Monthly Archives: September 2022

KY AG Cameron Files Brief Defending Pro-Life Legislation

FRANKFORT, Ky. (LEX 18) – Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron today filed a brief with the Kentucky Supreme Court defending the Human Life Protection Act and the Beatings Act. heart of Kentucky. Her case argues that the Kentucky General Assembly has the ability to ban all abortions and that both …

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Apple is the main funder of a lobby group that claims to represent small developers

Apple is providing more than half of the funding for a lobby group that claims to represent small app developers, according to a Bloomberg article published today. Apple is not a member of the so-called App Association, but “plays a dominant behind-the-scenes role in shaping the group’s political positions, according …

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US Azerbaijanis Appeal to Congress Over Nancy Pelosi’s Unacceptable Statements

BAKU, Azerbaijan, September 19. Board members of the Coordinating Council of Azerbaijanis in America (ACCA) appealed to US official bodies due to the visit of Congresswoman Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Armenia, the Committee said. of State for work with the Azerbaijani Diaspora at Trend. According to the appeal, Pelosi’s visit …

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Kemp touches on abortion issue in speech to pro-life group

Gov. Brian Kemp mostly stuck to his campaign script Thursday morning as he delivered a speech at the Family Research Council’s 2022 Pray Vote Stand for Life Summit in Atlanta, which was long on his past accomplishments but short on the abortion policies he would pursue if re-elected. Founded in …

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Abortion Legislation Longest in Memory – Indianapolis Business Journal

The intent of this column is to give readers a look at the results of Indiana’s abortion law from a doctor’s perspective; it’s not about taking a stand on the pro-life, pro-choice debate. This legislation is considered one of the most restrictive in the country because it prohibits abortion from …

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Mary Peltola is sworn in as the first Alaska Native in Congress

She launched into her new life around noon Friday last week, flying from western Alaska to Anchorage, where she hopped on another plane around 3 a.m. Saturday, then rushed through Seattle airport for its connecting flight to DC, and a seat in the US House of Representatives – an exciting …

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Treasurer Sarah Godlewski launches group to overthrow anti-abortion rights senator Ron Johnson

The state treasurer will also use her political action committee to help half a dozen Democratic women run for office. Saying Wisconsin women must be “holistic” to preserve and restore their reproductive health rights, state treasurer Sarah Godlewski said Thursday she has created a political action committee that will work …

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Reviews | Congress cannot legislate abortion. Both Schumer and Graham are wrong.

John Yoo is a professor of law at the University of California, Berkeley, a nonresident senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and a visiting scholar at the Hoover Institution. Last spring, when the Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade loomed, congressional Democrats made the mistake of attempting to impose …

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Coalition launches seven-figure campaign for ‘green’ ballot measure in New York | New

ALBANY (TNS) — A coalition seeking to pass a pro-environment constitutional amendment in November has launched a seven-figure ad campaign focused on how its passage would benefit New York’s drinking water infrastructure. The group, called Vote Yes for Clean Water & Jobs Coalition, is lobbying for the Environmental Bond Act, …

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Abortion ban legislation adds political challenge for GOP

CONCORD, NH (AP) — Don Bolduc didn’t have much time to celebrate winning the Republican Senate nomination in New Hampshire on Wednesday before he and other swing state GOP candidates were on the defensive. A retired army brigadier conservative, Bolduc insisted during the Republican primary that he would “always fall …

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Marathon Patent Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:MARA) – Review of Marathon Digital Holdings’ Recent Short-Term Interests

Marathon Digital Holdings (NASDAQ:MARA) Short Percent Free Float has fallen 10.24% since its last report. The company recently announced that it has 25.13 million shares sold short, or 21.65% of all common shares available for trading. Based on its trading volume, it would take traders an average of 1.3 days …

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Republicans in Congress introduce bill to restrict abortion nationwide

WASHINGTON — Republican members of the House and Senate on Tuesday introduced a bill banning abortion nationwide after 15 weeks of gestation. “Working closely with leading pro-life groups across the country, we are today introducing legislation banning abortion at a time when unborn children may be in pain,” said Senator …

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Campaign Report — The Final Senate Primary of 2022

New Hampshire Republican candidates for left-leaning U.S. Senate Bruce Fenton, Chuck Morse, Vikram Mansharamani, Kevin Smith and Don Bolduc participate in a debate, Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022, in Henniker, NH Welcome to The Hill campaign report, follow everything related to the 2022 midterm elections. You can expect to receive this …

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Austrac says an investigation is underway into betting company Entain Group

Image by top10-casinosites from Pixabay The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre, the agency responsible for preventing, detecting and responding to criminal abuse of the financial system, has launched an investigation into sports betting and gaming firm Entain Group. In a statement, Austrac said the investigation …

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US Senator Alex Padilla backs legislation to strengthen workers’ right to unionize

California has more than 2.4 million unionized workers, representing 15.9% of state employees. September 11, 2022 – WASHINGTON, DC – Last Friday, U.S. Sen. Alex Padilla (D-Calif.) joined Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) to reintroduce the National Right to Organize Act, legislation that would support the …

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Sri Lankan trade unions stage fake campaign against state repression

Sri Lanka’s Trade Union and Mass Organization (TUMO) invited opposition political parties and key diplomats, including from the UK, Canada and Australia, to a seminar in Colombo last month to pressure on the government of President Ranil Wickremesinghe to end its repressive actions. Meeting of mixed unions and mass organizations. …

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The group protests President Biden at Intel’s groundbreaking ceremony

Protesters lined Beech Road in New Albany as the presidential motorcade made its way to Intel Corporation’s groundbreaking ceremony on Friday morning. About 40 people showed up for the informal protest, including several members of the Proud Boys. People displayed a mix of anti-Joe Biden and pro-Donald Trump flags and …

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Iranian terrorists will receive billions of dollars before Congress can consider new nuclear deal

Iran will have immediate access to billions of dollars in cash the day a new nuclear deal is signed, money that will go to Tehran’s main terrorist organizations before Congress has a chance to review the deal. agreement, former senior US officials and experts told the Free Washington Beacon. Sanctioned …

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Congress’s Child Online Safety Act puts children at risk with vague language

from will-it-protect-or-harm-the-children? department The Children’s Online Safety Act (KOSA) was voted out of committee with a long list of amendments. Supporters had warned of some serious unintended consequences that could arise from this bill, the most concerning of which was forcing tech companies to take LGBTQ+ minors out of their …

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Human Rights Campaign Endorses Trudy Busch Valentine for US Senate

City of Jefferson, MISSOURI — Today, the Human Rights Campaign PAC (HRC PAC) announced its support for Trudy Busch Valentine of Missouri for the United States Senate. HRC PAC is committed to engaging our volunteers, members, and supporters to mobilize more than 400,000 equality voters in Missouri in favor of …

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Hong Kong’s Tiananmen Vigil Group Was Simply Exercising Free Speech, Court Hears National Security Case

The Hong Kong group that organized the Tiananmen Vigils was exercising a constitutionally protected right to free speech when it declared its five goals and they did not violate national security law, a said a lawyer for one of its former executives. Chow Hang-tung, former vice president of the Hong …

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2022 Gujarat Assembly Elections | BJP and Congress clash to woo OBC voters

For two weeks now, Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel has been holding a daily convention of a sub-group of an OBC community with the aim of wooing smaller communities ahead of the state assembly elections. He has so far organized the convention for more than a dozen sub-castes belonging to …

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Dunleavy accused of using public funds to pay campaign staff and breaking campaign finance rules

Governor Mike Dunleavy answers the phone about awaiting election results at Dunleavy Headquarters on Fairbanks Street on August 16, 2022. (Mizelle Mayo/Alaska Public Media) A nonpartisan watchdog group said Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s re-election campaign was coordinating with a super PAC working to get him elected. The Alaska Public Research …

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“Elbit is guilty, we are not”: the founders of the Palestine group face 38 years in prison

A demonstration by Action Palestine against Israel’s weapons factory in Shenstone. (Photo: via Palestine Action’s TW page) Eight members of the UK-based organization Palestine Action face up to 38 years in prison next month for taking action against Israeli-owned arms factories, the group said in a statement quoted by the …

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Biden leans on Pennsylvania as campaign season kicks into full gear | Elections

When President Joe Biden touches down in Pittsburgh on Monday to celebrate “the dignity of working Americans,” where he is about to take part in one of the largest and oldest Labor Day parades in the country, he will have visited the Pennsylvania three times in just one week. Last …

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Look beyond religion in 2023, group urges Nigerians

A pro Igbo group, Ogbako Umuanwanyi Igbo Worldwid, has urged the electorate to look beyond ethics and religion to elect Nigeria’s next president in 2023. The group stressed that instead of heeding religious and ethnic sentiments, voters should vote for one of the presidential candidates with the ability to end …

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Anita Katyal | Why Hemant stays; few takers for Tharoor as President of Congress

Few are excited about Shashi Tharoor’s plan to run for party chairman Although he puts on a brave face, Congress has yet to accept Ghulam Nabi Azad’s decision to quit the party and the explosive content of his five-page resignation letter. Party leaders were tasked with verifying whether Mr. Azad …

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Crist and DeSantis campaign websites offer windows into past promises and current policies | Policy

MIAMI — Gov. Ron DeSantis and former U.S. Representative Charlie Crist don’t have much in common, but they do have this: Both have campaigned for governor before. At least once before this year’s gubernatorial race, each man circulated a list of priorities to voters on a campaign website – RondDeSantis.com …

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GAUCHO GROUP HOLDINGS, INC. : Unregistered Sale of Equity Securities, Change of Directors or Principal Officers, Submission of Questions to a Vote of Security Holders, Disclosure of Regulation FD, Financial Statements and Exhibits (Form 8-K)

Item 3.02 Unregistered Sale of Equity securities Conversion of promissory notes issued under a private placement Of July 13, 2022 through August 30, 2022the Company has issued convertible promissory notes to certain investors (the “Investor Notes”) for an aggregate amount of $1,531,500. Pursuant to the terms of the Investor Notes, …

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Biden marks Labor Day by calling on Congress to pass PRO law

In his Labor Day Proclamation on Friday, President Joe Biden called on Congress to “finally” pass the Protecting the Right to Organize Act, which would expand labor protections to make it easier for American workers to organize — including app-based gig workers. “I believe every worker should have the free …

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Newsom’s first campaign for leadership | Thomas Elias | national news

As we head into September, it looks like the presidential campaign is starting in earnest. Oops! Looks like this statement is two years ahead of schedule. Where is it? Gov. Gavin Newsom, who won 56% of the vote in the June primaries, still needs further ratification at the polls, where …

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