Democratic nominee Stacey Abrams serves as board member and governor of the Marguerite Casey Foundation, which supports defunding and abolishing the police.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Wednesday that the Chicago crime rate proves tougher gun laws are “not a real solution” to stopping mass shootings.
Democrats are calling on senators to pass the Bipartisan Background Checks Act, which would require background checks for private sales between two individuals.
Universities and museums spent millions from President Biden’s American Rescue Plan on programs that had virtually little to do with COVID-19 recovery efforts.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams said her state of Georgia is “the worst” to live in on issues like mental health and incarceration.
Former Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter admitted on ABC News Sunday that the U.S. has progressed under Biden, “with the exception of inflation.”
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said, “I don’t have a timeline,” when asked Sunday when parents can expect baby formula to return to store shelves.
Aimee Arrambide, the executive director of the abortion rights nonprofit Avow Texas, told Rep. Dan Bishop, R-N.C., that she believes men can get pregnant and have abortions.
President Biden’s judicial nominee Natasha Merle said during a 2017 podcast that Republican-backed policies like voter ID laws and the U.S.-Mexico border wall “are grounded in White supremacy.”
The University of Illinois Chicago’s school of public health has advised against using “stigmatizing” words like “obesity” as universities across the country seen to eliminate fatphobia in their quest for “health justice.”