act

Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said in a statement that teaching critical race theory in Arkansas teaches children to judge people based on skin color.

The free speech of Christians in the public square must be protected

According to a coalition of unlikely allies, including Christians, secularists, comedians, and LGBT activists, you are, and have been since 2014. Back then, the coalition successfully campaigned against the criminalization of insulting speech in section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986, which made it an offence to use "threatening, insulting or abusive" words or behaviour.

Supreme Court Blocks New York Eviction Moratorium

Says ban deprives landlords without due process

Christian teacher who quit over ‘equity’ policies attributes courage to ‘walk with the Lord’

A Christian teacher who resigned in protest of her school district’s curriculum said it was “by the grace of God” that she found the courage to take a stand.

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