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Florida legislature approves DeSantis congressional district map

A district court has reinstated the Florida state congressional map that was presented by Gov. Ron DeSantis’s office and approved by the state legislature. According to US News and World Report, the map was approved during a special session and would give more advantages to Republicans than the previous maps.

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Federal judge rules Title 42 will stay in effect

Title 42, the public health measure that allows asylum seekers to be turned away at the U.S. border, must remain in effect according to a Louisiana federal judge. The court decision will stop President Joe Biden and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) from terminating the health order on Monday.

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Researchers have found an enzyme that may correlate to SIDS

Australian researchers have identified an enzyme called butyrylcholinesterase (BChE) that they found to be “significantly lower” in infants who died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Researchers are hopeful that these findings can be applied to create new interventions and clinical applications to prevent infant deaths in the future. BChE

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Pro-abortion witnesses espouse extreme views during House Judiciary hearing

The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on abortion rights on Wednesday, where pro-abortion witnesses dodged questions on the procedure’s morality, refused to denounce partial-birth abortion, and even suggested that men can become pregnant and receive abortions. During the hearing, Rep. Mike Johnson (R-La.) asked Democrat witness Aimee Arrambide, the

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Disinformation board ‘paused’ after 3 weeks, Jankowicz resigns

On Wednesday, the Department of Homeland Security announced it was pausing its ill-received Disinformation Governance Board after weeks of the group and its leader being lampooned by conservatives and classic liberals. Homeland Security announced the freezing of the board in a statement shared on Twitter. The board, which was announced

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Federal agencies prepping for violence if Roe overturned

Officials in the nation’s capital predict violence will erupt if the Supreme Court relegates the matter of abortion to the states. As first reported by Axios, a declassified memo from the Department of Homeland Security reveals that the agency’s intelligence arm worries threats against Supreme Court justices, lawmakers, and other

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