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KS To Pay ACLU $1.9M Over Kobach’s Racist Voter Law

The Kansas Reflector reports: The Kansas Attorney General’s Office has agreed to pay the American Civil Liberties Union and other attorneys $1.9 million in fees and expenses for a five-year legal battle over an unconstitutional restriction on voter registrations. The high-profile lawsuit was filed 2016 in response to former Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s signature law, which required residents to …

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Newsmax Host Screams At Guest For Dissing Trump

The Hill reports: A Newsmax host on Wednesday screamed at a guest on his program after the guest suggested both President Biden and former President Trump’s administrations are to blame for the crisis in Afghanistan. The guest, Joe Saboe, is an Iraq War veteran and founded Team America, an organization aiming to help Americans, allies of the United States and …

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Erick Erickson: Biden’s Mandates Are Really Meant To Drive Hatred Of Unvaccinated, Help Dems In Midterms

Via email from right wing commentator Erick Erickson: I need to submit a proposition to you. What if Joe Biden’s demands for mandatory vaccines at companies of a hundred people or more is not intended to increase compliance with the vaccination rate, but is rather intended to have the effect everyone said it would, for people to dig in their …

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DeSantis Rakes In Millions From Out-Of-State Donors

The Orlando Sentinel reports: Gov. Ron DeSantis’ political committee is almost $50 million ahead of his major Democratic rivals, and August only brought more big checks from around the country. While DeSantis is doing extremely well with small donations of $25 or less, taking in almost 13,000 such individual contributions, some of his biggest donors are from out of state, …

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Judge Won’t Force KY Hospital To Use Horse Paste

Louisville’s NBC News affiliate reports: A woman’s emergency order request for a Louisville hospital to treat her husband, who is suffering from COVID, with ivermectin, has been denied by a judge. Angela Underwood said in a lawsuit that Norton Brownsboro refused to give the treatment to her husband, Lonnie, without a court order and supervision by a doctor who has …

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De Blasio Readies 1900 Vax Sites For Booster Rollout

The New York Daily News reports: Federal regulators haven’t authorized booster shots of the coronavirus vaccine yet — but Mayor de Blasio is already laying the groundwork for administering them. “We need to be ready to move immediately,” he said at his daily morning briefing. “We are ready.” De Blasio’s plan taps all 1,900 vaccination sites in the five boroughs …

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Obama Endorses Trudeau Ahead Of Canadian Election

CTV News reports: With less then a week until election day, former U.S. president Barack Obama has waded into the fray to bolster the campaign of Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, who he describes as his “friend.” Even after Obama left office, the pair have maintained friendly relations, with the former president visiting Trudeau at an Ottawa brewery for a pint …

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Pope Francis: Humanity Has A Friendship With Vaccines

The Associated Press reports: Pope Francis said Wednesday he didn’t understand why people refuse to take COVID-19 vaccines, saying “humanity has a history of friendship with vaccines,” and that serene discussion about the shots was necessary to help them. Francis noted that children for decades have been vaccinated against measles, mumps and polio “and no one said anything.” “Even in …

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AZ AG Files “Long Shot” Suit Against Biden’s Mandate

Bloomberg News reports: Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich acknowledged that his suit challenging the Biden Administration’s announced Covid-19 vaccine requirements for many U.S. workers is unlikely to succeed because the actual rules haven’t been finalized. “Is it a long shot? Yeah, I recognize that,” Brnovich, a Republican former federal prosecutor who is running for U.S. Senate in 2022, said in …

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CO’s Polis Becomes First Gay Gov To Marry In Office

NPR reports: Colorado Democratic Gov. Jared Polis wed his longtime partner on Wednesday, marking the first same-sex marriage of a sitting United States governor. In 2018, Polis became the first openly gay man ever elected governor in the U.S. A decade earlier, he was the first openly gay man elected to the U.S. House. “Over the course of Jared’s career …

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