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    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is warning colleagues in a new letter that Republicans will push to 'criminalize' abortion – with contraception and in vitro fertilization under threat following the leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion.    'Republicans have made clear that their goal will be to seek to criminalize abortion nationwide,' Pelosi wrote in a 'Dear Colleague' letter – as Democrats are facing pressure from their own base of supporters to push back with abortion rights under threat. 'Republican state legislators across the country are already advancing extreme new laws, seeking to arrest doctors for offering reproductive care, ban abortion entirely with no exceptions, and even charge women with murder who exercise their right to choose,' Pelosi wrote. 'These draconian measures could even criminalize contraceptive care, in vitro fertilization and post-miscarriage care, dragging our nation back to a dark time decades into the past.' 'Make no mistake: once Republicans have dispensed with precedent and privacy in overturning Roe, they will take aim at additional basic human rights. At this pivotal moment, the stakes for women – and every American –...
    Wisconsin gubernatorial candidate Rebecca Kleefisch, who is running in the GOP primary, released a new ad with a promise to fight for “a good living” for residents of the state. Kleefisch, whose campaign has been boosted by state and national Republicans, contended she would help individuals more than incumbent Governor Tony Evers. In the 30-second clip that will run on cable and broadcast television, the candidate pledges to invest in vocational training opportunities and lower taxes for residents of the state. “Working families in Wisconsin have a clear choice in this election. I’m Rebecca Kleefisch, and I’ll fight for those who work long hours and double shifts to provide for their families – cutting taxes and strengthening vocational training, so people can make a good living whether they go to college or not,” the candidate said in the ad. “And Tony Evers? He tried to raise your taxes during a pandemic while giving pay raises to his political pals in Madison. You deserve better than that,” she continued. Throughout her campaign, she has hammered Evers on his decisions during...
    TYSON FURY has called on the help of David Adeleye in sparring once again as he prepares to fight Dillian Whyte. The up-and-coming British heavyweight was drafted in for Fury's 2020 rematch with Deontay Wilder, which ended in a seventh-round win. 2David Adeleye pictured with Tyson Fury in 2020Credit: Instagram @davidadeleye1 Now, as the Gypsy King prepares for his return on April 23, he has once more brought in Adeleye - who stands 6ft 4in like Whyte, 33. The training partners were pictured with Fury's Morecambe gym, where he is preparing for the WBC title fight. He previously revealed American talent Jared Anderson, 22, and Anthony Joshua's old sparring partner Martin Bakole, 28, will join him too. Fury, 33, said: "I’ll bring in Jared Anderson from the US for sparring, I'll use David Adeleye. I’m also going to use Martin Bakole. READ MORE SUN STORIESCHELTENHAM FESTIVAL St Patrick's Day a huge hit but attention turns to Gold Cup on Friday "Bakole is AJ’s mate but I’ve seen interviews where he said he’s sparred us...
    EDDIE HEARN revealed Anthony Joshua is 'comfortable and happy' after changing his head coach. AJ announced Angel Fernandez - previously his assistant trainer - is now the main man in his corner. 2Eddie Hearn revealed Anthony Joshua is 'comfortable and happy' after changing his head coachCredit: Mark Robinson Matchroom Boxing But promoter Hearn did not rule other outsiders entering the team ahead of Joshua's return this year. He told iFL TV: “I’m sure there will be some other faces in the camp as well. He’s working well with Angel in Loughborough. "Angel’s been a big part of the team for quite a few fights, it’s really about AJ being comfortable and happy, and he is in that position.” Joshua, 32, first brought in Fernandez before beating Andy Ruiz Jr, 32, in their December 2019 rematch. He has frequently been seen holding pads for the heavyweight superstar, acting as No2 before Rob McCracken. AJ won gold under Team GB mastermind McCracken and became a two-time unified champion in the professional ranks. Most read in SportDEJI...
    The effort to fight all of the tragic consequences of human trafficking includes protecting women from unwanted abortion and lawmakers in Indiana passed legislation on Tuesday to prevent it in the state. On a 38-10 vote the Indiana Senate passed House Bill 1217 to prevent “coerced” abortions. Those who argued in favor of the bill said it is a necessary layer of protection to keep women in the state from being forced to have an abortion and to catch human traffickers. Critics said it will stigmatize a procedure that ends the lives of millions of unborn children in the United States every year. The Indianapolis Star reported on the legislation: Under House Bill 1217 any pregnant woman seeking an abortion would have to be informed both orally and in writing that no one can coerce the pregnant woman to have an abortion. If an abortion clinic employee suspects someone is being coerced — a Level 6 felony under the bill — they clinic must report it to law enforcement, who must then investigate. The clinic would then have to delay the abortion, and provide...
    An unvaccinated Alabama councilmember who opposed mask mandates and called vaccines a personal choice is battling COVID-19 pneumonia in hospital. Decatur Councilman Hunter Pepper, 19, was hospitalized September 16 after suffering complications from the virus. The politician who staunchly opposed mask mandates - calling them the ‘most government overreach in my 19 years on this earth - yesterday said ‘it feels terrible not to be able to breath.’ The teen who previously said he'd 'fight to the end' against mandatory face coverings is now fighting to breath.  Pepper shared his diagnosis on Facebook, where he said he was being treated at Decatur Morgan Hospital for difficulty breathing. ‘Well, it has finally happened to me,’ he said. ‘…Everything in me wants to tell myself it is something different but every way I look it’s “Covid this, Covid that” and it has terrified me and my family. ‘The media continues to report on Covid-19 and explains “Death” each time they do. That is honestly terrifying to me but I have faith in the lord. Maybe this will clear up soon and the...
    In a small but significant victory against Texas’ new draconian law limiting abortion access, a judge has temporarily blocked one of the state’s largest forced-birth groups and its vigilante pals from suing the nation’s largest provider of reproductive healthcare. The decision, which is by no means a permanent solution, comes as corporations headquartered or operating within the Lone Star State are also speaking out against the law. Reuters: Travis County District Judge Maya Guerra Gamble granted Planned Parenthood a temporary restraining order against the anti-abortion group, Texas Right to Life, blocking the group and its allies from using an unusual mechanism of the Texas law that enables private citizens to sue anyone who provides or "aids or abets" an abortion after six weeks. [...] Guerra Gamble said in her three-page written order that allowing the so-called private enforcement mechanism to go forward while Planned Parenthood took further legal action would cause "probable, irreparable and imminent injury" that could not be cured later. [...] The Travis County restraining order does not bar others from using the law against Planned Parenthood or other abortion providers...
    The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), the largest Protestant Christian church denomination in the United States, may pay a great price for its hesitance to address the spread of critical race theory even among conservative evangelicals. In June, the SBC met for its annual convention, the largest deliberative body in the world. Turnout was high, with nearly 16,000 “messengers” or church representatives present. This happened for two reasons: first, the 2020 convention had been canceled due to coronavirus lockdowns, and second, churches within the coalition were increasingly noticing fractures over social issues — namely, a Christianized version of “antiracism” that, for better or worse, has been given the catch-all label “critical race theory” (CRT). Critical Race Theory? In Church? Even before CRT became a hot issue in public education and government training materials, several Christian voices had raised the alarm about their institutions being infiltrated by proponents of the far-left ideology. Specifically in the SBC, several independent bloggers, YouTubers, and pastors warned that professors in the denomination’s seminaries were sounding quite CRT-ish. Of course, no one is openly announcing, “I believe...
    More On: britney spears Britney Spears superfan writes an open letter to the pop star’s conservators Britney Spears’ conservator slams dad Jamie’s ‘finger-pointing’ Britney Spears teases new ‘Red’ project in lingerie days after nude snap Britney Spears sends box of toys to sister Jamie Lynn’s kids He’s a lawyer 4 her. Attorney Mathew Rosengart will be Britney Spears’ new legal representation in her ongoing court battle against her conservatorship, Page Six can confirm. “Britney has had multiple conversations with Mathew in recent days,” a source told us Tuesday. “She was concerned about what was going to happen after Sam resigned as her lawyer, but Mathew has assured her that she will be in good hands if the judge appoints him.” “He has been keeping close tabs on her case for a while now and felt that her testimony last month was very compelling. He’ll be in court tomorrow.” Rosengart has worked for a number of A-listers including Ben Affleck, Steven Spielberg and Sean Penn. Spears’ lawyer since the 2008 start of the conservatorship, Samuel D. Ingham III, asked...
    BRITNEY Spears has finally named the high-power lawyer of her choice who will represent her in her fight to end dad Jamie's conservatorship. TMZ have reported that the Toxic singer's attorney has agreed to appear in court on Wednesday morning after she signed a legal document stating her wishes to hire the representative. 1Britney has selected a high-powered lawyer to represent her in courtCredit: GETTY Britney, 39, has asked lawyer Matthew Rosengart to attend her conservatorship hearing, which is set to continue in a Los Angeles court tomorrow. The star had previously set her sights on hiring the Greenberg Traurig partner, who is a former federal prosecutor. Rosengart has had a list of celebrity clients including Steven Spielberg, Ben Affleck, Jimmy Butler and Sean Penn. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The Sun is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For...
    Getty Dustin Poirier is the top-ranked contender in the UFC’s stacked lightweight division, and “The Diamond” has basically been guaranteed by UFC president Dana White to have the next crack at UFC lightweight champion Charles Oliveira. But after defeating UFC superstar Conor McGregor by TKO in the first round in the main event of UFC 264 on Saturday night in Las Vegas to punch that ticket to wherever he wants to go, Poirier has another huge choice to make in regards to his future with the company. Should Poirier take the immediate title shot? Or should he go after the fight that would earn him the most money possible? Here’s what awaits the winner of UFC 264. pic.twitter.com/xo9iePOGNB — Kelsey McCarson (@kelsey_mccarson) July 7, 2021 It’s the same choice he was faced with making before choosing to fight McGregor again in an immediate rematch after UFC 257, and now he’ll have to make a similar decision following UFC 264. Follow the Heavy on UFC Facebook page for the latest breaking news, rumors and content!Same Choice, Different OptionsAfter Poirier...
    President Biden and Senate Leader Schumer: Don't betray them and their fight. The burden on 50 Senate Democrats and President Joe Biden to save democracy became much heavier Thursday, and even more urgent. In a 6-3 majority opinion, the Supreme Court gutted what remained of the Voting Rights Act. This was not a shocking outcome. After all, the Supreme Court had already severely damaged the landmark civil rights law back in 2013, when it gave Republican states the green light to start enacting whatever outrageous racist voter suppression laws they wished. Arizona took them up on that offer, giving the court—with three new illegitimate justices appointed by the former insurrectionist in chief—the excuse to destroy the whole of the law. Which means the burden on the Senate goes beyond abolishing the filibuster and overruling the Supreme Court with new laws. A federal judiciary jam-packed with Donald Trump's illegitimate judges—including this Supreme Court—will make sure those laws don’t stand. xCan Democrats read this decision and tell me HOW THE HELL either the For the People Act, the John Lewis Act, or anything else, PASSES CONSTITUTIONAL MUSTER IN FRONT...
    Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on Wednesday praised President Joe Biden’s decision to fully withdraw all American troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11. “After sinking two decades of blood and treasure into wars in the Middle East, it’s time to bring our troops home. America does not need to fight forever wars. I applaud President Biden’s decision,” Schumer said. Biden announced Wednesday that American forces will start pulling out of Afghanistan on May 1 and said all American soldiers, “forces deployed by our NATO allies and operational partners” would be out of the country Sept. 11, 2021. (RELATED: Biden Vows To End ‘Forever War’ In Afghanistan) WATCH: The U.S. had agreed with the Taliban in 2020 to remove all troops from Afghanistan by May 1, 2021, provided that the Taliban maintained their end of the agreement to contain terrorism. Biden said in his first solo press conference as president in March that fulfilling that timeline would be difficult. When asked during the March press conference about whether he sees troops remaining in the Middle Eastern country in 2022, Biden...
    TALLAHASSEE(CBSMiami/NSF) – Republican legislative leaders are lauding a sweeping school-choice measure filed Thursday, while Senate Democrats have vowed to “fight like hell” against the proposal. The legislation, filed by Republican Sen. Manny Diaz of Hialeah, would expand eligibility for school-voucher programs, consolidate existing school-choice programs and allow parents to use taxpayer-backed education savings accounts for private schools and other costs. “Using funds Florida taxpayers have already dedicated to education, this legislation consolidates our scholarship programs to make it clear what options are available to parents, and expands eligibility to provide more options to more low income families and families with a child with unique abilities,” Diaz wrote in a press release on Thursday. Diaz’s proposal (SB 48) would expand the existing Family Empowerment Scholarship, which currently serves middle- and low-income students, in part by combining it with the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship. Under the Tax Credit Scholarship program, businesses receive tax credits for contributing money to nonprofit organizations that, in turn, provide scholarships to students to attend private schools. Diaz’s measure would also fold the Hope Scholarship program, which allows...
    TYSON FURY is being lined up to face Oscar Rivas ahead of his blockbuster bout against Anthony Joshua next year. The Gypsy King, 32, has walked away from talks over a trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder and insists he has 'moved on' to his next challenge. 4Fury has walked away from Wilder talks and wants a fight in the UK on December 5Credit: Rex Features 4The Colombian floored Whyte in his most recent boutCredit: Getty Images - Getty In the long-term that is a must-see clash against Joshua. But undefeated Fury, who last fought when seeing off the Bronze Bomber in February, is desperate for a warm-up bout on December 5. Swede Otto Wallin, who Fury beat by unanimous decision in September 2019, has thrown his name into contention. And Australian heavyweight Lucas Browne, 41, says he would be happy to take on Fury. Now you can add Rivas, 33, to the mix after the Colombian's co-promoter said his man would be the 'best and logical choice' for a scrap. Yvon Michel told Sky Sports: "Oscar is fit, available, ranked...
    CANELO ALVAREZ'S first-choice opponent for his next fight is Callum Smith, according to promoter Eddie Hearn. The Mexican is looking to get back out in September with a whole host of potential opponents rumoured. 2Four-weight world champ Canelo Alvarez wants to be back fighting in SeptemberCredit: Getty Images - Getty 2Callum Smith is reportedly Canelo's first-choice opponentCredit: Getty Images - Getty Billy Joe Saunders was believed to be in line for a clash on September 12, but the WBO super-middleweight champ ruled himself out. Saunders, who was fined £15,000 last month for sharing video that appeared to condone domestic violence, claimed he needed more training time. Now Hearn, who promotes both Saunders and Smith, and works with Canelo through the Dazn partnership believes it's the WBA champ who Canelo wants next. Speaking to Boxing Social, the Matchroom boss said: “I don’t think they’ve [Golden Boy Promotions] done a deal with anyone yet so far. "But I’m almost certain that Canelo’s first choice is Callum Smith of the people available. “It would make him the legitimate No1 168-pounder if he beat...
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