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Tennessee Court of Appeals upholds decision finding Gov. Bill Lee’s education savings account program unconstitutional

Tennessee Court of Appeals upholds decision finding Gov. Bill Lee’s education savings account program unconstitutional

Gov. Bill Lee's education savings account program took another hit Tuesday, with the Tennessee Court of Appeals upholding a lower court's decision that the controversial plan is unconstitutional. A three-member panel of the Court of Appeals upheld a previous decision by Davidson County Chancery Court…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Minneapolis police investigating ballot harvesting claims amid allegations surrounding Omar

Minneapolis police investigating ballot harvesting claims amid allegations surrounding Omar

The Minneapolis Police Department is investigating claims by right-wing activist group Project Veritas that individuals tied to Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., engaged in illegal ballot harvesting before the election. "The Minneapolis Police Department is aware of the allegations of vote harvesting. We are in the…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Louisville is virtually deserted as cops put curfews in place to control protests after report was released contradicting the Kentucky AG’s claim that Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend shot a cop during botched raid

Louisville is virtually deserted as cops put curfews in place to control protests after report was released contradicting the Kentucky AG’s claim that Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend shot a cop during botched raid

Louisville was virtually deserted Sunday evening amid curfews to control protests after a grand jury declined to charge officers in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor. Mayor Greg Fischer had urged people to begin heading home about an hour before the curfew was set to…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Monday, September 28, 2020
Missouri Governor Parson activates National Guard following ‘recent instances of civil unrest across the country’

Missouri Governor Parson activates National Guard following ‘recent instances of civil unrest across the country’

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson activated the National Guard on Thursday in response to the national unrest over the Breonna Taylor case in Kentucky. In a statement, Parson called the move a "proactive approach" and said the Missouri State Highway Patrol is also standing by in…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Friday, September 25, 2020
Gov. Beshear sends 500 National Guard troops to Louisville for Breonna Taylor protests

Gov. Beshear sends 500 National Guard troops to Louisville for Breonna Taylor protests

About 500 Kentucky National Guard members have been sent to Louisville on Wednesday amid the fallout from the grand jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case. Gov. Andy Beshear authorized the deployment of the guard Wednesday morning, guard spokesman Maj. Stephen Martin said. The guard…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Thursday, September 24, 2020
New York considers hiking taxes for the rich to fill COVID-19 hole

New York considers hiking taxes for the rich to fill COVID-19 hole

Policymakers in New York are debating whether to raise state taxes on wealthy residents to address fiscal challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic. State lawmakers and outside groups argue that raising taxes on the rich would help to minimize cuts to spending on valuable services.…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Biden has Ohio back in play. But voters in once-Democratic strongholds keep faith in Trump.

Biden has Ohio back in play. But voters in once-Democratic strongholds keep faith in Trump.

WARREN, Ohio — Howard Walters, 56, acknowledges that his economic fortunes haven't improved much since he voted for Donald Trump four years ago. But he's still inclined to give the president another chance. "Trump can be a moron half of the time, but he's so…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Tuesday, September 22, 2020
A toilet and a sign: Statement or not, it may be illegal, Ingham County clerk contends

A toilet and a sign: Statement or not, it may be illegal, Ingham County clerk contends

MASON – A toilet perched on a front lawn, accompanied by a sign saying, "Place Mail In Ballots Here," might be construed as a political statement of sorts. However you interpret it, Ingham County Clerk Barb Byrum said, it might be illegal. "It's solicitation of…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Monday, September 21, 2020
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Extends Vote By Mail Deadline, Allows Drop Boxes

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Extends Vote By Mail Deadline, Allows Drop Boxes

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court handed down several voting-related decisions Thursday that are likely to help Democrats this fall. The court extended the deadline for accepting mail ballots, will allow voters to submit their ballots through drop boxes and removed the Green Party's candidate for president…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Friday, September 18, 2020
Trump campaign seeks to stop NJ early vote count pending lawsuit

Trump campaign seeks to stop NJ early vote count pending lawsuit

President Trump’s reelection campaign asked a federal judge Wednesday to prevent New Jersey election officials from counting mail-in ballots beginning 10 days ahead of Election Day until a lawsuit is settled. “The public interest obviously weighs in favor of enjoining the government from violating federal…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Thursday, September 17, 2020
In Florida, as race tightens, Biden outlines a plan for Puerto Rico’s recovery

In Florida, as race tightens, Biden outlines a plan for Puerto Rico’s recovery

MIAMI — During his first visit to Florida as the Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden on Tuesday appealed directly to hundreds of thousands of Puerto Rican voters living in the state by releasing a long-awaited plan to help their bankrupt and storm-battered island rebuild and…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Wisconsin’s top court keeps Green Party off ballot, allows absentee balloting to resume

Wisconsin’s top court keeps Green Party off ballot, allows absentee balloting to resume

Wisconsin’s Supreme Court on Monday voted 4-3 to keep the Green Party off the state's ballot in a ruling that avoids further election delays and allows absentee ballots to resume being mailed to voters. The decision comes after the court, which has a conservative majority,…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Tuesday, September 15, 2020

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