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Why Does Michigan Still Have 25,000 Dead People On Its Voter Rolls?

On Wednesday, a federal lawsuit filed against the Michigan secretary of state revealed the state’s voter rolls potentially include more than 25,000 dead people, including names of more than 20,000 individuals who have been dead for more than a decade. In the lawsuit filed by the Public Interest Legal Foundation, or PILF, a nonprofit law firm dedicated to election integrity,…

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Los Angeles Requires More ID To Enter A Building Than Georgia Does To Absentee Vote

The city of Los Angeles recently released strict proof-of-vaccination rules requiring photo ID — and they appear to be tougher than Georgia’s voter ID laws. Approved earlier this month and slated to go into effect next month, the rules for being allowed to enter “an Indoor Portion of a Covered Location” in Los Angeles will be as follows: A Covered…

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12 Republican Governors File Brief Asking SCOTUS To Overrule Roe v. Wade

A dozen Republican governors teamed up to file a joint amicus brief this week asking the U.S. Supreme Court to “correct” its previous decisions in both Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood of Southeast Pennsylvania v. Casey. In the brief for Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, governors from Montana, Texas, Florida, Arizona, Iowa, Idaho, South Carolina, Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Missouri, and Oklahoma tell…

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Weak Republicans Hedged On Banning COVID Passports, And Now They’re Back With A Vengeance

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention began to tighten loosening mask recommendations Tuesday — even for vaccinated people — largely based on rising COVID-19 among the unvaccinated. The governments of Australia, Israel, and Portugal are reinstituting lockdowns. In the United States, certain health officials are increasingly hinting at that possibility, while corporate media cheer them on. After months of…

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Former Reagan Attorney General Files Brief Against MLB For Relocating Atlanta All-Star Game

On the heels of a business advocacy group filing a $100 million lawsuit against Major League Baseball (MLB) for moving its 2021 All-Star Game out of Atlanta, a former attorney general filed a brief in support. Former Attorney General Edwin Meese III, a fellow at The Heritage Foundation and a Reagan administration member, filed an amicus brief Monday in New…

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MLB Faces $100 Million Lawsuit For Moving All-Star Game Out Of Georgia

A business advocacy organization is suing Major League Baseball (MLB), the player’s union, union executive director Tony Clark, and MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred for yanking its 2021 All-Star Game out of Georgia due to the state passing a law to ensure election security. The Job Creators Network filed suit Monday in a federal New York City court seeking $100 million…

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Georgia Judge Unseals More Than 145,000 Absentee Ballots For 2020 Election Fraud Investigation

After months of consideration, a judge in Fulton County, Georgia, has ruled that absentee ballots from the 2020 presidential election will be unsealed and examined for evidence of fraud. Henry Superior Court Judge Brian Amero said in a hearing Friday that Fulton election officials will be required to keep ballots in their custody. More than 145,000 ballots will be analyzed.…

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