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Trump White House Blocked Dozens of New Government Websites – Business Insider
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Trump White House Blocked Dozens of New Government Websites – Business Insider

Federal agencies asked the Trump White House to approve dozens of new “.gov” websites. But Trump officials rejected many of them, according to records obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request. In contrast, the Biden White House has approved almost all such website requests. Donald Trump’s White House blocked dozens of federal agencies from…

Four States Vote to Ban Prison Labor and the “Slavery Loophole”
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Four States Vote to Ban Prison Labor and the “Slavery Loophole”

In the lead up to the election, pundits strained themselves bending over backwards to claim that Democrats’ focus on so-called “social issues” leaves them out of touch from the everyday concerns “ordinary” people deal with. But surprise: The results of the 2022 midterms prove otherwise. All five states with abortion on the ballot—California, Michigan, Vermont,…

The 1987 Murder Of A Teen Who Was Allegedly Offered Up As A Sacrifice To Satan
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The 1987 Murder Of A Teen Who Was Allegedly Offered Up As A Sacrifice To Satan

Editor’s note: Satanic Ritual Abuse is real (read more in the Knowledge Vault here). Satanic Panic is also real (read more in the Knowledge Vault here). This article is supplied here for you to learn more about the topic and how it is handled in media. Perform your own research and come to your own…

INNOCEAN Lends Support to International Non-Profit, The Exodus Road
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INNOCEAN Lends Support to International Non-Profit, The Exodus Road

INNOCEAN, a leading advertising and branding agency is collaborating with The Exodus Road, an organization that partners with law enforcement to curtail rampant human trafficking crimes taking place throughout the world. As the new school year has begun, social media has been filled with photographs taken by parents of their children holding up signs stating…

Texas police officer saves 9 possible human trafficking victims | KXAN Austin
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Texas police officer saves 9 possible human trafficking victims | KXAN Austin

BOSQUE COUNTY, Texas (FOX 44) — The Valley Mills Police Department in Texas said an officer rescued nine people believed to be human trafficking victims. It happened July 23, around 10:03 p.m. Officer Jordan Williams stopped a car in the 200 block of Avenue C for a defective headlight near the Out of Town Ball…

Kevin Spacey Wants to Limit Testimony in Sex Assault Trial – Law & Crime
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Kevin Spacey Wants to Limit Testimony in Sex Assault Trial – Law & Crime

Lawyers for actor Kevin Spacey are trying to bar an expert who testified in Ghislaine Maxwell‘s criminal sex trafficking trial from testifying about the credibility of Spacey’s accuser in a civil sexual assault trial scheduled to begin next week. A memorandum filed Monday in the Southern District of New York calls psychologist Lisa Rocchio‘s expected…

Kevin Spacey Seeks to Limit Testimony of Expert Witness From Ghislaine Maxwell Case as His Own Civil Sexual Assault Trial Nears
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Kevin Spacey Seeks to Limit Testimony of Expert Witness From Ghislaine Maxwell Case as His Own Civil Sexual Assault Trial Nears

Actor Kevin Spacey leaves the Central Criminal Court on July 14, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images.) Lawyers for actor Kevin Spacey are trying to bar an expert who testified in Ghislaine Maxwell‘s criminal sex trafficking trial from testifying about the credibility of Spacey’s accuser in a civil sexual assault trial scheduled…

Bills Awaiting Gov. Newsom's Signature Could Give International Contract Workers Some Protections
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Bills Awaiting Gov. Newsom's Signature Could Give International Contract Workers Some Protections

Two bills awaiting Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signature — or veto — would broaden protections for an estimated 300,000 foreign contract workers laboring in California on work visas. While the documented abusive conditions in “guest worker” visa programs have led to calls for their termination, these bills would offer some improvements to the workers involved. AB…

California Is Dependent on Prison Labor for Fighting Fires. This Must End.
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California Is Dependent on Prison Labor for Fighting Fires. This Must End.

On September 7, 2022, after many attempted delays from the City of Susanville, California, a Lassen County judge ruled in favor of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s plan to close one of Susanville’s two prisons. The court case and public debate over the prison closure has been almost entirely based on the anticipated loss of 1,000 jobs…

Former Assembly Speaker lays out vision for his new role as Nevada's U.S. attorney
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Former Assembly Speaker lays out vision for his new role as Nevada's U.S. attorney

After more than a decade in state politics and an even longer career in the courtroom, Jason Frierson has a new boss: the federal government. “I’ve always been in some type of advocacy position,” Frierson, the newest U.S. attorney for the District of Nevada, said. “This is the first position within my legal practice where…