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Schmidt: Kansas Universities Violating State’s New COVID Law

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says some of the state’s public universities are violating a new state law regarding medical and religious exemptions for COVID-19 vaccinations.

Biden Tries to Reassure on COVID as He Sells Spending Plan

President Joe Biden on Tuesday went to Minnesota to pitch his completed infrastructure deal an a giant social spending bill that he’s still trying to get passed, but also found…

Judge Won’t Order Restart on NC Legislative Redistricting

A North Carolina judge has declined to essentially force state lawmakers to start over on this year’s redistricting of General Assembly districts, saying he can’t turn back the clock on…

Swift Selling Local Media Assets to Ogden Newspapers

Swift Communications is selling its local media and publishing businesses to West Virginia-based Ogden Newspapers.

Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors Blocked in 3 States

Kentucky’s attorney general has won a preliminary court order to block President Joe Biden’s coronavirus vaccination mandate for federal government contractors and subcontractors.

Arkansas Sees Its Biggest COVID-19 Case Jump Since September

Arkansas has reported its biggest one-day jump in COVID-19 cases since September.

Pentagon Squares Off With National Guard Troops Defying Vaccine Mandate

In a shot at the Oklahoma governor, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin confirmed National Guard troops who miss the vaccine deadline will not receive federal pay or benefits.

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