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Twitter Bans Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Account
Jan 04, 2022

Twitter suspended the personal account of Georgia House Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R). The ban came after Rep. Greene received her fifth strike for what Twitter deemed “COVID misinformation.”  Twitter stated that they “permanently suspended the account … (@mtgreenee) for repeated violations of our COVID-19 misinformation policy.” Greene still has access to her Congressional Twitter...

New York Announces Prioritization of Minorities in COVID-19 Treatment
Jan 03, 2022

New York state told physicians to consider race in their distribution of life-saving measures for COVID-19, such as monoclonal antibodies and oral antivirals.  “Non-white race or Hispanic/Latino ethnicity should be considered a risk factor, as longstanding systemic health and social inequities have contributed to an increased risk of severe illness and death from COVID-19” Monoclonal...

Pelosi Planning Commemoration of January 6 Anniversary
Jan 03, 2022

Although Congress is not in session on Jan. 6, Speaker Pelosi plans to hold a series of events in order to commemorate the anniversary of the events at the Capitol in 2021. The speaker claims that the commemoration event will be conducted "In a spirit of unity, patriotism, and prayerfulness." Speaker Pelosi had previously proposed...

Border Crossings Update
Jan 01, 2022

According to the most recent reports from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency, November saw an increase in illegal border crossings. This increase was the first one in nearly three months and was led by a greater number of unaccompanied adults entering the US. The summer of 2021 saw an unprecedented rise in illegal...

Biden Says Schools Have Ability to Stay Open During Omicron
Jan 01, 2022

President Biden announced that K-12 schools should stay open despite the rise in COVID-19 cases over the past few weeks.  In his speech, the President said the nation “must also keep our K-through-12 schools open,” stating that “the science” was “clear and overwhelming,” definitively declaring that he believed schools should keep their doors open. President...

Analyzing Ohio’s New Abortion Law
Jan 01, 2022

On December 22nd, 2022, Gov. Mike DeWine signed Senate Bill Number 157 into law, enacting a number of abortion restrictions in the state of Ohio. The Ohio Senate, which consists of 25 Republicans and eight Democrats, had previously passed the bill along party lines. Among other things, the bill requires doctors to file a detailed...