February 20, 2024 10:39 AM

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Hobbs’ transgender healthcare coverage sparks controversy – The Center Square

Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs signed two executive orders on June 27, giving additional protections to the state’s LGBTQ residents. The first order, Executive Order 2023-12, establishes that any “medically necessary” gender reassignment surgeries for state employees will be paid for through their health care coverage. The second, Executive Order 2023-13, bars any state agencies from funding, promoting

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Opinion: Joe Biden Turns the American Government Into Wokeness, Inc. – Ben Shapiro

Last week, as Presidents Day weekend loomed, the Biden administration dropped a little-noticed executive order. That executive order happened to be one of the broadest, most transformative executive orders in modern American history; it turned the federal government into one giant machine designed for the propagation of woke principles. The so-called “Executive Order On Further

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Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs creates independent prison oversight commission – Cronkite News

Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs signed her sixth executive order Wednesday, establishing an independent prison oversight commission to improve the transparency and accountability of Arizona’s corrections system. The order comes after a federal judge this month directed the Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry to make “substantial” changes to improve medical and mental health care at Arizona prisons.

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Joe Biden is Solely Responsible for Skyrocketing Gasoline Prices – Rep. Paul Gosar

This week, Congress voted to suspend energy imports from Russia after Joe Biden earlier announced that he would be suspending oil and gas imports from Russia. The fact is, Republicans in Congress got played by going along with Biden.  I was one of only 17 members of Congress to vote against this hastily drafted legislation. And


Agenda languishing, Democrats press Biden to go it alone

Top Democrats are pleading for President Joe Biden to act alone on some of the party’s core legislative priorities, viewing executive action as their best hope of delivering on their promises and energizing liberal voters they worry are going to sit out the elections in November. In areas like voting rights, police reform and immigration

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