Controversial ‘Anti-Mob’ Bill Racing Through Florida House

Florida’s Proposed “Combating Public Disorder Act” Is One Step Away From House Approval And Transfer To The Senate, Where The Controversial “Anti-mob” Bill Is Likely To Be Adopted And Signed Into Law.

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Missouri Lawmakers Race To Be First To ‘Nullify’ Federal Gun Laws Imposed By Biden Administration

On The Same Day The Missouri Senate Debated 17 Hours Into The Predawn To “Perfect” A COVID-19 Business Liability Protection Bill, The Missouri House Made Short Work Of Passing A Bill Prohibiting State Law Enforcement Agencies From Enforcing Federal Firearms Regulations.

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Senator Marsha Blackburn is Hopeful About New Covid Relief Talks

These discussions between House and Senate leaders have been long-awaited since the first relief bill passed at the beginning of the pandemic. However, Blackburn does oppose a few aspects of the proposed relief plan created by Republican and Democrat congressional lawmakers.

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