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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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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Economy Is Bouncing Back, But Proposed Tax Hikes Could Stifle Growth

Newly Released Economic Data Show The Economy Is Experiencing Accelerated Growth, Potentially Signaling A Rebound From The Economic Downturn Caused By The Pandemic, But Critics Warn Proposed Tax Hikes Could Stifle That Growth.

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Dem Mayors Launch Pilot Program To Provide Universal Basic Income For Low-Income Residents

A Group Of 43 Democratic Mayors From Across The Country Is Backing Plans To Provide Certain Low-income Residents With A Universal Basic Income. They Argue That The Way To End Or Reduce Poverty Is To Guarantee A Certain Level Of Income To Low-income Residents With No Strings Attached.

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Arizona Congressman Introduces Federal Ban On COVID-19 Passports

Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs Is Seeking To Preempt Any Federal Attempt To Create A COVID-19 Vaccine Passport. The No Vaccine Passports Act Would Ban Federal Agencies From Issuing Any Standardized Document Saying An American Citizen Has Been Vaccinated. It Also Would Keep Federal Entities From Requiring Any Type Of…

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Tennessee Lawmakers Consider Government Ban On COVID Vaccine Passports

A Measure To Prevent Any Government In Tennessee From Requiring A COVID-19 Vaccine Passport Is Making Its Way Through The General Assembly.

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March Madness 2021: These Schools Have The Most Lobbying Power

Only One College Takes Home The Trophy In March Madness, But The Entire Higher Education Industry Was A Big Winner In Democrats’ Stimulus Package. The American Rescue Plan Provides Nearly $40 Billion In Aid To Colleges And Universities, More Than Either Of The Two Previous Stimulus Bills.

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Blue States Scramble To Loosen Restrictions After Red States’ Success

State Re-openings Around The Country Appear To Be Pressuring States – Particularly Northern States With Democratic Governors, To Soften Their Stances On Mitigations. Now, With Vaccines Promised To The Nation By May 1, Governors Who Had Dug In Are Relenting On Mitigations. Some More Slowly Than Others.

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