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Florida bipartisan bill would impose privacy regulations on anti-abortion pregnancy centers

State Sens. Evelyn Lynn, R-Daytona Beach, and Stephen Wise, R-Jacksonville (Pic by Office of Senate President, via flsenate.gov) Two state lawmakers — one Democrat, one Republican — have come together to file legislation that would require pregnancy resource centers, or crisis pregnancy centers, to protect the private medical information of women who visit them. The Pregnancy Confidentiality Act was filed by state Rep
Jul 31, 2020

Florida bipartisan bill would impose privacy regulations on anti-abortion pregnancy centers

Florida bipartisan bill would impose privacy regulations on anti-abortion pregnancy centers

State Sens. Evelyn Lynn, R-Daytona Beach, and Stephen Wise, R-Jacksonville (Pic by Office of Senate President, via flsenate.gov) Two state lawmakers — one Democrat, one Republican — have come together to file legislation that would require pregnancy resource centers, or crisis pregnancy centers, to protect the private medical information of women who visit them. The Pregnancy Confidentiality Act was filed by state Rep
State Sens. Evelyn Lynn, R-Daytona Beach, and Stephen Wise, R-Jacksonville (Pic by Office of Senate President, via flsenate.gov) Two state lawmakers — one Democrat, one Republican — have come together to file legislation that would require pregnancy resource centers, or crisis pregnancy centers, to protect the private medical information of women who visit them. The Pregnancy Confidentiality Act was filed by state Rep
Jul 31, 2020

Rep. Kline helps push bill for religious school vouchers in Washington, D.C.

Rep. Kline helps push bill for religious school vouchers in Washington, D.C.

Rep. John Kline, chair of the House Education and Labor Committee, is one of five sponsors of a bill that would continue a controversial religious school voucher program in Washington, D.C.. The program, which was launched for a five-year trial in 2003, was found to have failed to improve student achievement in the district, but did have a benefit for social conservatives — it helped fund religious education in the nation’s capitol city
Rep. John Kline, chair of the House Education and Labor Committee, is one of five sponsors of a bill that would continue a controversial religious school voucher program in Washington, D.C.. The program, which was launched for a five-year trial in 2003, was found to have failed to improve student achievement in the district, but did have a benefit for social conservatives — it helped fund religious education in the nation’s capitol city
Jul 31, 2020

New Home Sales Plummet to Record Low

New Home Sales Plummet to Record Low

Today, the Commerce Department reported that sales of new homes, well, went off a cliff after the expiry of the Obama administration homebuyer tax credits. In
Today, the Commerce Department reported that sales of new homes, well, went off a cliff after the expiry of the Obama administration homebuyer tax credits. In
Jul 31, 2020
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