Florida GOP pushes bill that would allow college students “to record classroom lectures without a professor’s consent .. to use in preparation of a civil or criminal case against a higher-education institution” https://t.co/WhkAGproth
— Bill Grueskin (@BGrueskin) April 7, 2021
Republicans used to talk about passing laws like this, but would pull back at the last minute. I have a feeling this time, they’ll do it. They have nothing else to run on:
SB1457 criminalizes abortion, potentially bans stem cell research, assisted reproductive technology like IVF, and common forms of birth control.
Women in rural Yuma need more access to healthcare – not restrictions and felonies for their right to choose #HandsoffAZ #AZLeg https://t.co/vyIX5hCqG3
— Charlene Fernandez (@CharleneforAZ) April 6, 2021
NEW: Prosecutors are beginning to fill in the details of the Proud Boys assault on the Capitol, revealing details about their financing, planning and operations in a new court filing against leader Ethan Nordean.
— Kyle Cheney (@kyledcheney) March 1, 2021
Huh. That’s strange because I spent the day with real Americans ice fishing in Minnesota and unprompted, they wanted to talk about the lack of COVID relief checks, the insanity of Qanon and their dismay over poisonous partisan division. https://t.co/GLBRuXin9f pic.twitter.com/zWgNmSMvY4
— Bill Weir (@BillWeirCNN) February 28, 2021
2/ According to CNN, Serhiy Lyoyovochkin was one of two intended recipients of the polling data that Paul Manafort gave to Konstantin Kilimnik on August 2, 2016. https://t.co/gkj0yT7Vbg pic.twitter.com/XasV5IRcmp
— Jennifer Cohn ✍🏻 📢 (@jennycohn1) February 28, 2021
3/ According to the NYT piece in post 1, Viktor Medvedchuk (a key Putin ally) was also involved in the hacking of Ukraine's 2004 election. He, too, was reportedly in touch with the Trump campaign in 2016, though he denied it. https://t.co/9i8Ue1iR1E pic.twitter.com/Ymna29J8q5
— Jennifer Cohn ✍🏻 📢 (@jennycohn1) March 1, 2021