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Log Cabin Spox Celebrates Anti-LGBTQ Uganda Law

First, a reminder about yesterday’s news: Uganda’s parliament on Tuesday passed a law that criminalises identifying as LGBTQ, handing authorities broad powers to target Ugandans who already face legal discrimination and mob violence. More than 30 African countries, including Uganda, already ban same-sex relations. The new law appears to be the first to outlaw merely identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, …

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CO Student Sought After Shooting Two School Officials

CBS News reports: A male student shot two school administrators at a high school in Denver on Wednesday, and the victims were taken to area hospitals, officials said. Denver Police Chief Ron Thomas said the student fled the scene after the shooting. One victim was in critical condition and one was in serious but stable condition, Thomas said. The two …

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Catholic School Teacher Arrested On Child Sex Charges

The Quad City Times reports: Cody LaKose faces a felony charge of sexual exploitation by a school employee and three aggravated misdemeanor charges of sexual exploitation by a school employee. LaKose, 37, was a science teacher and coach at Central DeWitt from August 2010 to December 2018. He was asked to resign, according to a separation agreement with the district. …

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No Trump Indictment Today: Grand Jury Won’t Meet

The New York Times reports: The Manhattan grand jury that has been hearing evidence about Donald J. Trump’s involvement with a hush-money payment to a porn star will not meet on Wednesday, according to two people with knowledge of the matter, suggesting that any indictment of the former president would come Thursday at the earliest. Criminal charges against Mr. Trump …

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Disney To Defy DeSantis With Major LGBTQ Conference

The Miami Herald reports: The Walt Disney Company will host a major conference promoting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights in the workplace in Central Florida this September, gathering executives and professionals from the world’s largest companies in a defiant display of the limits of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ campaign against diversity training. Michael Chamberlain, chief marketing officer for Out …

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Australian State Raises Trans Flag After Nazi Rally

Australia’s News Corp affiliate reports: Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has revealed his government will fly the transgender flag outside its offices in response to rallies against members of the LGBTQIA+ community. An anti-transgender rally held in Melbourne on the weekend has sparked fierce criticism after members of neo-Nazi group performed the Nazi salute. Counter protesters clashed with the demonstrators who …

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Gaetz: DeSantis Should “Stop Extradition” Of Trump

“If I were governor of Florida, I would not allow any Floridian to be hauled before some George Soros-backed prosecutor in some blue city over politics. And I wouldn’t make an exception to not protect the president of the United States. “Ron DeSantis should be standing in the breach to stop any sort of extradition of President Trump from the …

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Lawsuit Seeks To Block Wyoming’s Abortion Pills Ban

The Associated Press reports: Abortion-rights supporters filed an amended lawsuit Tuesday seeking to block Wyoming’s new abortion pill ban from taking effect. A group hoping to open what would be the state’s second clinic offering abortions filed the amended lawsuit days after Republican Gov. Mark Gordon signed what is the nation’s first explicit ban on abortion pills. Absent court intervention, …

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“Canceled” Newsmax Signs Deal To Return To DirecTV

CNBC reports: DirecTV said Wednesday it reached a deal with Newsmax Media to once again carry the right wing network in its satellite-TV and streaming packages. DirecTV had not carried Newsmax on its services since late January, when carriage negotiations broke down between the two companies. Newsmax had earlier alleged at the core of the dispute was “political discrimination,” with …

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