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A Runaway Slave, an Anti-Slavery Party, and the first Republican Primaries – American Minute with Bill Federer

By the time of the Civil War, the slave population in the United States had grown to four million. The two major political parties in...

Ohio House to Override Republican Gov. Veto on Banning Gender Procedures for Children

The Republican-led Ohio state House voted on Wednesday to override Governor Mike DeWine’s veto of a bill that would ban gender procedures for minors and prevent boys from competing in girls’ sports.

Gov. DeSantis Proposes Legislation Against ‘Woke’ ESG Banking

ESG is "a direct threat to the American economy and individual economic freedom" and an "attempt by the corporate elite to discriminate against those who do not follow a particular ideological agenda will be outlawed in Florida."

Illinois Bans Semiautomatic Guns Carrying Over 10 Rounds

After approval from both the House and Senate, the state of Illinois passed a gun law banning long guns carrying 10 rounds, and handguns carrying 15 rounds.

West Virginia Senator Expresses ‘Discomfort With Democratic Party Values,’ Becomes Republican

West Virginia Senator Glenn Jeffries announced his new party affiliation due to his concern with the direction of the Democratic party.

Florida Could Change Law Requiring Candidates to Resign from Office While Running for Another Position

The potential change comes as DeSantis is expected by some to announce his run for president.

MAGA Sweeps New Hampshire

President Trump "didn't endorse in any of these races. That shows that even without Trump's involvement, the energy within the Republican Party is squarely against the establishment," Axios reports.

Indiana: First State to Approve Abortion After Roe v. Wade

Indiana on Friday became the first state in the nation to approve abortion restrictions since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, as the Republican governor quickly signed a near-total ban on the procedure shortly after lawmakers approved it.

Dems Move to Make Abortion Constitutional Right in California

California’s Democratic lawmakers announced this week their intent to expand abortion access across the state by classifying it as a “fundamental right” through an amendment in the state constitution.

Kansas Gov. Shoots Down Bill Banning Trans Athletes

Democratic Kansas Governor Laura Kelly vetoed two Republican state congressional bills Friday: one that proposed a ban on transgender athletes in girls’ sports and another that would allow parents to challenge Kansas public education curriculum.

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