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Open Container Restrictions to Expand Near Homeless Shelters in El Paso

The El Paso City Council passed with a 7-1 vote an ordinance to broaden the areas in which open containers are prohibited near homeless...

Supreme Court Justice Questions Federal Laws on Marijuana

"A prohibition on interstate use or cultivation of marijuana may no longer be necessary or proper to support the federal government's piecemeal approach," were...

Trump holds “Revenge Rally” in Ohio

The event is being held today (Saturday June 26, 2021) in Wellington, Ohio, a town nearby and southwest of Cleveland, at the Lorain Country...

The People Act – Effectively killed by Senate

Voting was divided directly down party lines with all Democrat and Democrat-leaning senators supporting the bill, and all Republicans against it! The bill was brought...

Donald Trump Lashes Out Yet Again

Donald Trump lashed out during a Thanksgiving press conference at a reporter who pushed back against his false claims of election fraud, calling the...

El Paso Pediatric Opthamologist is in support of opening the economy

I've worked with Dr. Violeta Radenovich in the operating room providing anesthesia for her patients for a little over three years now. During that...

Richard Pilger, head of DOJ’s Election Crimes division, resigns after A.G. Barr allows prosecutors to investigate alleged voter fraud

Hours after President Trump made more claims of voter fraud and following the announcement that U.S. Attorney General William Barr will allow investigations into...

Joe Biden to be the next POTUS

The Associated Press has called the race: Joe Biden will be the next President of the United States of America. At the time...

Electoral College Currently: Biden 264 – Trump 214 on the way to 270

3 days into the 2020 Presidential Election, and the votes are still being counted. Popularly, the two candidates are neck and neck in Georgia,...

Trump campaign says it is suing to stop counting ballots in Michigan and Pennsylvania

In a tight race between President Donald Trump and his political opponent, Vice President Joe Biden, it has surfaced that the Trump campaign has been said to have filed lawsuits in both Michigan and Pennsylvania to stop counting ballots, alleging they have not had "meaningful access" to observe the counting process at multiple facilities.

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