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Read more about Clergy, social workers fear fallout from Oklahoma abortion laws
Read more about Clergy, social workers fear fallout from Oklahoma abortion laws

Clergy, social workers fear fallout from Oklahoma abortion laws

Aug 17, 2022
Read more about Clergy, social workers fear fallout from Oklahoma abortion laws
Read more about Clergy, social workers fear fallout from Oklahoma abortion laws
Strict anti-abortion laws that took effect in Oklahoma this year led to the quick shuttering of every abortion facility in the state, but left questions for those who work directly with women who may seek their advice or help getting an abortion out of state.
Read more about Judge limits privilege defense in AZ Mormon sex abuse case
Read more about Judge limits privilege defense in AZ Mormon sex abuse case

Judge limits privilege defense in AZ Mormon sex abuse case

Aug 20, 2022
Read more about Judge limits privilege defense in AZ Mormon sex abuse case
Read more about Judge limits privilege defense in AZ Mormon sex abuse case
An Arizona judge overseeing a high-profile lawsuit accusing the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of conspiring to cover-up child sex abuse has ruled that the church may not refuse to answer questions or turn over documents under the state’s “clergy-penitent privilege.”
Read more about ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law confuses some Florida schools
Read more about ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law confuses some Florida schools

‘Don’t Say Gay’ law confuses some Florida schools

Aug 17, 2022
Read more about ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law confuses some Florida schools
Read more about ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law confuses some Florida schools
Some Florida schools have moved library books and debated changing textbooks in response to a law critics call “Don’t Say Gay” — and some teachers have worried that family pictures on their desks could get them in trouble.
Read more about Has Florida Man finally met his match? Meet Florida Sheriff
Read more about Has Florida Man finally met his match? Meet Florida Sheriff

Has Florida Man finally met his match? Meet Florida Sheriff

Jul 25, 2022
Read more about Has Florida Man finally met his match? Meet Florida Sheriff
Read more about Has Florida Man finally met his match? Meet Florida Sheriff
When a naked man in southwestern Florida recently raised a ruckus outside his house and threatened a deputy with a kitchen knife, the SWAT team swooped in and apprehended him.
Read more about Nevada court fights raise caution flags on green energy push
Read more about Nevada court fights raise caution flags on green energy push

Nevada court fights raise caution flags on green energy push

Jul 26, 2022
Read more about Nevada court fights raise caution flags on green energy push
Read more about Nevada court fights raise caution flags on green energy push
Opposition from friends, not foes, is creating potential roadblocks to President Joe Biden’s green energy agenda on federal lands in the blue-leaning, Western swing state of Nevada.
Read more about US takes emergency action to save sequoias from wildfires
Read more about US takes emergency action to save sequoias from wildfires

US takes emergency action to save sequoias from wildfires

Jul 24, 2022
Read more about US takes emergency action to save sequoias from wildfires
Read more about US takes emergency action to save sequoias from wildfires
The U.S. Forest Service announced Friday it's taking emergency action to save giant sequoias by speeding up projects that could start within weeks to clear underbrush to protect the world’s largest trees from the increasing threat of wildfires.
Read more about New California gun control law mimics Texas abortion measure
Read more about New California gun control law mimics Texas abortion measure

New California gun control law mimics Texas abortion measure

Jul 24, 2022
Read more about New California gun control law mimics Texas abortion measure
Read more about New California gun control law mimics Texas abortion measure
California punched back Friday against two recent landmark U.S. Supreme Court decisions as Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a controversial, first-in-the-nation gun control law patterned after a Texas anti-abortion law and urged other states to follow suit.
Read more about Pen misinformation bleeds into Arizona primary
Read more about Pen misinformation bleeds into Arizona primary

Pen misinformation bleeds into Arizona primary

Jul 30, 2022
Read more about Pen misinformation bleeds into Arizona primary
Read more about Pen misinformation bleeds into Arizona primary
Election officials in Arizona’s largest county won’t soon forget #SharpieGate — the social media uproar that emerged after the 2020 election based on the false claim that Sharpie pens provided at the polls would ruin ballots before they were counted.
Read more about Quick Georgia abortion restrictions send some patients home
Read more about Quick Georgia abortion restrictions send some patients home

Quick Georgia abortion restrictions send some patients home

Jul 24, 2022
Read more about Quick Georgia abortion restrictions send some patients home
Read more about Quick Georgia abortion restrictions send some patients home
Georgia's abortion law changed so abruptly Wednesday afternoon that some patients who were in an office waiting for abortions were told that what had been legal that morning was no longer legal in the state and sent home.
Read more about California OKs 'baby bonds' to help combat child poverty
Read more about California OKs 'baby bonds' to help combat child poverty

California OKs 'baby bonds' to help combat child poverty

Jul 24, 2022
Read more about California OKs 'baby bonds' to help combat child poverty
Read more about California OKs 'baby bonds' to help combat child poverty
Parenting — that long chain of decisions that hopefully leads to a well-rounded adult — was always a little less stressful for Laura Guerra because her husband, Rigo, was “100% in it” for their daughter, Emilia. But Rigo died from COVID-19 on Christmas Eve in 2020.