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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8 States Have Enacted Laws Limiting Governors’ Emergency Powers Since Pandemic Onset

Since March 2020, 10 Bills In Eight States Have Been Signed Into Law That Are Aimed At Increasing Legislative Oversight Of Governors’ Emergency Powers.

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Landlords Struggle Under Extended CDC Eviction Ban

Landlords Are Struggling After The U.S. Centers For Disease Control And Prevention (CDC) Extended A National Ban On Certain Evictions Apparently To Slow The Spread Of COVID-19. The CDC Extended The Moratorium, First Enacted In Sept. 2020, Through June 30.

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Biden Touts American Rescue Plan & Affordable Care Act At Ohio State University

As President Joe Biden Made His First Visit To Ohio Since Taking Office Tuesday, He Was Criticized For What One Policy Group Called Unnecessary Spending.

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20 Republican Attorneys General Argue ‘For The People Act’ Is Unconstitutional

Twenty Republican Attorneys General Argue That HR1, The “For The People Act,” Which Passed The U.S. House Late In The Night On Wednesday, Is Unconstitutional.

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Tennessee Medical Non-Discrimination Business & Consumer Act Gets National Attention

Tennessee’s Medical Non-Discrimination Business And Consumer Act Is Now Getting National Attention. Kentucky, Ohio, North Carolina And Other States Are Now Looking Into Ways To Propose A Similar Bill In Their States.

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Florida Trump Supporters Form Two ‘Patriot Parties’ To ‘Get The Attention’ Of GOP

According To A January Poll, 70% Of Republicans Would Consider Joining A New “Patriot Party” Led By Former President Trump. But Supporters Are Not Waiting For Trump To Establish One – Several States Are Forming Their Own “Patriot Party” Derivatives.

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Public Schools’ Response To Pandemic Proof Parents Need More Options

Responses To The Pandemic Across The Country Exposed Weaknesses In All Aspects Of Society. But Arguably The Greatest Frailty Of Them All Could Be Seen In The Way That Our Public Schools Unraveled In The Past Year. Our Kids Are Suffering In So Many UnFathomable Ways. Americans deserve better, and choices for how we educate our kids with the tax dollars that we push forward to public education are vital. Not all kids are alike. My kids are no more important than yours. But our kids are all different and need customized solutions. The American public education system has been outdated, operates on an agrarian calendar and contributes significantly to our kids falling behind the world. If this moment isn’t the precise time to consider how we make education better, there won’t be another.

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Landmarks In 24 states Light Up For National School Choice Week

National School Choice Events Being Held All This Week, With Resources Available For Parents And Iconic Landmarks And Public Buildings Lighting Up In Red And Yellow.

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National Migration: More People Moving To Southern And Western States

Top Inbound States In 2020 Were Idaho, South Carolina, Oregon, South Dakota, Arizona, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Florida And Arkansas.

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