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Second Amendment ‘sanctuary county’ movement expands as organizers take aim at new gun laws

It was no accident Effingham County’s resolution to protect the rights of gun owners stole an important word from the very people the resolution was intended to provoke, supporters of the country’s sanctuary cities movement. Effingham County State’s Attorney Bryan Kibler last month told a…
By 1776 Coalition | Monday, April 22, 2019

Bill to scrub voter rolls of non-citizens could make immigration status public

As several bills aimed at shaping the 2020 election are set to make a landing in the Legislature this year, a set of bills aimed at ensuring non-citizens are removed from voter rolls is set up for a floor vote. SB 230 and HB 131…
By 1776 Coalition | Friday, April 19, 2019

Bill to scrub voter rolls of non-citizens could make immigration status public

As several bills aimed at shaping the 2020 election are set to make a landing in the Legislature this year, a set of bills aimed at ensuring non-citizens are removed from voter rolls is set up for a floor vote. SB 230 and HB 131…
By 1776 Coalition | Friday, April 19, 2019

Cooper vetoes NC ‘abortion survivors’ bill

Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed a controversial abortion bill Thursday, saying it’s unnecessary and ill-advised. The bill would create new criminal and civil penalties for infanticide, specifically for situations in which a baby survives an abortion procedure. The new punishments apply to doctors and nurses who…
By 1776 Coalition | Friday, April 19, 2019

Cooper vetoes NC ‘abortion survivors’ bill

Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed a controversial abortion bill Thursday, saying it’s unnecessary and ill-advised. The bill would create new criminal and civil penalties for infanticide, specifically for situations in which a baby survives an abortion procedure. The new punishments apply to doctors and nurses who…
By 1776 Coalition | Friday, April 19, 2019

Medical marijuana oil sales signed into Georgia law

Gov. Brian Kemp on Wednesday signed into law a bill to grow and sell medical marijuana in Georgia, a milestone for patients who are allowed to use the drug but had no way to buy it. The new law creates a new but limited marijuana…
By 1776 Coalition | Thursday, April 18, 2019

Florida House votes to require parental consent for minors to obtain abortions

A controversial bill passed by the Florida House Wednesday could require minors to have the consent of their parents or guardians before they can have abortions, though the bill has yet to clear several hurdles in the Senate to pass in the final weeks of…
By 1776 Coalition | Thursday, April 18, 2019

Florida House votes to require parental consent for minors to obtain abortions

A controversial bill passed by the Florida House Wednesday could require minors to have the consent of their parents or guardians before they can have abortions, though the bill has yet to clear several hurdles in the Senate to pass in the final weeks of…
By 1776 Coalition | Thursday, April 18, 2019

Increasing presence of homeless people seeking shelter at San Francisco airport

San Francisco is struggling with a surge of homeless people seeking shelter inside San Francisco International Airport. San Francisco International Airport welcomes the world to the City by the Bay, but the airport said homeless people have discovered the airport as a temporary shelter; especially…
By 1776 Coalition | Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Ron DeSantis seeks free speech resolution allowing controversial speakers at Florida universities

Gov. Ron DeSantis said all of Florida’s colleges and universities should adopt a resolution similar to the “Chicago statement,” a statement on campus free speech that declares that all viewpoints should be allowed to be discussed on college campuses, even if they are ones students…
By 1776 Coalition | Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Yuma mayor declares emergency, warns of ‘imminent threat’ from release of migrant families

Yuma Mayor Doug Nicholls issued a proclamation of emergency, saying the continued mass release of migrants directly into his border community had become an “imminent threat” to life and property in the area. The city lacks the resources it needs to handle the migrants, he…
By 1776 Coalition | Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Florida returns to its Second Amendment roots after launching gun-control movement

Florida may have become the unlikely launchpad for modern gun-safety activism in the wake of one of the country’s worst school shootings, but the Sunshine State is quickly returning to its Gunshine State roots. A year after one of the country’s most conservative state Capitols…
By 1776 Coalition | Tuesday, April 16, 2019

North Carolina ‘born-alive’ abortion bill clears Senate

Abortion legislation in North Carolina focusing on what happens if a child is born during a failed late-term abortion has cleared the state Senate. The Republican-backed measure approved Monday evening would require doctors and nurses to medically treat a child born alive after the procedure…
By 1776 Coalition | Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Rahm ‘would welcome’ migrants Trump considers releasing to sanctuary cities

President Donald Trump says he’s “giving strong considerations” to placing “Illegal Immigrants in Sanctuary Cities only.” He tweeted that on Friday hours after the White House said the idea was no longer under consideration. Trump is accusing Democrats of failing to overhaul immigration laws and…
By 1776 Coalition | Monday, April 15, 2019

Georgia governor to sign medical marijuana expansion this week

Gov. Brian Kemp is set to sign a bill this week that allows medical marijuana patients to buy the cannabis oil they’re already legally allowed to use. Kemp’s office said he plans to sign House Bill 324 on Wednesday at the state Capitol, which would…
By 1776 Coalition | Monday, April 15, 2019

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