Administration Considers Michigan Oil Pipeline Shutdown

Prices will skyrocket anyway, Energy Secretary says.  President Biden’s administration is considering shutting down a Michigan oil pipeline as they continue to move America away from fossil fuels.…

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President Ends Work Requirements for Medicaid

Healthcare coverage no longer tied to job or student status. This week, President Biden reversed executive allowances given to Michigan and Wisconsin to place work requirements on Medicaid…

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Supreme Court Will Not Hear Election Integrity Case

Last remaining legal challenge to the results of the 2020 presidential election. On Monday, the Supreme Court declined to hear the final pending case relating to the 2020…

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Seventeen States File in Support of Texas Lawsuit

President Trump also seeks to intervene. Texas drew support Wednesday from 17 other states that are backing its Supreme Court bid to block election certification in contested states.…

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Wisconsin High Court Declines Trump Campaign Challenge

Sends case to lower court, does not rule on the merit of the evidence provided.  The Wisconsin Supreme Court voted this past week to decline to hear the…

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Congressman Asks DOJ to Investigate Wisconsin Riots

Wisconsin representative concerned over coordination and funding of unrest in Kenosha. U.S. Representative Bryan Steil of Wisconsin has requested that Attorney General William Barr and the Department of…

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Battleground States Extend Mail-in Vote Window

Postmarked ballots will be accepted up to nine days after election in some states.  Several states announced this week that they would be extending the window of time…

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President Trump Visiting Kenosha, Wisconsin

Governor had requested the president reconsider, fearing increased unrest. Last week, President Trump said that he would go to Kenosha, Wisconsin, to visit the site of devastating demonstrations…

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