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In at least 12 states right now,efforts are afoot that include actually criminalizing health care for transgender youth (as in, send doctors to prison for following medical treatment protocols to help trans youth) as well as banning all transgender young people from participating in age-appropriate athletic programs. These bills are just another opportunity to repeat (and, they hope, enact into law) myths about trans women and girls. Last year, Idaho, in fact, passed a wholesale ban on transgender women and girls participating in women’s sports. Meanwhile, Alabama, Missouri, Texas, Mississippi, Montana, Indiana, New Hampshire and Utah — so far — have also introduced bills that would criminalize or otherwise ban gender-affirming care for transgender youth. Given this, these anti-science bills cannot be understood as motivated by concerns about children or their ability to consent to medical treatment.
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ET Presidential Transition Live Updates: Biden Pushes Forward With Agenda as Anxiety Hangs Over Washington The president-elect announced a series of executive actions for his first 10 days in office. On his first day in office alone, Mr. Biden intends a flurry of executive orders that will be partly substantive and partly symbolic. Michael D. Shear andAdvertisement Continue reading the main storyLoews Hotels says it won’t host a fund-raiser with Senator Josh Hawley. Ms. Harris chose Justice Sotomayor for the task, according to a Harris aide who was confirming a report by ABC News. The vice president-elect and Justice Sotomayor have a shared background as former prosecutors.
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President-elect Joe Biden introduced a $1.9 trillion stimulus plan. Loews Hotels said it cancelled a February fundraiser for Senator Josh Hawley. Kevin Lamarque/ReutersOn Thursday, Biden released a massive $1.9 trillion stimulus plan, the "American Rescue Plan." Loews Hotels cancelled an event supporting Senator Josh HawleyA "Resign Hawley" sign painted on the street during a protest against Senator Josh Hawley in St Louis, Missouri, on January 9, 2021. Lawrence Bryant/ReutersLoews Hotels on Saturday said it had cancelled a February fundraiser for Senator Josh Hawley.
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Will Install a Trump Loyalist as Its General Counsel Vice President-elect Kamala Harris plans to resign from her Senate seat on Monday. The Justice Department, under pressure from Mr. Trump, has sued Mr. Bolton to recoup his profits from book. Representative Jamie Raskin, center, with Speaker Nancy Pelosi at a meeting of House impeachment managers on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. He also claimed, without further explanation, that Mr. Trump was “trying to heal the nation.” But even as Mr. Graham lobbied his Republican colleagues to vote against convicting Mr. Trump and offered a stream of flattery about the president’s success in office, he rejected the suggestion that Mr. Trump should pardon any members of the mob before leaving office. Without specifically mentioning Mr. Trump, Mr. Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris drew an implicit contrast with his administration’s dismissive attitude toward expert opinion.
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Trump wrote on Twitter in 2018 that he had the “absolute right” to pardon himself. Others have argued that a self-pardon is constitutional because the pardon power is very broadly worded in the Constitution. Why would Trump pardon himself? A pardon cannot cover future conduct, but a pardon can be preemptive in the sense that it can cover conduct that has not yet resulted in legal proceedings. The Nixon pardon is an example, and there are others.
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Companies debarred by the federal government are not supposed to receive these low-interest federally backed loans, according to the requirements for the PPP program. The SBA’s inspector general’s latest report said it found “serious concerns about improper payments” in the PPP program, including money going to debarred companies. “I’m hopeful that the incoming Administration will implement timely measures to improve oversight.”Dodging requirementsSince the PPP program began, it has required companies seeking loans to confirmthey have not been debarred. But the SBA said it is examining loan forgiveness applications and would reject requests from any debarred company it finds. It was approved for a $300,000 PPP loan even though it has been debarred since 2012.
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Black Americans are receiving Covid vaccinations at dramatically lower rates than white Americans in the first weeks of the chaotic rollout, according to a new Kaiser Health News analysis. But in every state, Black Americans were significantly underrepresented among people vaccinated so far. Black, Hispanic and Native Americans are dying from Covid at nearly three times the rate of white Americans, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention analysis. And non-Hispanic Black and Asian health care workers are more likely to contract Covid and to die from it than white workers. Just over half of Black Americans who plan to get the vaccine said they’d wait to see how well it’s working in others before getting it themselves, compared with 36 percent of white Americans.
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SAN DIEGO — Summer weather made a winter appearance in Southern California, where multiple records fell Friday, while the East Coast braces for a snowstorm that brought blizzard conditions to parts of the Midwest. The warmth and Santa Ana winds were met by high surf, with waves as high as 20 feet forecast for the Central California coast and 10-foot waves expected at some Southern California beaches. Southern California should see another couple days of summer-like temperatures. "Critical fire weather conditions" were forecast for greater Los Angeles on Saturday. Rain is possible next week for a parched Southern California, Hall said.
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Loews Hotels says it won’t host a fund-raiser with Senator Josh Hawley.
  + stars: | 2021-01-16 | by ( Michael Levenson | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +1 min
Loews Hotels said on Saturday that it would not host a fund-raiser with Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri, the latest indication that many companies are distancing themselves from Republicans who voted to overturn the election results. Fighting for Missouri, a political action committee affiliated with Mr. Hawley, had planned to host a “fun-filled, family-friendly Orlando weekend event” with the senator at the Loews Portofino Bay Hotel in Orlando, Fla., from Feb. 12 to Feb. 15, according to an invitation for the event. Tickets were being sold for $1,000 to $5,000, depending on the size of the group. “We are horrified and opposed to the events at the Capitol and all who supported and incited the actions,” the company said on Twitter. “In light of those events and for the safety of our guests and team members, we have informed the host of the Feb. fund-raiser that it will no longer be held at Loews Hotels.”
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Loews Hotels on Saturday nixed a February fundraiser for US Senator Josh Hawley, as the lawmaker continues to receive backlash in the wake of the January 6 Capitol siege. "I will not be deterred from representing my constituents and I will not bow to left wing corporate pressure," Hawley said in a statement Saturday. Loews Hotels said Saturday it has canceled an upcoming fundraiser for US Senator Josh Hawley, the latest fallout for the Republican lawmaker after the US Capitol uprising. The event had been scheduled for February at its Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando, hosted by Hawley-affiliated political committee, Fighting for Missouri, according to the Orlando Sentinel. On its website, the new PAC calls Hawley and other officials who backed baseless claims of voter fraud in the presidential election "traitors."
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Montana Republican targets transgender youth with 2 new bills
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Dan Avery | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
A Republican lawmaker in Montana has introduced a pair of bills targeting transgender youth. Montana State LegislatureFuller told Montana Public Radio that, as a former women’s soccer coach, he believes allowing transgender girls to play on women’s teams is unfair. Readings for both Montana bills were rescheduled from Wednesday to Jan. 20 to allow for public comment. Republicans, who currently control both chambers of the Montana state Legislature, will have until April to pass the measure this legislative session. “Make no mistake: these bills target and attack trans youth and will cause them serious and lasting harm,” ACLU of Montana Executive Director Caitlin Borgmann said in a statement.
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And some of the most populous states are still slow to release data online. California has yet to release daily vaccination data online. Los Angeles County is reporting data though, as is New York City, which published vaccination data online before the state did. Even so, the CDC has not yet released data on race, age or home locations within states. ET): An earlier version of the chart in this article incorrectly stated that Arizona does not have a Covid-19 vaccine data dashboard.
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CHICAGO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Many U.S. pharmacies, including those inside Kroger Co supermarkets and the drugstore chain of CVS Health Corp, say they will not be checking IDs before administering COVID-19 vaccines, leaving the door open to those who do not meet states’ guidelines to jump the line. FILE PHOTO: Healthcare workers prepare Pfizer coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccinations in Los Angeles, California, U.S., January 7, 2021. The biggest U.S. grocery chain has so far administered about 7,800 COVID-19 vaccines to healthcare workers and nursing home staff and residents. Others are adhering to strict guidelines meant to assure that scarce coronavirus vaccine supplies went first to healthcare workers, nursing home residents and first responders. “We are not planning to ask for ID to receive a COVID-19 vaccination,” a CVS Health spokesman said.
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Opinion | ‘Stop the Steal’ Didn’t Start With Trump
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Jamelle Bouie | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
To explain the attack on the Capitol, you can’t just turn your focus to Donald Trump and his enablers. You must also look at the individuals and institutions that fanned fears of “voter fraud” to the point of hysteria among conservative voters, long before Trump. Put another way, the difference between a riot seeking to overturn an election and an effort to suppress opposing votes is one of legality, not intent. And the residents of cemeteries have infamously shown up at the polls on Election Day. The Republican National Committee supported this push, claiming to have evidence that thousands of voters had cast more than one ballot in the same election.
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Democratic Party members are largely unified in their support for President-elect Biden's COVID-19 stimulus. The issue of $2,000 checks – now reduced to $1,400 — has caused some complaints, but the party appears to be largely backing Biden's plan. Congressional Democrats are largely unified in their support for President-elect Joe Biden's COVID-19 stimulus plan, contrasting sharply with the GOP divisions on the previous package. This third stimulus plan includes $1,400 relief checks for Americans, which would make a total of $2,000 when combined with the $600 in the most recent package. There has nonetheless been dissent over the $1,400 checks from progressives, who argue that the new stimulus checks should be $2,000 by themselves.
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The arrival of the B-21 is still years away, and the Air Force has said about it, but the service has already said the first B-21 base would be at Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota. In 2019, the service announced that the first operational B-21 base would be at Ellsworth Air Force Base, South Dakota, which will also host the bomber's first formal training unit. Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, is the service's preferred alternative. The B-21 stealth bomber. However, Gen. Tim Ray, head of Air Force Global Strike Command, has often proposed a bomber force of more than 200 aircraft.
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ET Retail Sales Slump as Economic Recovery Shows Signs of Stalling: Live Updates RIGHT NOW Banks are starting to release their rainy-day reserves, giving their earnings a boost. JPMorgan Chase reported earnings of just over $12 billion, although the increase was attributed mostly to the newly freed funds. Still, the economic recovery that many thought would come once vaccinations began has been postponed, at least until the spring. Those gains have come even as fresh data shows the economic damage being done by the pandemic. On Friday, the Commerce Department said retail sales fell for a third-straight month in December, despite the holiday shopping season.
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ET Stocks Slip as Investors Weigh Challenges to Biden Plan: Live Updates RIGHT NOW Stocks slip as investors consider political prospects of Biden’s spending plan. S&P 500 - % Dow - % Nasdaq - %Stocks slip as investors consider political prospects of Biden’s spending plan. Investors expressed some disappointment that Mr. Biden’s plan seemed to push off action on infrastructure spending. PepsiCo joined companies that have suspended all political donations after the attack on the Capitol. IBM has forbidden corporate political donations for more than a century.
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The January 6 insurrection on the Capitol had some familiar echoes of the November 2000 uprising on Miami-Dade County's presidential recount, an incident that came to be known as the Brooks Brothers riot. The Capitol insurrection was both far more far more violent and had more serious physical consequences for the place where the attack occurred, although unlike the Brooks Brothers rioters, this group failed to stop the counting of votes. The Brooks Brothers riot revived a new blueprint for electoral disputes, one that openly deployed violence and intimidation to frighten officials into discarding legitimate votes. Like the Brooks Brothers riot, it took place on a Wednesday. Unlike the Brooks Brothers riot, the pro-Trump insurrectionists, despite their efforts, did not succeed in suspending the counting of votes and, in fact, hardened the resolve of lawmakers to finish the count in defiance of mob violence.
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ET Live Updates: Police Investigating Whether Lawmakers Gave Mob Members Tour of Capitol Before Riot The Capitol Police are looking into whether members of Congress inappropriately gave visitors access to the Capitol ahead of last week’s assault. That means the trial will not effectively start until after Mr. Biden is sworn in on Wednesday, officials involved in the planning said. The latter option may be more appealing to Mr. Biden, but it could undercut Democrats’ argument that Congress must move urgently to impeach and try Mr. Trump. Speaking from Delaware on Thursday to introduce his sweeping economic plan, Mr. Biden urged lawmakers to come together and pass additional relief. Mr. Trump immediately seized on the investigation, using it as evidence to his false and discredited theories of widespread voter fraud.
Persons: Mike Pence, Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, Josh Hawley, Pelosi, Nancy Pelosi, Anna Moneymaker, Russel L, Trump’s, Joseph R, Biden, , , Mikie Sherrill, Eva Malecki, ” Ms, Malecki, Ms, Honoré, Washington, sluggishly, Luke Broadwater, Harris, Trump, Jason Andrew, President Trump, Pence, Karen, Doug Emhoff, Joint Base Andrews, Jonathan Martin, you’ll, there’s, Russel Honoré, Auschwitz ” sweatshirt, Mr, Biden’s, Mitch McConnell, Liz Cheney, Cheney, ” Emily Cochrane, Nicholas Fandos, Amr Alfiky, , Michael T, Osterholm, Sheryl Gay Stolberg, Government watchdogs, Michael E, Horowitz, Katie Benner, Stefani Reynolds, Claire McCaskill, Hawley, abet, JOSH, Hawley’s, Simon, Schuster, Ted Cruz, Cruz, “ Josh Hawley, , Donald Trump, Susan Collins, Brett M, Kavanaugh, Sara Gideon, Collins, Bridget Bowers, Jim Wilson, ” Mr, Christopher A, Wray, Gavin Newsom, they’d, Jim Tankersley, Deanne Criswell, Criswell, Benjamin Norman, Biden Jr, Obama, David S, Cohen, Anita Dunn, Barack Obama’s, Dunn, Tom Daschle, Shalanda Young, Jason Miller, Janet McCabe, Robert Nickelsberg, Bruce D, David J, Freed, William P, Barr, Kathy Boockvar, I’m, ” “, Whitmer, Emily Elconin, Gretchen Whitmer, Joe Gasper, Tim Waters, Friday, Jacob Anthony Chansley, Erin Schaff, Jake Angeli, Chansley, Prosecutors, “ I’ll, Rendall Brock Jr, Brock, Hailey Fuchs Organizations: of Capitol, Capitol Police, Capitol, The Capitol Police, Trump, Washington . Credit, The New York Times, Army, Secret Service, New, New Jersey Democrat, Navy, National Park Service, White, National Guard, ., House, Joint Base, Electoral, Readying, Senate, The New York, Auschwitz, Republican, Republicans, Video U.S, Credit, New York Times WASHINGTON, Biden, for Disease Control, Infectious Disease, University of Minnesota, New York Times, Government, Justice Department, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Department of the, Justice, Mr, U.S . Capitol, Office, National Parks Service, Electoral College, Lincoln, Arlington National Cemetery, Metro, Democratic, Democrat, “ Senators, U.S, PAC, Politico, Supreme, Washington, Moderna, Fairgrounds, Confederate, Gov, Lincoln Memorial, SNAP, FEMA, New York City Emergency Management Department, Emergency Management Department, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Colorado Air National Guard, Treasury Department, White House, Management, National Economic Council, Office of Management, Environmental Protection Agency, The New York Times The Department, Protect, Michigan State Police, State Capitol, Lansing Police Department, Sheriff’s, Michigan National Guard, Michigan Army, Air National Guard, Reuters, Washington D.C, Prosecutors, ” Prosecutors, President, Air Force, 706th Fighter Squadron Locations: Washington ., New Jersey, Hurricane, Pence, Florida, United States, , Washington, Kentucky, Wyoming, Wilmington, Del, COVID, England, Federal, Arlington, Virginia, Constitution , Pennsylvania, Independence, Missouri, Ted Cruz of Texas, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Maine, Sonoma, California, Delaware, Sacramento, America, New York City, New York, Kuwait, Qatar, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Russia, North Korea, Wilkes, Barre, Pa, Luzerne County, Penn, Michigan, Lansing, Ingham, Detroit, In Texas, Texas
ET Amazon Workers in Alabama to Vote on Union: Live Updates RIGHT NOW Stocks slip as investors consider political prospects of Biden’s spending plan. S&P 500 - % Dow - % Nasdaq - %Amazon workers in Alabama will begin a unionization vote by mail next month. The vote to unionize at an Amazon fulfillment center in Bessemer, Ala., is the first large union election at the company. But the vote in Alabama covers the vast majority of the 6,200 workers, including seasonal employees, in the sprawling fulfillment center outside Birmingham. The tech giant’s advocacy is noteworthy because these issues aren’t related directly to its business and they’re not backed by a company political action committee.
Persons: Angela Weiss, Michael Corkery, Carolyn B, Maloney, Anna Moneymaker, Joseph R, Biden, Ms, Megabus, “ Trump, , ” Airbnb, Ella Koeze, Stocks, , , Goldman Sachs, Biden’s, Ben Shapiro, Rachael Bade, Eugene Daniels, Ryan Lizza, Tara Palmeri —, Bade, Daniels, Lizza, Palmeri, Jake Sherman, Anna Palmer, Shapiro, Breitbart, Regis Duvignau, Trump, Mr, Trump’s, J, Robinson West, Rishi Sunak, Andrew Bailey, Scott Applewhite, Emanuel Cleaver, Cleaver, ” Scott Talbott, Rick Wilking, ” Christopher Padilla, “ Rather, hasn’t, Gary Cohn, ” Mr, Padilla, George Floyd’s, Floyd’s, Joshua Bright, ” Pepsi’s, Young, Charles Schwab, “ I’ve, Kenneth Gross, Skadden, ‘ Let’s, ’ ”, Mario Tama, , passholders, Ken Potrock Organizations: Amazon Workers, Dow, Credit, Agence France, National Labor Relations Board, Amazon, unionizing, Washington, The New York Times, Hyatt Hotels, Wyndham Hotels, Resorts, Greyhound, Capitol, quicken, Senate, Democratic, Strategas Research, Investors, Commerce Department, Treasury, Politico, Playbook, Washington Post, CNN, House, ABC News, Punchbowl, American Petroleum Institute, Royal, Shell, Energy, Gross, Office, National Statistics, Press, United States Capitol, Missouri Democrat, Financial Services, Electronic, Association, Visa, JPMorgan Chase, Liberty, IBM, Reuters IBM, Employees, PepsiCo, Capitol ., The New York Times PepsiCo, ” Pepsi’s PAC, Center for Responsive Politics, Pepsi, Walmart, Marriott, Republicans, Ernst, Getty, Walt Disney Company, Orange County Register, Disneyland, Disney, Walt Disney Locations: Alabama, Bessemer, Ala, Birmingham, Washington, Expedia, Avis, Georgia’s, United States, U.S, Bordeaux, France, Paris, Europe, England, Britain, , Missouri, American, Orange, passholders, Florida, Anaheim , Calif
Wagy posted at length about his visit to Washington, DC on Facebook. AP Photo/Richard DrewWagy deleted his Facebook posts after Fight for 15 — a national labor organization — tweeted a screenshot of one of his posts. This week, Stand Up KC and a McDonald's franchisee who was disturbed by the posts shared screenshots of Wagy's Facebook with Insider. The Capitol siege has forced big business to reassess how it interacts with Washington, D.C. Another source with knowledge of McDonald's franchisees' thoughts on the matter said that some were dismayed by McDonald's decisions.
Persons: Jim Wagy, Trump, Wagy, McDonald's, baselessly, Biden, Antifa, Chris Kempczinski, Richard Drew Wagy, , Kempczinski, Mark Salebra, Forbes, it's, Donald Trump, Tasos Katopodis, Steve Easterbrook, Read, Joe Erlinger, George Floyd, Katie Beirne, Tweet Wagy Organizations: Trump, McDonald's Corporation, Facebook, EPIC, DC, Capitol, Washington D.C, KC, Business, McDonald's National, Leadership Alliance, National, D.C, Deutsche Bank to Girl Scouts, Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, Social, Warriors, Equity Research, BLM, New York Times Locations: Washington , DC, Washington, Washington ,, Missouri, Kansas, DC, McDonald's, McD's, America, Chicago, Maryland, Easterbrook, Minneapolis
Regions Bank confirmed to Insider that the PAC of its holding company is the victim of nine counterfeit checks. During the 2020 election, the Regions Financial Corporation PAC spread hundreds of thousands of dollars in contributions among dozens of politicians — both Republicans and Democrats. Nevertheless, thieves made off with $31,550 from the federal political action committee of Regions Financial Corporation, the holding company of Alabama-based Regions Bank, according to new documents filed with the Federal Election Commission. On December 8, Regions Bank refunded the PAC the full amount that had been stolen, according to FEC records. King confirmed that Regions Bank, which operates in 16 states throughout the South and Midwest, has reported the theft to law enforcement in multiple states but declined to identify which ones.
Persons: , Mitch McConnell of, Josh Hawley, Steny Hoyer, Maxine Waters, Jeremy D, King, Kinde Durkee, Sen, Dianne Feinstein, Durkee Organizations: Bank, PAC, counterfeited, Regions Financial Corporation PAC, Democrats, Visit, Regions Financial Corporation, Federal, Commission, Republicans, Maryland, Regions Bank, FEC, Regions, FBI, Responsive, , California Democrat Locations: Alabama, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Josh Hawley of Missouri, California, Midwest
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas plans to attend President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, after weeks of elevating misinformation about the election results. Biden has even criticized the Texas senator and said he should be defeated in 2024. Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas plans to attend President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration next week. The senator had objected to the election certification and spent weeks elevating misinformation about the 2020 presidential results. Biden has also criticized Cruz along with Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri, who also challenged the election results.
Persons: Sen, Ted Cruz, Joe Biden's, Cruz, Biden, Republican Sen, Donald Trump's, Trump, William Barr, Lauren Blair Bianchi, Josh Hawley Organizations: Republican, Trump, NBC, Capitol, Texas Republican, Democratic Locations: Ted Cruz of Texas, Texas, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Josh Hawley of Missouri
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