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Fox Host: Yes, Nazis Were At CPAC, One Confronted Me

“There are people who got into the hotel. It’s a massive hotel. One was wearing a Klan shirt or uniform and was arrested, was handcuffed and removed. There were Nick Fuentes people. They look like little teenagers. They come in and it’s hard to catch them. One of them confronted me. “At the Young Republican mixer Friday evening, a group …

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Wasserman-Schultz Calls For Ousting “Super-Spreader” Florida Surgeon General As Measles Outbreak Widens

Miami’s NBC affiliate reports: Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz held a press conference on school safety measures Tuesday and called for the replacement of Florida’s surgeon general — as the measles outbreak in South Florida continues to expand. She called for the termination of Dr. Joseph Ladapo and for Governor DeSantis to replace him with a public health expert, following the …

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Reporter: I Was Harassed By Nazis Attending CPAC

Amanda Moore writes for The Nation: On February 23, the third day of the CPAC, Ryan Sanchez, who had been kicked out of the US Marine Corps for his involvement with white nationalists, saddled up to me at the Gaylord National Resort Hotel and Convention Center. After I’d been barred from CPAC the day prior, I had turned a table …

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Alabama GOP Bill Would Define “Male” And “Female”

The Birmingham News reports: Alabama soon could legally define what makes someone a man or a woman. “We feel that it needs to be defined because not everyone has the same version of the meaning anymore,” said Rep. Susan DuBose, who sponsored HB111. Bills in both the state House and Senate seek to define the terms “male,” “female,” “boy”, and …

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TN House Approves Ban On Pride Flags In Schools

The Associated Press reports: A bill that would largely ban displaying pride flags in public school classrooms was passed by the GOP-led Tennessee House on Monday after Republicans cut a heated debate short. The 70-24 vote sends the legislation to the Senate, where a final vote could happen as early as this week. The motion to cut off debate prompted …

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Feds Fine Family Dollar $41 Million For Rat Infestations

NBC News reports: Family Dollar Stores was this week ordered to pay $41.6 million for using a rodent-infested warehouse to distribute food, cosmetics and medical devices to more than 400 stores across the South. The largest criminal penalty of its kind comes after a U.S. Food and Drug Administration investigation found “live rodents, dead and decaying rodents, rodent feces, urine, …

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Macy’s To Shutter 150 Stores Over Next Three Years

CBS News reports: Macy’s on Tuesday said it plans to close roughly 150 underperforming stores over the next three years, the struggling retailer’s latest effort to energize its business as it seeks to fend off a proposed takeover by activist investors. The department store chain said it plans to focus on expanding its luxury brands, Bloomingdale’s and Bluemercury. Macy’s will …

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FL Bill To Cap THC In Legal Weed Dies In Committee

Florida Politics reports: An effort to cap THC levels in marijuana if Florida voters legal it for adult personal use is dead this Legislative Session. The Senate Health Policy Committee bill (SB 7050) emerged earlier this month in the upper chamber. The effort had moved out of its first stop on a 7-3 vote. Just as that committee declined to …

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Trump Pays New York Times $400,000 In Failed Lawsuit

The Daily Beast reports: Donald Trump has paid almost $400,000 to The New York Times to cover the newspaper’s legal costs in his failed lawsuit against the publication and its reporters over the disclosure of his tax records in a 2018 article. A judge last month ordered the former president to pay up after his case was dismissed in May …

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