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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), under the direction of Rohit Chopra, is taking significant steps to address the issue of medical debt in the U.S. Recognizing the financial strain that healthcare costs place on millions of Americans, the CFPB is developing regulations to exclude medical bills from consumer credit reports. This initiative aims to […]

In Georgia, a bill to sever all connections with the American Library Association (ALA) is advancing through the state legislature. This move comes amid concerns from some conservatives over the ALA’s perceived politicization, particularly regarding its influence on public and school library collections. The bill, sponsored by Republican state Sen. Larry Walker, was motivated by […]

The Monroe County Board of Elections is notifying voters about upcoming primary elections on April 2, 2024, through postcards mailed to them. These postcards will provide crucial information regarding their designated polling places, which might have changed due to redistricting and other factors. Democratic and Republican Board of Elections commissioners Jackie Ortiz and Lisa Nicolay […]

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has announced he will step down from his leadership role in November, marking the end of his tenure as the longest-serving Senate GOP leader. McConnell, known for his strategic influence in reshaping the federal judiciary and the Senate, made the announcement in an emotional speech, signaling the end of a […]

The U.S. Supreme Court heard pivotal cases on Monday that challenge social media laws enacted by Texas and Florida, in what legal experts deem the most significant First Amendment cases in a generation. These laws, a response to perceived censorship of conservative viewpoints by major social media platforms, particularly after the platforms banned former President […]

The Alabama Supreme Court’s recent ruling categorizes frozen embryos as “extrauterine children.” Stemming from a wrongful death lawsuit after a fertility clinic accident, the ruling aligns with the state’s Wrongful Death of a Minor Act. The decision has led to a temporary halt in IVF treatments by some Alabama providers, with legislative clarifications pending. IVF […]

A Manhattan jury has held three top executives of the National Rifle Association (NRA), including former CEO Wayne LaPierre, accountable in a civil trial centered on corruption and misuse of funds. The trial, initiated by New York Attorney General Letitia James, accused LaPierre and others of diverting millions in donations for personal luxury. LaPierre, who […]

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February 22, 2024

President Joe Biden announced the automatic cancellation of federal student loans for nearly 153,000 borrowers under the new SAVE program. This initiative, part of a broader repayment plan offering a quicker route to forgiveness, will see the first round of cancellations clearing $1.2 billion in loans for those who have been repaying for a decade […]

At Sneaker Con Philadelphia, Donald Trump, the Republican presidential candidate and former president, launched his Never Surrender High-Tops, a line of golden sneakers priced at $399. These sneakers, adorned with an American flag and a “T” symbol, mark Trump’s entry into the sneaker market, a venture he claims to have considered for over a decade. […]


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