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Florida Sheriff Issues Arrest Warrant For Pastor Who Refused To Cancel Services

A Florida Sheriff has obtained an arrest warrant for a pastor who defied coronavirus social distancing orders and held church services on Sunday. Florida Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister issued a Monday warrant for megachurch pastor Rodney Howard-Browne after the pastor held two Sunday religious services at the River at Tampa Bay Church in Florida, the Tampa Bay Times reports.  ...

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Liberty University Accuses NYT Of Misleading Public Over Liberty Coronavirus Cases

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The president of Liberty University accused the New York Times of misleading the public over the amount of coronavirus cases at the university. Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. said Sunday that the New York Times had lied about the university, emphasizing that “there have been no cases of any on-campus student testing positive for coronavirus.” Falwell referred to a ...

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Northern Ireland Legalizes Abortion Without Limits For Babies With Severe Mental Or Physical Impairments

Northern Ireland has legalized abortion without limits for babies with severe mental or physical impairments. The law comes despite a consultation performed by the Northern Ireland Office that found that 79% of respondents did not support extending abortion access.  It is a “very sad day for Northern Ireland,” said former Northern Ireland minister Arlene Foster. Northern Ireland will soon enforce ...

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Irresponsible: Nevada Governor Bars Anti-Malaria Drugs For Coronavirus Treatment

The governor of Nevada has barred the use of anti-malaria drugs within the state after President Donald Trump said that the medication could be used as treatment for COVID-19. Democratic Nevada Gov. Stephen F. Sisolak signed an emergency order Tuesday barring the use of the anti-malarial drugs chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine for treating patients diagnosed with the coronavirus, the Associated Press ...

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Viriginia Gun Shop Owners Warn Northam Against Closing Shops Over Coronavirus as Sales Skyrocket

“Make no mistake,” the governor said. “If you are essential and open, you have a special responsibility to do the right thing.” Northam’s guidance did not mention gun shops as either essential or nonessential, though he did list indoor shooting ranges as nonessential. He did not respond to a request for comment as to whether gun shops are considered essential. ...

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Northam Closes Virginia Schools For The Rest Of The Year, Shuts Down Nonessential Businesses

The governor of Virginia shut down Virginia schools until the end of the school year and nonessential businesses for the next 30 days. Democratic Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced the closures at a Monday afternoon press conference where he emphasized that keeping schools closed is an important way to prevent the virus, WAVY reports. BREAKING: Gov. Northam closes schools until ...

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The EARN IT Act Is A Bipartisan Effort To Protect Children On The Internet, But Tech Experts Say It Could ‘End The Internet As We Know It’

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GOP South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham’s EARN IT Act is a bipartisan effort to protect children online. But tech experts said the act would violate Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act and has the ability to “end the internet as we know it.” “The EARN IT Act could actually make law enforcement’s job significantly harder by ending today’s close ...

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‘COMPLETE AND UTTER BULL****’: Abortion Supporters Furious After Ohio Shuts Down ‘Nonessential’ Abortion Providers

Abortion supporters lashed out after Ohio ordered abortion providers to shut down in light of the coronavirus. Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost sent Friday letters to the Women’s Med Center in Dayton, Ohio and Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio’s Cincinnati Surgery Center ordering the abortion clinics to stop providing any services that require personal protective equipment, Ohio Attorney General spokeswoman ...

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Massachusetts Bans ‘Non-Essential’ Procedures Like Colonoscopies, Knee Replacements, Allows Abortions

Massachusetts hospitals may not perform “nonessential” procedures like colonoscopies or knee replacements, but they may continue to perform abortions. Massachusetts Bureau of Health Care Safety and Quality director Elizabeth Kelley released a March 15 memorandum explaining that all procedures which are “nonessential, elective invasive” procedures will be postponed or canceled while Massachusetts is under a state of emergency, according to ...

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Pornography Website Targets Underpaid McDonald’s Workers, Offers $100K To Participate In Porn

A pornography website is targeting McDonald’s workers suffering low wages during the coronavirus pandemic by offering these underpaid employees upwards of $100k a year to participate in pornographic content. Pornography platform and subscription website IsMyGirl presented the offer to over 500,000 McDonald’s employees who are experiencing a loss in income from the coronavirus in a Thursday press release. “As a ...

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Teachers Detail Pitfalls Of Remote Teaching During Coronavirus Crisis

Schools across the United States are suspending classes due to the coronavirus pandemic and instead teaching students remotely. Teachers warn that remote teaching can be effective under certain circumstances, but factors like age or accessibility to internet, technology, and meals may be drawbacks. “Remote teaching can work, but even under optimal conditions it requires considerable preparation and technology, which hasn’t ...

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‘ESSENTIAL TRAVEL ONLY’: DC Metro Announces Major Service Shutdowns

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority announced major service shutdowns Tuesday to address the ongoing coronavirus pandemic response. WMATA announced that taking into account “urgent” public guidance from regional leaders, “along with emergency orders to cancel events, close schools and offices, and limit social gatherings across the nation,” the metro service will be further reduced on both bus and rail. ...

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Trump Campaign Launches ‘Irish Americans For Trump’ On St Patrick’s Day

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President Donald Trump’s campaign announced the launch of “Irish Americans for Trump” Tuesday morning. The campaign announced the launch of the coalition on St. Patrick’s Day, saying that it will be a coalition to “commemorate Irish American contributions to our economy, military, and history.” The campaign also emphasized that Trump recently appointed former Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick ...

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White House Easter Egg Roll Canceled ‘Out Of An Abundance Of Caution’

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The White House Easter Egg Roll has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Office of the First Lady announced Monday that the Easter Egg Roll has been canceled “out of an abundance of caution and in accordance with the National Emergency Declaration concerning the COVID-19.” “The health and safety of all Americans must be the first priority, especially ...

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