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Among those 147 Republicans, recipients of Toyota's contributions include some of the more prominent names, such as Reps. Lauren Boebert, R-Colorado, and Devin Nunes, R-Califonia, as well as Sens. Rick Scott, R-Florida, and Ted Cruz, R-Texas. Toyota said it will no longer donate to their campaigns.
After a proposal to send community teams to the homes of unvaccinated Americans was met with conservative backlash, Democrats want to intrude even further into your personal life in the name of fighting misinformation. Pres. Joe Biden speaks with reporters.
With almost all pieces of legislation that call for spending, the American Jobs Plan has received significant criticism from opponents. The American Jobs Plan was introduced at the end of March, and met with staunch GOP opposition. Sen. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said after the bill was introduced that he wouldn't support any legislation that calls for "massive tax increased and adding trillions to the national debt."

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You’re Allowed to Have An Opinion About Lockdowns – Opting Out

"Once and for all can we dispense with this notion that scientists alone can make reasoned arguments for or against public health policy? Firstly, let’s be honest, nobody actually believes this. As I’ve been hinting, scientifically unqualified people fear no backlash in arguing for the lockdowns," writes James Smith in this edition of Opting Out.