Iowa Governor passes contentious law aimed at limiting voting

On Monday, Republican Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed a controversial bill into law which introduces a number of new restrictions on the voting process, including but not limited to: reducing the number of early voting days from 29 to 20 days, closing polling locations an hour earlier on Election Day (8p.m. instead of 9p.m.), andContinue reading “Iowa Governor passes contentious law aimed at limiting voting”

Warren Proposes Wealth Tax on “Ultra Millionaires”

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, Washington Rep. Pramila Jayapal, and Pennsylvania Rep. Brendan Boyle have proposed an ultra millionaire wealth tax in order to revive the economy and address income inequality. The tax is also firmly backed by Bernie Sanders. The Ultra Millionaire Tax Act, revealed on Monday morning, carries the conditions of a 2% annualContinue reading “Warren Proposes Wealth Tax on “Ultra Millionaires””

COVID-19 Updates

On March 5, 2021 Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced that due to a drop in COVID rates in the state, physical distancing and mask protocols will remain in place, however restaurants, gyms, theaters, water parks, bowling alleys, and bars providing dine in services are now allowed to be open to full capacity. Spring Training andContinue reading “COVID-19 Updates”

Senate passes Biden’s $1.9 trillion Covid relief plan

March 7, 2021, one year of covid-19 Pandemic has passed by the death of American people has rolled up to 500,000 by middle of February. However, we are still living in the middle of the pandemic. Millions of American still struggling in suffering sickness, unemployment, and lack of affordable childcare while most of schools remainContinue reading “Senate passes Biden’s $1.9 trillion Covid relief plan”

Ron DeSantis Soars in Approval and Competitiveness

New polling data released Tuesday shows a major jump in Gov. Ron DeSantis’ job approval ratings put him in a strong position against hypothetical match ups against the two best-known possible Democratic challengers in 2022. The governor’s statewide approval rating has increased by a full eight points since July 2020, but is still down byContinue reading “Ron DeSantis Soars in Approval and Competitiveness”

George Floyd Police Reform Bill Passed by House

George Floyd’s tragic death spurred national protests and calls to action. Activists have demanded legislation to defund the police, or at the very least, to introduce policy that will reform the way police departments will be able to run. After several months of back and forth, a police reform bill named after George Floyd hasContinue reading “George Floyd Police Reform Bill Passed by House”

New York AG says she may open investigation into Governor Cuomo

New York Attorney General Letitia James announced on Monday that she has a received a letter from Beth Garvey, special counsel and senior advisor to Governor Cuomo that asked the Attorney General to select an independent firm to conduct an inquiry into the recent sexual harassment allegations made against Cuomo by former aides of theContinue reading “New York AG says she may open investigation into Governor Cuomo”

The Biden Administration Preparing to Sanction Russia this Week

The Biden administration is preparing to impose sanctions on Russia following the poisoning and jailing of Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny within the week, calling for his immediate release from prison. On August 20, 2020, Navalny was poisoned with the lethal nerve agent Novichok, which was planted in his underwear. Falling extremely ill on aContinue reading “The Biden Administration Preparing to Sanction Russia this Week”

Update on Immigration

Since Biden has taken over as President, he has spoken a lot about his future immigration plans, however so far there have not been many changes implemented. This is partly due to Democratic lawmakers wrestling with how to move forward with a series of¬†immigration bills that would legalize undocumented immigrants, with some pushing for sweepingContinue reading “Update on Immigration”

Democrats Condemn Fox News, OANN, Newsmax

Reps. Anna Eshoo (D-Calif.) and Jerry McNerney (D-Calif.) sent a letter to cable and streaming companies on Monday questioning their decisions to host certain news networks. The letter linked content aired on certain channels to the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol. “Misinformation on TV has led to our current polluted information environment that radicalizesContinue reading “Democrats Condemn Fox News, OANN, Newsmax”

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