Alabama’s abortion ban won’t go into effect for six months—maybe longer if it’s held up by the courts—but it is already having one of the effects Republicans wanted: It’s terrifying women.
Florida's straw-banning cities sucked victory from the jaws of defeat on Friday, when Gov. Rick DeSantis vetoed a bill that would have banned their straw bans.
The LR BEV will do its real-world testing in New York City starting next year.
The Blues will now miss the next two transfer windows unless they successfully appeal or freeze the ban through CAS
If ever we needed proof of the expression that "guns don’t kill people, people kill people" look no further than Britain, where families may have to start practicing cutting their steak and bread at dinner with a spoon. This is, of course, because Britain's politicians have now made the absurdly ridiculous move to call for the banning of what Reason magazine called "the most useful tool ever invented" - the knife.
Missouri's state house has passed a bill limiting selective terminations after the eighth week of pregnancy - with no exception for cases of rape or incest. The state senate passed the bill on
As lawmakers scramble to adopt legislation in the final days of Florida’s 60-day session, it appears only a few of 50-plus preemption-related bills will be adopted before Friday’s adjournment.
Host of "The Ben Shapiro Show" and Editor-in-Chief of "The Daily Wire" Ben Shapiro (left) (Screenshot) and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (right) (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
"Fox & Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt Thursday morning celebrated Alabama's new law banning nearly all abortions, and the Missouri Senate's overnight passage of a bill banning abortion at 8 weeks, both of which are unconstitutional. Earhardt opened her segment by attacking "2020 Democrats pouncing on Alabama's abortion bill," which is actually now Alabama's abortion law, and the just-passed Missouri bill. She "asks" her guest if these "signs that the pro-life movement is continuing to grow