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Government funding bill passed by Congress includes millions for Northwest Interior projects

WASHINGTON — After launching the box on the road for six months with stopgap measures, last week Congress finally did its most fundamental job and passed a $1.5 trillion bill to fund the government. federal. The legislation was notable for several reasons, including avoiding a government shutdown and funding President …

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Texas AG Investigating GoFundMe for Dropping $9 Million Canadian Trucker Campaign

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton called GoFundMe’s decision to drop the so-called “Freedom Convoy” campaign a “misleading action.” Paxton is pictured speaking outside the United States Supreme Court in Washington, DC on November 1, 2021. Drew Angerer/Getty Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has announced an investigation into GoFundMe after the …

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Next stop, Toronto? Fringe group say convoy of truckers heading for Queen’s Park

Breadcrumb Links News Canada Toronto police say they are aware of the protest planned for Saturday and will set up an operation Publication date : February 03, 2022 • 1 hour ago • 3 minute read • 67 comments Queen’s Park in Toronto, Ont. Wednesday, February 2, 2022. Ernest Doroszuk/Postmedia …

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High Traffic: The DUI Conundrum | Legislation | Hudson Valley

It is illegal to drive under the influence of cannabis, to consume cannabis while driving, and for passengers in a vehicle to consume cannabis – and all of these will remain illegal once New York’s commercial cannabis market begins operating. , in the future. future to be determined. But what …

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Citing Supreme Court order, government slams Congress, UPA over Antrix-Devas ‘fraud’ deal

A day after the Supreme Court upheld the decision of the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal liquidation order of Devas Multimedia, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman stormed into Congress, calling the 2005 Antrix-Devas deal a “fraud of Congress, by Congress, for Congress”. Accusing the then UPA government of making a …

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Former Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway joins Jake Corman’s campaign for governor

Mandated staff members take official portraits at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building at the White House, Thursday, July 27, 2017, in Washington, DC (Official White House photo by Stephanie Chasez) A nationally recognized pollster who was a top advisor and campaign manager to former President Donald Trump is joining State …

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Congress wants to talk to Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan about January 6 insurgency, Trump Communications | Ohio News | Cincinnati

Photo: public domain Jim jordan Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan receives a special gift this Christmas. Or maybe the United States is? Investigating all aspects of the violent January 6 insurgency at the United States Capitol in Washington DC, the United States House of Representatives has requested a meeting with Jordan …

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Commentary: Congress of the 1850s shows the dangers of compromise

By Rachel Shelden / Washington Post Special This week, Congress Democrats announced they would move from the Build Back Better bill to full voting rights legislation. This transition is undoubtedly prompted by Democrats on the ground, who have called the efforts of Republicans allied to Trump to secure state political …

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The Law on the Protection of Democrats’ Right to Organize is Bad Legislation

OPINION: Democrats in Congress and their union backers are looking to help big Laborers by expanding their ranks. The most recent version of the Orwellian, entitled Protecting the Right to Organize Act, would destroy the absolute right of employees to freedom of choice when unions knock on doors. The chances …

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Abortion providers disappointed, pro-life group pleased with US Supreme Court decision on Texas Heartbeat Act – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM) – The United States Supreme Court ruled on Friday that abortion providers can continue to challenge the Texas Heartbeat Act, also known as SB 8. But in a blow to suppliers, the country’s highest court has allowed the controversial law to remain in force. READ MORE: Thousands turned …

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Congress calls for drug control measures against drug cartels

06 Dec 2021 | 6:39 AM HIST Congress calls for drug control measures against drug cartels Claim Christmas a peak season, request to conduct operations without involving the local machinery since invariably the local machinery Team Herald MAPUSA: Calangute congressional leaders, including former congressman Agnelo Fernandes, former Sarpanch Joseph Sequira …

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Missouri gun group says Greitens should apologize for anti-SAPA rhetoric

“Unforgivable.” This is the message that a gun rights organization is sending to the former governor. Eric Greitens as he criticizes Missouri’s new gun law while candidate for the US Senate. At the heart of the problem is Missouri Second Amendment Preservation Act – nicknamed SAPA – which came into …

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A look at who will lead the Missouri legislature next year

Pre-deposit for next year started wednesday with a crowd of legislation tackling vaccine mandates, critical race theory in education, and law enforcement. The pre-tabling process, set each year in early December, gives lawmakers a chance to set the stage for the next session. Read on for an overview of the …

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Biparty Attorneys General Call on Congress to Center Federal-State Cooperation in Marijuana Legalization Plans

The South Dakota Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday that a voter-approved marijuana legalization initiative was invalid on procedural grounds, a major setback for activists who have been waiting for the court’s decision for months. That said, advocates are now pursuing a two-pronged plan to implement the reform next year. In …

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Congressman’s Biggest Jerk candidate seeks promotion to be Texas’ Biggest Jerk

Gohmert, like Paxton’s other enemies, hopes the Attorney General’s many ethical issues will give him a natural openness: Congressman attacked his new opponent like someone who only “started working harder after so many of his most honorable and senior people in the GA’s office left, complaining of criminal conduct. Paxton …

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Pennsylvania Senator Gene Yaw announces plans for legislation to tax and regulate “games of skill”

November 10, 2021 They’ve made their way into bars and convenience stores across Pennsylvania, but the so-called “skill games,” which critics have called unregulated and illegal, are the subject of a big deal in Harrisburg. While some want gambling banned, arguing that it causes millions of dollars in lost revenue …

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Pakistan lifts ban on extremist group TLP

The Pakistani government lifted the ban on the extremist group Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) in return for canceling recent anti-government protests that claimed the lives of more than 20 people, half of them police officers. The TLP was declared a banned organization in April this year after fierce protests by the …

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Grassley-backed police bills pass Congress

WASHINGTON – Three pro-police bills backed by Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), a leading member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, were passed today by the House of Representatives. The bills were initially passed by the Senate Judiciary Committee in May during National Police Week and were approved by the Senate shortly …

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Republican Ernest Bailes announces re-election campaign

SHEPHERD, TX – Today State Representative Ernest Bailes (R-Shepherd) announced his campaign for re-election to the Texas House of Representatives. As of 2017, Bailes has represented the residents of House District 18, an area of ​​southeastern Texas that includes Liberty and San Jacinto counties. Hardin County and part of Montgomery …

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Pass Jennifer’s Law: Supporters Encourage Awareness of New Law

Before Jennifer Dulos became a household name and before state police determined that her husband, Fotis, clubbed her to death in his garage, there was another Jennifer who would suffer the same fate. In 2007, Jennifer Magnano was shot and killed in front of her children by her abusive husband …

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School board member wants Anchorage school board to condemn national group over stance on “parents as terrorists”

The National School Boards Association is a federation of state associations of school boards across the United States. Almost all school boards across the country are dues-paying members. Some school boards are disconnecting from the mothership, after the national group infers that parent activists are national terrorists and need the …

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Governor Newsom signs law on police reform

SB 2 Creates System to Investigate and Revoke or Suspend Peace Officer Certification for Serious Misconduct SB 16 increases transparency on cases of misconduct by peace officers The Governor also signed legislation strengthening police accountability and accountability guidelines, raising eligibility standards and banning harmful techniques. GARDENA – In Rowley Park, …

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