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Left-Wing Groups File Lawsuit to Overturn Iowa LGBTQ Book Ban

Lambda Legal and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Iowa have filed a lawsuit to overturn an Iowa law that prohibits books with sexual LGBTQ content.

NBA Star Launches Faith-Based Sneaker

Jonathan Isaac of the Orlando Magics announced that he created a sneaker that has Bible verses.

New Mexico Republicans Move Forward Plan to Impeach Governor Grisham After Gun Ban Attempt

Republicans in the state of New Mexico are moving forward with impeaching their Democrat governor after an unlawful gun ban.

South Carolina Supreme Court Upholds Six-Week Abortion Ban

The 4-1 majority decision is a notable win for Republicans in the state, following the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade in June 2022.

U.S. Judge Halts Biden’s Asylum Rules, Dealing Blow to Immigration Strategy

In a decisive blow to President Joe Biden's immigration strategy, U.S. District Judge Jon Tigar, based in California, has put a temporary halt on the administration's new asylum rules.

Sen. Tom Cotton Criticizes Target’s DEI Program as Racially Discriminatory, Threatens Legal Action

Senator Cotton's argument is that Target's race-based initiatives, which purportedly aim to increase diversity and inclusion, may actually contravene federal civil rights laws by actively discriminating based on race.

Illegal Immigrant Sentenced to Life in Prison After Raping 9-Year-Old

A 28-year-old illegal immigrant, Gerson Fuentes, has been given a life sentence after raping and impregnating a 9-year-old.

Florida Allows Citizens to Conceal Carry Firearms Without Obtaining Permit

The state of Florida is now allowing American citizens to conceal carry a firearm without first obtaining a permit.

Uganda Signs Anti-LGBTQ Bill Into Law, Incorporates Death Penalty

The U.N. human rights body says they are "appalled."

Supreme Court Rejects Congressional Map Challenge, Gives Republicans Victory

The United States Supreme Court rejected an appeal from a group of Kansas voters who claimed a newly-drawn congressional map discriminated against minorities.

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