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June 1, 2021

DeSantis Protects Girls Sports as Trans Agenda Loses Momentum

CV NEWS FEED // Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-FL, signed legislation Tuesday making it illegal for biological males to compete against females in state-sponsored girls and womens
June 2, 2021

Court Rules Vermont Cannot Deny Aid to Catholic School Students

CV NEWS FEED // The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit ruled that officials in the State of Vermont violated the First Amendment by
June 3, 2021

5 Questions with Ryan Girdusky

CV NEWS FEED // CatholicVote recently reported about a newly-launched political action committee called the 1776 Project PAC, which is dedicated to getting opponents of Critical
June 3, 2021

Pope Francis to Meet Biden Just Before U.S. Bishops’ Meeting

CV NEWS FEED // Pope Francis will reportedly meet with President Joe Biden on June 15, one day before U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) are
June 4, 2021

Florida Voters Turning to GOP, Defying Democrat Projections

CV NEWS FEED // Democrats have long hoped to take over Florida, relying on the high Latino presence and liberal city voters. Recent trends have thwarted
June 6, 2021

Woke Corporation Attacks Fossil Fuels: Oil Workers Hit Back

CV NEWS FEED // The oil and gas industry is calling out North Face after the popular apparel corporation refused to fulfill an order of workplace
June 7, 2021

Catholic University? Notre Dame Boosts “Pride”

CV NEWS FEED // The University of Notre Dame posted an unequivocally pro-“LGBTQ+” statement on its website, quoting President Joe Biden at length and linking to
June 7, 2021

Conservative Group Warns of Big Tech Money on the Right

CV NEWS FEED // Jon Schweppe of the American Principles Project (APP) sent a warning letter to GOP lawmakers in Washington DC Monday. The letter alerts
June 8, 2021

Game-Changer? Ohio AG Asks Court to Declare Google a Public Utility

CV NEWS FEED // Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost filed a lawsuit Tuesday asking a court to classify Google as a public utility provider, which would