Tuesday Executive News Summary
Warnock’s BIG Lie, Title IX petition denied, North Korean nukes, and more.
Top of the Fold
- Senator Raphael Warnock admits to signing email with false information about Georgia voting law (Fox News)
“The Washington Post flagged an email Warnock signed from the liberal nonprofit 3.14 Action as an example of Democratic misinformation about the sweeping Georgia voting reforms, as it claimed the new law restricted weekend early voting and ended no-excuse mail voting. ‘Sen. Raphael G. Warnock, one of two new Democratic senators representing Georgia, signed an email sent out by the advocacy group 3.14 Action after the law passed, which claimed it ended no-excuse mail voting and restricted early voting on the weekends — also early proposals that did not become law,’ the Post reported. Those ideas were considered but did not make it into the final bill, which actually expands early voting in Georgia to 17 days, including two Saturdays. It also still allows no-excuse absentee voting, albeit with a shorter window of 67 days to apply. The statement went out on March 30, five days after Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, a Republican, signed the final bill into law.”
- Biden administration denies feminist group‘s petition to define Title IX by biological sex (Disrn)
“Title IX is a civil rights law that prohibits sex-based discrimination in institutions that receive federal funds. The policy seeks to provide women with equal opportunities in sports and academics. WoLF [Women’s Liberation Front] submitted the request over concerns with President Biden’s March 8 executive order that eliminates single-sex sports by allowing transgender athletes to compete in the gender of their choice. WoLF argues that allowing biological males to compete in women’s sports will erase the protections of Title IX.”
North Korea may have almost 250 nuclear weapons by 2027 (UPI)
Minnesota police, rioters clash after Daunte Wright shooting (Fox News) | Police officer meant to use Taser, not gun (AP) | Brooklyn Center city manager fired after defending due process for officer (Washington Examiner) | Portland police declare riot after vigil (Fox News)
U.S. will temporarily halt Johnson & Johnson’s COVID vaccine after women develop blood clots (NY Post)
Voting integrity: New Arizona law bans outside money to help influence elections (Daily Signal)
Policy: Should government track the miles you drive? (Daily Signal)
Policy: Seven steps to solve the border crisis (Heritage Foundation)
Humor: “'It’s still not safe to go outside,” says Anthony Fauci’s head in a jar in year 2739 (Babylon Bee)
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