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Gerber Ad Causes Uproar over Downs Abortions
Back in February, Gerber chose their first ever baby with Down Syndrome – Lucas Warren – as the face of their ad campaign. Whether the company intended to take a stand on the abortion issue or not, their baby of the year choice has caused an uproar over Down Syndrome abortions. Five states have since introduced laws forbidding pregnant women from aborting because of a positive diagnosis of the disorder. To read more click here.
Guess What: Higher Minimum Wage Hurts Teens
The minimum wage continues to be a contentious issue across the world’s largest economy. Since President Donald Trump is unsure what to do about the federal minimum wage, which has remained unchanged since 2009, many states are adopting the Fight for $15 crowd’s demands. But as labor activists and liberal politicians enact this measure, there is a victim being neglected: teenagers. To read more click here.
Mean Conservatives Remove Art from WV Schools
Lawmakers in West Virginia are up to their necks in explaining the decision to dismantle the state’s Department of Education and the Arts. Coming on the heels of a nine-day teacher’s strike that netted the educator’s a 5% raise, the bill, HB4006, is now on its way to Governor Jim Justice for his signature. To read more click here.
Former Reagan Official Lawrence Kudlow Back in White House
On Wednesday afternoon, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders made the much-anticipated announcement confirming that the former Wall Street economist, Lawrence Kudlow will replace Gary Cohn as director of the National Economic Council. To read more click here.