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California bill to allow citizens to enforce gun ban modeled after Texas heartbeat bill draws Newsom’s support

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The pro-life legislation in Texas allows citizens to enforce an abortion ban by suing providers and anyone else involved in helping a woman end her pregnancy after a fetal heartbeat is detected. "It’s time to go on t...

They got illicit Covid-19 vaccine doses — and say they’d do it again in a heartbeat

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Last July, Andrea Ogg stood outside a pharmacy in Castle Rock, Colorado, fully prepared to lie to get herself a Covid-19 vaccine. Her stomach knotted in anxiety, Ogg was ready to say she was getting her first shot w...

Texas Rep. Shelby Slawson, author of ‘Heartbeat Bill,’ reacts to leaked SCOTUS Roe opinion

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Rep. Shelby Slawson, R-Stephenville, having read through the leaked draft opinion by Justice Alito, described it as "brilliantly articulated."  Slawson authored HB 1515 – better known as the "Texas Heartbeat Act" – w...

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt signs heartbeat bill, creates 2nd Amendment sanctuary and more in busy week

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Four new bills he signed crack down on abortions – a fifth honors the Second Amendment and a sixth makes it harder for cities to defund their police departments. Stitt had promised on the campaign trail to sign any p...

Candace Owens rips AOC’s ‘menstruating person’ defense to heartbeat bill: ‘Sad to explain basic biology’

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The law will prohibit abortions to children in the womb whose heartbeats are detected; typically in the sixth week of pregnancy.  In an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper, Ocasio-Cortez claimed Abbott may not be "f...

Supreme Court deals another setback to abortion providers in latest decision on Texas heartbeat law

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Justices Sotomayor, Kagan and Breyer dissented from the decision, which returns the issue to a state court for additional procedural determinations.  A police officer patrols in front of of the U.S. Supreme...