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Kansas’ Brownback appoints former Operation Rescue attorney to regulate abortion providers

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has appointed a former attorney for the anti-abortion rights group Operation Rescue to a position that would have him regulating abortion providers
Jul 31, 2020

Kansas’ Brownback appoints former Operation Rescue attorney to regulate abortion providers

Kansas’ Brownback appoints former Operation Rescue attorney to regulate abortion providers

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has appointed a former attorney for the anti-abortion rights group Operation Rescue to a position that would have him regulating abortion providers
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has appointed a former attorney for the anti-abortion rights group Operation Rescue to a position that would have him regulating abortion providers
Jul 31, 2020

Anti-Defamation League speaks out against school prayer bill in Florida

State Sen. Gary Siplin, D-Orlando (Pic by Minority Office, via flsenate.gov) The Anti-Defamation League expressed disappointment with yesterday’s vote by the Florida Senate Pre K-12 Education Committee “in favor of an amended version of a divisive and constitutionally defective statewide school prayer bill.” According to a summary of the bill , it would “authorize district school boards to adopt resolutions that allow prayers of invocation or benediction at secondary school events.” The Anti-Defamation League, a group that fights anti-Semitism in public policy, says the amended bill voted for yesterday is actually more problematic than the original
Jul 31, 2020

Anti-Defamation League speaks out against school prayer bill in Florida

Anti-Defamation League speaks out against school prayer bill in Florida

State Sen. Gary Siplin, D-Orlando (Pic by Minority Office, via flsenate.gov) The Anti-Defamation League expressed disappointment with yesterday’s vote by the Florida Senate Pre K-12 Education Committee “in favor of an amended version of a divisive and constitutionally defective statewide school prayer bill.” According to a summary of the bill , it would “authorize district school boards to adopt resolutions that allow prayers of invocation or benediction at secondary school events.” The Anti-Defamation League, a group that fights anti-Semitism in public policy, says the amended bill voted for yesterday is actually more problematic than the original
State Sen. Gary Siplin, D-Orlando (Pic by Minority Office, via flsenate.gov) The Anti-Defamation League expressed disappointment with yesterday’s vote by the Florida Senate Pre K-12 Education Committee “in favor of an amended version of a divisive and constitutionally defective statewide school prayer bill.” According to a summary of the bill , it would “authorize district school boards to adopt resolutions that allow prayers of invocation or benediction at secondary school events.” The Anti-Defamation League, a group that fights anti-Semitism in public policy, says the amended bill voted for yesterday is actually more problematic than the original
Jul 31, 2020

Minnesota agency approves U.S. Steel taconite permits despite environmental concerns

Minnesota agency approves U.S. Steel taconite permits despite environmental concerns

Source: Flickr, jimmywayne The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Citizens Board unanimously approved water quality permits for an expansion of a taconite facility on the Iron Range Tuesday. The permits leave only one more step before the expansion , which will cost about $300 million, create 120 permanent jobs and increase the capacity of the plant, according to Keetac owner, U.S.
Source: Flickr, jimmywayne The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Citizens Board unanimously approved water quality permits for an expansion of a taconite facility on the Iron Range Tuesday. The permits leave only one more step before the expansion , which will cost about $300 million, create 120 permanent jobs and increase the capacity of the plant, according to Keetac owner, U.S.
Jul 31, 2020
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