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DeSantis Appointees Fire President Of Florida College

Florida Politics reports: New College of Florida President Patricia Okker was fired today without cause at a Board of Trustees meeting. “I understand that there is a new mandate for this college,” Okker said. At the trustee meeting, Okker slammed the new direction being pushed for the college. “I’m going to say publicly. I do not believe that students are …

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Trump Issues Sweeping Attack On Transgender Rights

NBC News reports: Former President Donald Trump vowed in a video released Tuesday that, if re-elected, he would punish doctors who provide gender-affirming care to minors and push schools to “promote positive education about the nuclear family” and “the roles of mothers and fathers” as part of a wide-ranging set of policies to use federal power to target transgender people. …

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House Votes To Block Vax Mandate At Health Facilities

The Hill reports: The measure, introduced by Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-S.C.), calls for stopping the Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary from enforcing workplace regulations and standards enacted during the COVID-19 pandemic — including the vaccine mandate — at Medicare and Medicaid-certified facilities. The legislation, titled The Freedom for Health Care Workers Act, passed in a 227-203 vote, with seven …

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Failed CA Gov Candidate Larry Elder Floats WH Bid

This can’t be anything but a money grift: Larry Elder is setting his sights on something bigger after losing in his bid to be governor of California; he might be running for President of the United States. During a recent appearance on the SiriusXM radio program The Megyn Kelly Show, Elder revealed the news. “if I decide to run, I’m …

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Schlapp Accuser Sues Vaseline Woman’s Head Operative

Politico reports: The Republican staffer who accused conservative stalwart Matt Schlapp of sexual assault and filed a lawsuit against him for nearly $10 million has filed a separate suit against another top GOP operative alleging defamation. Caroline Wren, who most recently ran Harmeet Dhillon’s campaign for RNC chair and Kari Lake’s run for governor, was sued Tuesday in D.C.’s federal …

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Iowa Bill Would Make Providing Abortion Pills A Felony

Iowa Starting Line reports: Iowa House Republicans would make it a felony to “manufacture, distribute, prescribe, dispense, sell or transfer” abortion drugs in Iowa. Despite abortion being legal in Iowa until the 20th week of pregnancy, the bill would make it a crime for someone to provide the most common method of abortion in the country. The penalty would mean …

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New York AG Seeks Sanctions For Trump’s Stupid Lies

Bloomberg News reports: New York’s attorney general said she will seek sanctions against former President Donald Trump, his three oldest children and their lawyers for making “demonstrably false” denials in response to the state’s $250 million fraud suit. Attorney General Letitia James said Tuesday in a letter to the court that the Trumps’ formal answer to the state’s suit was …

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House GOP Disbands Subcommittee On Civil Rights

The Hill reports: The Republican-controlled House Oversight and Accountability Committee has disbanded the Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, which focused on issues including voting rights, freedom of assembly and criminal justice reform policies. In a committee meeting on Tuesday, Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) said this doesn’t mean topics related to these issues can’t be brought before the committee. …

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Alec Baldwin Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter

The New York Times report: The actor Alec Baldwin and the armorer on the film “Rust” were charged on Tuesday with involuntary manslaughter in the fatal shooting of the movie’s cinematographer, according to court papers filed in the First Judicial District Court in New Mexico. “This reckless deviation from known standards and practice and protocol directly caused the fatal shooting,” …

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New Questions On Santos’ Expenses In South Beach

The Miami Herald reports: The managing partner of a diner where the campaign reported spending more than $200 over back-to-back days said he had no receipts matching items on the campaign reports. A $199.99 stay at the high-end W South Beach hotel — where room rates are typically more than $700 per night — was flagged as improbable, “barring some …

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