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April 8, 2021

One Catholic’s Changed Perspective on Gun Control

CV NEWS FEED // The Biden Administration announced several new executive actions on gun control Thursday. The CatholicVote team thought now would be a good time
April 9, 2021

Critics Call Out Biden Reversal on ‘Court-Packing’

CV NEWS FEED //  The White House formed a new commission of 36 members, presented as a “bipartisan” group entrusted with studying the pros and cons
April 9, 2021

SCOTUS Rules Against CA Restrictions on Home Prayer Gatherings

CV NEWS FEED // The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of religious complainants against a California COVID restriction on in-home religious gatherings. “…California treats some
April 11, 2021

Over 100 Corporate Leaders Conspire to Stop Election Integrity Laws

CV NEWS FEED // Over 100 executives of major corporations held an online meeting Saturday to plan ways of thwarting election integrity laws being considered in
April 12, 2021

DeSantis Blasts YouTube for Removing Florida COVID Video

CV NEWS FEED // Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-FL, sharply criticized YouTube at a roundtable of scientific experts Monday after the tech giant removed a video of
April 12, 2021

Is Hawley’s Trust-Busting Bill the Future of the GOP?

CV NEWS FEED // Some Republicans are discussing the future of the GOP in light of a far-reaching new antitrust bill introduced Monday by Sen. Josh
April 13, 2021

Trump-McConnell Feud Roils Republicans

CV NEWS FEED // Senate Republicans are hoping for peace in the GOP after President Donald Trump sharply criticized Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. At a
April 13, 2021

Lee, Cruz, and Hawley Move to Revoke MLB’s Antitrust Exemption

CV NEWS FEED // Sens. Mike Lee, R-UT, Ted Cruz, R-TX, and Josh Hawley, R-MO, called for the revocation of Major League Baseball’s exemption under antitrust
April 13, 2021

Ford and GM Warn Michigan GOP: No Election Integrity Law

CV NEWS FEED // Executives from Ford, General Motors, and other Michigan-based corporations sent a warning shot across the bow of the state’s GOP lawmakers Tuesday