Connecticut looks to expand abortion rights in response to out-of-state restrictions – NPR
Lawmakers in Connecticut have approved a bill that would expand the types of medical professionals who can provide abortion services in the state and shield residents from facing penalties under other states’ anti-abortion laws.
Evidence mounts of GOP involvement in Trump election schemes – Associated Press
The text exchange, in an April 22 court filing from the congressional panel investigating the Jan. 6 riot, is in a batch of startling evidence that shows the deep involvement of some House Republicans in Trump’s desperate attempt to stay in power. A review of the evidence finds new details about how, long before the attack on the Capitol unfolded, several GOP lawmakers were participating directly in Trump’s campaign to reverse the results of a free and fair election.
Dinesh D’Souza’s ‘2000 Mules’ – Just the News
Ballot trafficking exposé has the evidence; can it get a hearing? Documentary leans on cell phone geotracking data and security camera video to expose hundreds of “mules” who stuffed ballot boxes at odd hours of the day in critical swing states in 2020.
Durham unmasks alliance between media, Democrat dirt diggers that triggered false Russia story – Just the News
Court filings show plan to introduce evidence that Clinton campaign flooded media with “unverified derogatory information” on Trump.
The People’s Lawyer has arrived – American Experiment
Based on the flurry of campaign finance activity, it looks like Minnesota will be a highly contested battleground state this fall.
China’s Economy Flirts With a Recession, Threatening to Drag Down Global Growth – WSJ
A recession commonly means two straight quarters of contraction, and that remains unlikely for China, many economists say. The country has many ways to ensure it posts stronger growth than the U.S. and Europe this year, including the ability to unleash heavy government spending. But economists say that underlying conditions, worsened by Covid lockdowns in Shanghai and elsewhere, are starting to feel more akin to a recession—something China hasn’t experienced in decades.
Republican Lawmakers Voice Concern Over Biden’s ‘Orwellian’ Disinformation Board – Epoch Times
“The United States’ internal security apparatus must serve to protect the American people from threats to the homeland, not be weaponized by an unpopular President to push false narratives and discredit lawful discourse,” the lawmakers wrote.
Antifa allegedly assaults Portland GOP rallygoers, understaffed police struggle to respond – FOX News
The resource-strapped Portland Police Bureau reportedly took more than 20 minutes to respond when alleged antifa members assaulted a Saturday campaign event near police headquarters in downtown Portland. By the time officers had “sufficient resources” to establish a crime scene near Southwest 3rd and Main Street, the black-clad demonstrators had already dispersed after hurling smoke grenades, paint-filled balloons and fireworks, according to police. Two were injured by “mortars,” police said.
A Future Voting Process Where the End Results are Provable – Midwest Seeds
It was these voter rolls and histories that allowed Rick Weible to discover that more than 700,000 Minnesota ballots were not yet connected to a voter on November 29, 2020, only 25 days after the election and a mere 5 days after the Minnesota State Canvassing Board certified the results of the 2020 General Election. Should the Board have certified the results if the work required by Minnesota statutes was not yet complete?