Political Charge Weekly Recap 10/1

A shutdown was averted — Congress just passed a continuing resolution that funds the government at current funding levels for the next 45 days. Now let’s get into more good news.

Good News

A federal judge declared Texas’s drag law unconstitutional.

Governor Newsom signed a law to raise taxes on guns and ammunition to pay for school safety.

The Biden administration made important modifications to the foster care system.

Governor Newsom signed a bill to ban book bands and textbook censorship.

Judge ruled that Trump, his two sons, and others were liable for engaging in massive fraud to build his real estate empire and ordered the dissolution of Trump Org.

Mississippi’s state Supreme Court ruled that appointing circuit court judges violates Mississippi’s constitutional requirements that all judges must be elected.

Montana judge blocked the ban in gender affirming care for trans youth.

SCOTUS refused to reinstate Alabama‘s GOP drawn map, and Alabama has now dropped their appeal.

Call to Action

Reproductive freedom is on the ballot in Ohio this fall. Here are four ways you can join the fight: write letters, make calls, donate, knock on doors. Choose one and get involved HERE.


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4 replies

  1. Two thumbs up to Governor Newsom!

  2. Love the last one, and the “ten biggest weirdos” is hilarious. Thanks, as usual, for all the good news!

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