Federal Judge Sides With Landlords, Vacates CDC’s Eviction Moratorium

A Federal Judge Wednesday Vacated A National Moratorium On Evictions Imposed By The Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Following A Trend Of Rulings Issued By Other Federal Judges In Other States.

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Republicans Push For Answers After Finding Teachers Unions Influenced CDC Guidance On School Reopenings

A Controversy Involving Teachers Unions, The White House And Centers For Disease Control And Prevention Guidance On Reopening Schools Has Sparked An Inquiry From Congressional Republicans.

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Medical Association Calls On Colleges To Reverse Vaccine Requirements For Students

More Than 100 Colleges Across The U.S. Have Said They Will Require Students To Receive A COVID-19 Vaccine In Order To Attend In-person Classes. The Association Of American Physicians And Surgeons, Led By Its President, Paul M. Kempen, Is Calling On These Institutions To Reverse Their Policies.

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Battle Lines Drawn Over Taxpayer Funding Of Critical Race Theory

A Grassroots Group Of Conservatives And Republican State Leaders Is Pushing Back After The Biden Administration Tied Federal Education Funding To Adopting Controversial Critical Race Theory Teachings In Schools’ Curriculum.

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Texas Attorney General Sues Biden Over Dictating State Tax Policy

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Has Filed His Ninth Lawsuit Against The Biden Administration, This Time Over A Provision In The Federal Government’s American Rescue Plan Act That States That To Receive The Funds, States Cannot Use Them To “Directly Or Indirectly” Offset Tax Revenue By Cutting Taxes.

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Biden Promotes ‘Free’ Community College For Americans, ‘Dreamers’

President Joe Biden Touted A Key Part Of His Education Initiative Monday, Pushing For Two Years Of Free Community College Nationwide, But Some Critics Question The Long-term Efficacy Of His Plan.

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Smugglers Transporting 2,000 People Every Day Through Texas

Abbott Says 2,000 People Are Entering Texas Every Day Through Gaps In The Border Wall. In Particular, A Section Along The Rio Grande River Where The Wall Construction Is Already Paid For And Delivered Materials Are Lying On The Ground But The Biden Administration Halted The Completion.

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Texas Counties Declare Disaster Over Border Crisis, More To Follow

Four Texas Counties Have Issued Disaster Declarations And Called On The Governor For Help Because Of Escalated Crime In Their Communities Resulting From A Surge In Illegal Immigration.

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House Republicans Question Whether White House Interfered In 2020 Census Data

After The U.S. Census Results Last Week Did Not Come Out As Many Experts Predicted, A Handful Of Republicans Are Questioning Whether Foul Play Was Involved.

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