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Joe Biden presidency: Five huge challenges looming

There's a famous quip by boxer Mike Tyson - that "everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth" - and it's applicable to politics. Joe Biden started his presidency full of plans - for Covid-19 relief, infrastructure investment and expanding government safety nets. He has spent the...
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A Rare First-Edition Copy of the US Constitution Could Fetch $20 Million at Auction

We’ll soon find out just how big of a price tag you can put on US history. This November, Sotheby’s will auction off a first-edition printing of the US Constitution as part of a sale of historic documents belonging to Dorothy Tapper Goldman, reports CNN. One of only 11 copies still in existence, the document could fetch as much as $20 million. Drafted during secret meetings in Philadelphia in 1787, the Constitution of the United States’s seven articles outline the framework of American democracy. This particular copy is one of 500 unsigned “official editions” based on the document’s final text, each of...
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Governor Abbott falls in polls as both Beto and McConaughey consider entering battle for Texas

Texas governor Greg Abbott could be headed for a rocky reelection fight next year if recent polling trends continue over the next 12 months.The conservative hardliner faces two high-profile potential challengers who have expressed interest in seeking the governor’s mansion: Beto O’Rourke, former congressman and US Senate candidate who came within just a few percentage points of ousting senator Ted Cruz in 2018; and Matthew McConaughey, the Oscar-winning actor and Texas native.Recent polls suggest the governor is more vulnerable than ever before. A survey taken this month by the University of Texas at Tyler for the Dallas Morning News found...
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New York Post

Texas doctor faces first suits under strict, new anti-abortion law

A doctor in Texas was sued under the state’s new anti-abortion law on Monday after publicly revealing that he defied the near-total ban on performing the procedure to see whether it stands up in court. Dr. Alan Baird of San Antonio became the first abortion provider to face legal action...
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Boston Globe

Alabama begins removing racist language from its constitution

The last time Alabama politicians rewrote their state constitution, back in 1901, their aspirations were explicitly racist: “to establish white supremacy in this state.”. “The new constitution eliminates the ignorant Negro vote and places the control of our government where God Almighty intended it should be — with the Anglo-Saxon race,” said John Knox, the president of the constitutional convention, in a speech encouraging voters to ratify the document that year.
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Supreme Court sets argument date for Mississippi abortion case

The US Supreme Court announced Monday that it will hear arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization on Wednesday December 1. In the wake of Texas’ six-week abortion ban, Dobbs has become a highly anticipated ruling that could affirm or eliminate the right to abortion established by Roe v. Wade in 1973.
MISSISSIPPI STATE
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Esports Bill Creates New Betting Market in New Jersey

The esports industry in New Jersey has been properly integrated into the state’s gambling sector. At the end of June 2021 the bi-partisan bill A637, casually known as the esports betting bill, was signed into law, and now on any NJ online casino you might be able to bet on esports competitions.
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al-khaleejtoday.net

Biden calls on US Supreme Court to protect abortion rights

Hello and welcome to the details of Biden calls on US Supreme Court to protect abortion rights and now with the details. WASHINGTON, Sept 21 ― President Joe Biden's administration urged the US Supreme Court yesterday not to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling that legalised abortion nationwide in an upcoming case concerning a restrictive Mississippi law.
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The Independent

62 per cent of Americans want Roe v Wade left alone

As the US Supreme Court looks to examine a legal challenge to two landmark abortion cases – Roe v Wade and Planned Parenthood v Casey – a new poll finds that nearly two-thirds of Americans want abortion rights to remain enshrined and the legal precedent upheld. In a Monmouth University...
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commonwealthmagazine.org

SJC was right on Baker’s emergency orders

COVID-19 hasn’t disappeared and the SJC was still right about the governor’s emergency orders. AT THIS WRITING, many Massachusetts communities are imposing new mask rules to address the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, while public and private sector leaders are debating the merits of requiring vaccinations. For his part, Gov. Charlie Baker has mandated vaccinations for executive branch employees, but he has said he does not plan to utilize his authority to impose new statewide restrictions.
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texasnewstoday.com

Megan Rapinoe, Other Female Athletes Support Abortion Right in US Supreme Court

File Photo: Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala-Met Gala-USA: Fashion Lexicon-Arrival-New York City, USA-September 13, 2021. Sergio Hudson soccer player Megan Rapinoe.Reuters / Mario Anzuoni / File Photo September 20, 2021. Lawrence Harley. Washington (Reuters) – A group of prominent female athletes, including soccer star Megan Rapinoe and basketball...
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