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WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Wednesday, U.S. Congressman Mike Waltz (FL-6) introduced the Preventing Anonymous Income by Necessitating Transparency of Executive Relatives (PAINTER) Act that would require the President and Vice President of the United States to report the same financial disclosure information...
LANSING, Mich.—The Michigan House of Representatives voted on July 21 in favor of repealing the Emergency Powers Act used by the governor to implement COVID-19 restrictions in the state. The vote follows the approval of the repeal by the state Senate...
The American Civil War is often thought of as being the deciding historical factor putting to rest any future ambition of individual or groups of states wanting to secede from the union. Well over a century later, the idea of secession appears far...
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a $100 billion “Comeback Plan” budget package that includes tax relief and stimulus checks to help state residents recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. The package, SB 139, will provide financial assistance to Californians who need it the most,...
"No one's listening" to the female inmates terrified of the violent men transferring to their prisons, said Lauren Adams, legal counsel for the Women's Liberation Front. As biological males who identify as transgender women or nonbinary are being transferred upon request...
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts has designated July as the “Victims of Communism” month, highlighting the estimated 100 million people who died during religious or political purges, manmade famines, and crimes against humanity. Ricketts, in a press release and on Twitter, singled out the Chinese Communist...
California state energy officials asked the state’s top grid operator to contract for additional power capacity in the months of July and August due to concerns it won’t meet the demand during evenings. In a letter, the heads of the California Energy...
Oregon’s State Senate on Saturday passed a bill that would make illegal immigrants in the state eligible for Medicaid-funded medical services -- sending the legislation to Democratic Gov. Kate Brown for signature. The bill, HB 335, expands eligibility to adults who would...
California is a dangerous place to live.  If you live in Los Angeles or San Francisco or Oakland, you are living in a war zone.  Worse the police in those town are not allowed to protect the citizens, they...
Amid a West Coast heat wave that includes triple-digit temperatures, California’s power grid operators have called on residents to not use as much electricity so as to put less strain on the state’s beleaguered grid. In the past week, the California Independent...
When the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power was hacked in 2018, it took a mere six hours. Early this year, an intruder lurked in hundreds of computers related to water systems across the United States. In Portland,...
The California Citizens Compensation Commission (CCCC) unanimously approved pay raises on June 8 for Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) and state lawmakers. The commission, which is appointed by the governor, voted 4-0 to approve a 4.2 percent raise for Newsom and state legislators,...
California and Nevada are now both “100 percent in drought,” according to a federal monitoring system, with the dry conditions fueling concerns over water supply shortages and wildfires. “With dire drought conditions, rapidly decreasing snowpack, and low reservoir levels, concern for wildfire season...
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed two pieces of legislation on June 7 designed to combat the influence of communist China in the United States. “If you look right now, there is no single entity that exercises a more pervasive nefarious influence...