A Republican-led Idaho House bill would establish the new crime of “abortion trafficking,” which would limit minors’ ability to travel for an abortion without parental consent, even in states where the procedure is legal.
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Florida bill would ban young girls from discussing periods in school
The bill could be amended, Republican state Rep. Stan McClain said, after he acknowledged that it would prohibit talk of menstrual cycles until sixth grade.
Girl dies from fentanyl-laced painkiller, latest in wave of Texas teen deaths
Sienna Vaughn, a 16-year-old high school junior in Texas, died after taking a pill she got from a friend that she thought was Percocet.
Tenn. Lt. Gov. Randy McNally ‘hearts’ man’s half-nude photos after backing anti-LGBTQ bills
McNally (R), who has supported anti-LGBTQ bills, apologized after commenting on a man’s half-nude photos.
Tucker Carlson mocked by Anderson Cooper, comedians over Jan. 6 coverage
“The idea of Tucker Carlson being in that mob that day and not wetting his pants is hard to imagine,” Cooper said about the Fox News host.
Teacher fired after DeSantis says bookshelf video was ‘fake narrative’
Brian Covey, a substitute teacher at Mandarin Middle School in Jacksonville, was dismissed after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) called the video part of “a fake narrative.”
Missouri Republicans block proposed ban on kids carrying guns in public
The proposal, which was part of a long debate in the chamber on how to fight crime in St. Louis, was soundly defeated by a vote of 104-39.
Fla. woman forced to fly to D.C. for abortion returns for State of the Union
Anabely Lopes was 15 weeks pregnant last year when doctors told her that her fetus had a fatal birth defect that would result in death within days of birth.
GOP councilwoman fatally shot outside her home: ‘Despicable, criminal act’
Prosecutors confirmed to The Washington Post that Eunice Dwumfour, a 30-year-old Republican member of the Sayreville borough council, was killed on Wednesday night.
Harris, in funeral address, says Tyre Nichols ‘should have been safe’
The vice president, who was not scheduled to speak at the funeral, denounced the actions of the officers and renewed calls for Congress to pass police reform.