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March 30, 2021

Shock, Disgust as Reporters Finally See Migrant Conditions

CV NEWS FEED // Many are expressing disgust and anger at the Biden administration after a pool of journalists were finally allowed to tour and report
March 29, 2021

Kristi Noem Destroys Bill to Protect Women’s Sports

CV NEWS FEED // Gov. Kristi Noem, R-SD, effectively vetoed for a second time a bill that would prevent biological males from competing against girls and
March 29, 2021

Florida Governor Promises to Stop ‘Vaccine Passports’

CV NEWS FEED // Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-FL, adamantly rejected the idea of vaccine passports Monday, and promised to make sure no proof-of-vaccination policies are implemented
March 28, 2021

Pro-Life Catholics Defend Bishop From ‘Cancel-Culture’

CV NEWS FEED // A left-wing organization created a petition demanding Archbishop Joseph Naumann be removed from his role as chairman of the U.S. Conference of
March 26, 2021

Tennessee Governor Signs Bill Protecting Women’s Sports

CV NEWS FEED // Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signed a bill Friday that prohibits biological males from competing against females in sports. “I signed the bill
March 26, 2021

Federal Court: Professor Can’t be Forced to Use Trans Pronouns

CV NEWS FEED // The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday that it was unconstitutional for university administrators to punish a Christian professor who wouldn’t
March 25, 2021

Sr Simone Campbell’s Career Against Pro-Life Movement

CV NEWS FEED // A glowing writeup of the life and work of Sr. Simone Campbell tells the story of a woman committed to thwarting pro-life
March 25, 2021

Federal Judge Ends DC Church Restrictions

CV NEWS FEED // A federal judge ruled against Washington D.C.’s onerous restrictions on churches Thursday, freeing up worshippers considerably just ahead of Holy Week. Judge
March 24, 2021

Kentucky Governor Vetoes School Choice Bill

CV NEWS FEED // Gov. Andy Beshear, D-KY, vetoed a bill Wednesday that would have granted parents and their children more freedom in education choices.  Student