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6th Circuit Court To Hear Challenge To Biden Vaccine Mandate

6th Circuit Court To Hear Challenge To Biden Vaccine Mandate

Bryan Babb The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals is set to hear legal challenges to President Joe Biden’s workplace vaccination mandate after a Tuesday ping-pong ball raffle, NPR reported Tuesday. The rule, set to go into effect on Jan. 4th, 2022, was temporarily halted on Nov. 6th by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Now, the Sixth […]

Katie Hill, Congresswoman At The Center Of “Throuple” Scandal, Is Having A Child With The Reporter Who Ran Interference For Her

Katie Hill, Congresswoman At The Center Of “Throuple” Scandal, Is Having A Child With The Reporter Who Ran Interference For Her

By Stephen Frank | California Political Review Do we have to put on a baby shower for this corrupt former member of Congress?  Corrupt?  She lost numerous lawsuits and now refuses to be served so she could pay the people she lost to in court.  People are economically suffering because Katie Hill was more interested in […]

Criticism, lawsuits continue against California cities requiring ‘Hero Pay’

Criticism, lawsuits continue against California cities requiring ‘Hero Pay’

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – After the Long Beach City Council voted to mandate that some companies pay employees “hero pay,” the grocery chain Kroger announced it was closing at least three of its area stores. In Long Beach, the City Council voted to implement a COVID-19-related “hero pay” ordinance, which […]

Ventura County Dropping COVID Lawsuits Against 5 Businesses, But NOT Churches

Ventura County Dropping COVID Lawsuits Against 5 Businesses, But NOT Churches

By George Miller Ventura County just announced that it is dropping lawsuits against the remaining five businesses which had resisted COVID lockdown restrictions. BUT, not churches as we learned today from a VC church. Per Emily Gardner, Principal Assistant County Counsel, the businesses are: The 5 most recently dismissed cases involved the following businesses: The […]

USPS Faces Financial, Logistical Hurdles In Run Up To Expected Election Mail-In Ballot Surge

USPS Faces Financial, Logistical Hurdles In Run Up To Expected Election Mail-In Ballot Surge

THOMAS CATENACCI CONTRIBUTOR The 2020 primary election season plagued by confusion, invalid ballots, lawsuits and an investigation concluded on Tuesday.  The United States Postal Service is confident in its ability to deliver mail-in and absentee ballots on time, it said in a statement to The Daily Caller News Foundation. “We have seen issues and frankly those […]

Congress Must Act to Avoid Trial Lawyers’ ‘Brewing Litigation Storm’ From Virus Pandemic, Group Says

Congress Must Act to Avoid Trial Lawyers’ ‘Brewing Litigation Storm’ From Virus Pandemic, Group Says

BY MARK TAPSCOTT   Millions of American businesses will soon be assaulted by “meritless and abusive civil litigation” unless Congress enacts new CCP virus liability protections like those unveiled May 7 by the Institute for Legal Reform (ILR), the group said. “The brewing litigation storm is a recipe for economic havoc,” the ILR said in a study entitled “COVID-19: Federal […]

BUSINESS | Attorney General Barr Makes His Case For Reexamining A Critical Law Protecting Big Tech From Waves Of Lawsuits

BUSINESS | Attorney General Barr Makes His Case For Reexamining A Critical Law Protecting Big Tech From Waves Of Lawsuits

CHRIS WHITE TECH REPORTER   Attorney General Bill Barr discussed Wednesday what he sees as problems with a law passed in the early days of the internet that protects tech companies from dealing with waves of lawsuits. There is reason to believe Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act is due for changes that allow tech […]

POLITICS | Senate Republican Leader Grove’s Statement on Lawsuits against State Law Impacting Independent Contractors

POLITICS | Senate Republican Leader Grove’s Statement on Lawsuits against State Law Impacting Independent Contractors

SACRAMENTO – Senate Republican Leader Shannon Grove . (R-Bakersfield) released the following statement after a federal judge from the U.S. Southern District Court recently issued a temporary ruling against enforcing Assembly Bill 5 on independent truck drivers and motor carriers. This temporary ruling is in response to a lawsuit filed by the California Trucking Association. The […]

Failing education, lawsuits and parental choice

Failing education, lawsuits and parental choice

. . By Larry Sand . Americans are shockingly weak in civics. The latest Annenberg Public Policy Center survey finds that only 39 percent could name the three branches of U.S. government and less than one-quarter know that Congress has to muster a two-thirds vote to override a presidential veto. The results are in line with a study […]

Newsom Vows Money, Lawsuits to Ease California Housing Crisis

Newsom Vows Money, Lawsuits to Ease California Housing Crisis

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views   Government in California has made it hard to get permits and zoning clearance.  Now Newsom is demanding those decision be taken from your City Hall and made in Sacramento.  Do you have the time to travel to Sacramento to discuss your concerns about lack of […]

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