Since the American Revolution around 3 million women have served or are currently serving in the US Armed Forces. However, many of their stories are largely unknown.The Military Women’s Memorial Foundation is trying to change that. During Women in History Month, they are asking everyone for help in honoring the achievements of every servicewoman.
Practically what that means is as the percent immunized is going up, we’ll start opening things up more and more. And if the numbers start to rise we’ll know that we have to wait a little bit until we get some more people immunized before we can open up to that degree. And so it’s going to be a little bit of trial and error as we go through this spring into summer.
The bill would restrict partisan gerrymandering of congressional districts, strike down hurdles to voting and bring transparency to a murky campaign finance system that allows wealthy donors to anonymously bankroll political causes.
There is bipartisan support from Minnesota legislators to allow local breweries to flourish. Senate File 50 would allow brewers producing 7,500 barrels or less of malt liquor annually to sell packaged containers of their product.
President Joe Biden’s administration and lawmakers in recent weeks have begun laying the groundwork for a long-sought boost to the nation’s roads, bridges and other infrastructure of $2 trillion or more.
Wray’s comments in his first public appearance before Congress since the deadly Capitol attack two months ago amounted to the FBI’s most vigorous defense against the suggestion that it had not adequately communicated to police agencies that there was a distinct possibility of violence.
The LGBTQ community in America is closer to securing legal protection from discrimination after the U.S. House passed a key civil rights bill. A slightly different setting in South Dakota and other states where several bills focusing on the LGBTQ community have made their way through legislative sessions.