Last week, I experimented with a new type of post — a good news only post — and I got an encouraging response, so I’m going to do another one.
I could write this weekly, or maybe every other week, but I’m curious what you all would like. Let me know by leaving a comment!
And now, without further ado, here are some of the good news items I’ve seen from this past week:
Last night, Congress approved a measure to avert a government shutdown
The Senate confirmed Judge Florence Pan — she is the first Asian American woman to fill a seat on the D.C. federal court
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signature on Assembly Bill 37 makes California the eighth state in the nation to require that every voter to be mailed a ballot for future elections
Fox News banned Rudy Giuliani
A Missouri judge rejected the state attorney general’s effort to block school mask mandates statewide
Trump has lost an effort to enforce a nondisclosure agreement against Omarosa Manigault Newman, a former White House aide
Pennsylvania ended prison gerrymandering
Public health researchers are modeling that 47 states are now (or soon to be) recovering from COVID infections
Former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama officially broke ground on their Obama Presidential Center in Chicago
Have a good weekend!!