This past Wednesday, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced new legislation that would prevent schools and workplaces from teaching critical race theory. It would also allow for parents in the state to sue the schools and school administrators.
After months of speculation, Oscar winning actor Matthew McConaughey announced Sunday in a video on Twitter that he will not be running in the 2022 Texas governor race. McConaughey first mentioned interest in the position after appearing on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in March.
While polls are not concrete, they can be an indicator of where likely voters stand. In the Governor race between Republican Glenn Youngkin and Democrat Terry McAuliffe, Youngkin is up around eight points over his competitor.
Democratic state senator Annette Taddeo announced that she is running for governor in Florida, and if she wins the Democratic nomination, she would be the first Latina in the state to run for governor representing a major party.
The end draws near for Andrew Cuomo decade as New York’s governor, as he prepares to relinquish his power to Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul at midnight. The power transfer will take place at midnight signaling the end of an era and the dawn of a new one.
Prior to Florida’s 2021-2022 school year, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, made a hasty decision to ban mask mandating in schools. On July 30th, DeSantis issued an executive order, via memorandum, to several school boards in the state that were seriously considering or implementing mask mandates.
As students are going back to class while the pandemic is still raging on, students in Florida, Texas and Arizona are now required to wear masks in class as school boards in Democratic areas went against their Republican governors and made face coverings mandatory.
The war between Florida school districts and Gov. Ron DeSantis’ ban on mask mandate continued as two more school districts defied the governor’s order and issued a mask policy. Hillsborough County Public Schools voted in favor of a temporary 30-day mask mandate during an emergency meeting. The decision was made after 5,599 students and 316 […]
In her first televised interview, Brittany Commisso, a former executive assistant on New York Gov. Andre Cuomo’s staff, spoke on her interactions with Cuomo. Commisso has spoken out before anonymously in a previous interview with The Times Union of Albany last winter.
After staying out and laying low on the topic, President Biden has finally addressed the sexual harassment allegations that surround New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. On Tuesday, a report was released by the state’s attorney general’s office that found that Cuomo had sexually harassed multiple women. Governor Cuomo has denied these allegations time and again, and his tune has not changed since the report came out.
The biggest scandal in Hollywood this week seems to revolve around California governor and actor Arnold Schwarzenegger.