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Hyde Amendment

Repealing Hyde Amendment Finally Becomes a Priority for 2020 Hopefuls

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It doesn’t come as a surprise that the Republicans have never supported women over their right to their own bodies or helped them in grave circumstances. The Hyde Amendment, passed by the House of the Representatives in September 1976, has recently come into light for its provision. Along with the amendment, former Vice-President and 2020…

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John Bel Edwards

Governor John Bel Edwards in Favor of Louisiana’s Heartbeat Bill

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Subsequent abortion ban bills have created havoc in the country. With the introduction of new heartbeat bill, Louisiana has become one of those states where women’s lives are considered to be at great risks. Governor John Bel Edwards has expressed his consent to sign the bill approved by the state’s lawmakers on Wednesday. The bill…

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Joe Biden

Joe Biden might face challenges to win, despite 17 point lead

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Within a month into the presidential run, erstwhile Vice President Joe Biden has joined the toppers-league, outpacing criticism coming his way. According to the RealClearPolitics, Biden is leading with an average of 17-point in the United Sates polls. Originally, the figure has fallen against to what was recorded after his entry on April 25, however,…

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Mike Hill

Rep. Mike Hill Gives a Religious Push to Abortion Bill

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Mike Hill, Florida State Rep., has stooped to a new low by involving God in regards to the abortion bill he introduced to the state legislature this year. Hill’s proposed bill, which is similar to the abortion law passed in Alabama recently, was rejected even before it could get a committee hearing. During his visit…

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Save Chick-Fil-A

Texas House Passes “Save Chick-Fil-A” Bill Amidst Debates

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The new version of Senate Bill 1978, nicknamed the “Save Chick-fil-A” bill, is roaming in the White House since last week. On Tuesday, the Texas House passed a legislation, which has raised contradictory reviews from different territories. While the supporters believe it will provide religious protections, Democrats and critics argue that it would discriminate against…

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Ralph Northam

Investigation Bears No Fruit, Ralph Northam still Amidst the Controversy

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Governor of Virginia and former officer in the US Army Medical Corps Ralph Northam has been facing severe criticism from the past couple of months due to a racist photo published on the page of his 1984 medical school yearbook. The photo, which consisted of two people one wearing a blackface and the other a…

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Abortion bill

Democratic Hopefuls’ Take on Recent Abortion Bill

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In the wake of the stir caused by some of the Republicans’ majority states passing the most controversial abortion bill in the history of the United States, Democratic presidential hopefuls are using this to benefit their own campaigns. The Democratic candidates have been talking about the importance of health care and its easy access, along…

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Abortion Ban

Republican Controlled Senate’s Dedication Comes Through, Bill on Abortion Ban Passed

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The state of Alabama achieved a new landmark on Tuesday, as the state senate despite wide-spread criticism passed the bill on abortion ban. With this bill, Republicans have criminalized the women’s right  over their own bodies. The bill mandated that abortion cannot be performed, even in the cases of rape and incest. With this step,…

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Sanders to Join Ed Markey and Ocasio-Cortez in Howard University Rally

Sanders to Join Ed Markey and Ocasio-Cortez in Howard University Rally

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Last updated on May 15th, 2019Monday night at Howard University will witness Democratic Senator and 2020 presidential election candidate Bernie Sanders taking part in the final rally of Green New Deal. He will be participating in the rally alongside of Junior Democratic Senator of Massachusetts, Ed Markey. The rally at the University on Monday night…

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