The bill to ban gender-affirming treatment for minors now goes to the Senate.
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The Republican governor who believes in less government regulation of private business is attacking a private business.
The lawyer was hired to represent Rep. Santos in a criminal case in Brazil, according to Brazilian media.
Congressman Matt Gaetz wants "inspirational constituents" to lead the pledge at House meetings. Out Rep. Cicilline wondered if those who try to overthrow the government should be allowed the opportunity.
The staffer known in court documents as "John Doe" says Caroline Wren defamed him by lying about him on Twitter.
Bills seeking to restrict gender-affirming care have been introduced in 21 states so far this year — and in one of those, Utah, a bill has become law.
The attacks seem to have started after the anti-LGBTQ+ social media account Libs of TikTok went after the prom.
Florida's Speaker of the House introduced a bill this week allowing concealed weapons to be carried without a permit.
The New York congressman, famous for his fibs, reportedly told his colleagues that he'd temporarily step aside because he was becoming a distraction.
He’s supported our community for decades, he's the only Democratic statewide official left in Ohio, and he's happy about the state having the first drag queen food truck.
Robert Garcia, a Democrat, says that he's going to sway and sashay past his Republican colleagues to make a splash.