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Georgette Walrath

Georgette Walrath

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2nd Trimester Abortions Receive Big News In Texas As New Legislation Passed

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Texas lawmakers have passed new legislation concerning abortion. On Tuesday, Republican Governor Greg Abbot signed off on the new restrictions that require specific disposal of fetal tissue and prohibit a specific second-term procedure. The action comes on the heels of a contentious battle between supporters and activists. The issue of how to dispose of fetal remains is already tied up in court. Back in December, the Texas Department of State Health was about to implement a similar rule, but...

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Vote Passes In The Michigan House, Bill To Push 2nd Amendment To New Levels

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In an action that mimics a dozen other states, the Michigan House of Representatives passed a package of four bills this week. The new legislation will allow residents to carry a concealed gun, minus a permit. The move comes in the wake of heightened self-defense concerns. According to the National Conference of State Legislators and the National Rifle Association, at least 16 other states have drafted and introduced similar measures this year. Garnering a handful of Democrat votes, the...

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Catholics Praise Trump For Doing What Obama Never Would

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The 13th National Catholic Prayer Breakfast was held on Tuesday this week. The crowd of approximately 1300 faithful representatives praised the new Trump administration for its commitment to religious freedom. Protecting religious liberties was an issue the Obama administration avoided like the plague. Unless, of course, it regarded Islam. The annual gathering of Catholic leaders heard speeches from Mother Olga of the Sacred Heart, founder of the Daughters of Mary of Nazareth, Archbishop Timothy Broglio of the Archdiocese for...

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Judicial Watch Sues To End Scheme Putting Illegal College Students Before American Citizens

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Judicial Watch is filing a lawsuit with the Supreme Court against the University of California on behalf of a state resident. The watchdog group argues that an independent state agency like the Board of Regents is overstepping its authority by issuing in-state grants to illegal students. The controversy involves the fact that UC distributes state tuition benefits to non-citizens. Judicial Watch asserts that although the state has the ability to disperse aid like tuition to people in the country...

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Officials Sued As Teachers Skip Class, $500,000 In Taxpayer Money Funneled To Local Union

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Despite recent attention, ghost teachers are still haunting districts throughout Pennsylvania. In the latest example of taxpayer money being used to fund union activities, the Reading School District is facing a lawsuit for the practice. The dispute concerns state payments made to absent teachers. District employees have been skipping class and working at the local Reading Education Association (REA) to the tune of $500,000. Current state law supports collective bargaining agreements between unions and school districts. These contracts define...

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