2023 Has Been A Battleground For Transgender Athletics

This Year Has Been The Battleground For The Debate On Whether Biological Males Who Identify As Females Should Be Allowed To Play Female Sports As Politicians And The Courts Have Grappled With The Issue.

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Biden’s Federal Contractor Vaccine Mandate Loses In Court Again

A U.S. Circuit Court Of Appeals Agreed With A Lower Court Ruling That Imposed A Preliminary Injunction On The Proposed Mandate That Would Have Imposed The Covid-19 Vaccine On Federal Contractors And Also Required Tens Of Millions Of Americans To Wear Face Masks At Work.

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Tennessee’s Convoy To Save America Journeys To Canadian Border To Support Truckers

The Tennessee Convoy Started Their Journey On Saturday Morning, Departing From Mt. Juliet And Traveling Through White House, TN, Kentucky And Ohio With Their Destination Being Buffalo, New York. The Convoy Carried Supplies To Truckers And Supporters To Help Them Peacefully Assemble In Celebration Of Freedom.

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Injunction Ordered Against Federal Contractor Mandates In Tennessee, Kentucky & Ohio

A U.S. District Judge In Kentucky Ordered A Preliminary Injunction Tuesday That Prevents The Enforcement Of President Joe Biden’s Federal Contractor Covid-19 Vaccination Mandate In Kentucky, Ohio And Tennessee.

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More Than Half Of U.S. States Vow To Fight Biden’s Vaccine Mandate

Twenty-Seven Republican Governors Or Attorneys General Have Vowed To Fight The Latest Executive Order issued By President Joe Biden Mandating That Over 80 Million Private Employees Receive COVID Vaccinations Or Undergo Weekly Testing, Or Their Employer Will Be Fined.

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New CDC Eviction Moratorium Will Not Apply In Tennessee

The Tennessee Court System Announced They Will Not Be Following The Centers For Disease Control’s New Eviction Moratorium After It Was Ruled Unconstitutional.

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May Jobs Report Falls Short Of Projections

Total Nonfarm Payroll Employment Increased By 559,000 In The U.S. In May, Short Of 650,000 Predicted By Economists, According To Data From The U.S. Department Of Labor.

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Lawsuit Seeks To Subject Google To Government Regulation

The Lawsuit Wants Google Declared As A Public Utility And Be Subject To Govt Regulation. It Also Says The California-Based Company Has A Duty To Offer Sources Or Competitors Rights Equal To Its Own, Claiming It Should Not Prioritize…

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