Liveblog - The Russia-Ukraine Conflict and In Case You Missed It: March 31, 2022

We will continue to combine both blogs, In Case You Missed It and the Russia-Ukraine Conflict. Please feel free to share any headlines we may have missed or new developments occurring in Ukraine or Russia providing they come from reliable and credible sources. We won’t accept any parroted, Russian propaganda from far-right ‘news’ sources unless you’re trying to point out that the far-right extremist in our country and elsewhere actually believe their own BS or Russian disinformation. We also ask that you provide a link to your source so folks can read it if they want.

Keep in mind, this is not a free chat. Please keep friendly banter to a minimum. We also ask that you discuss the day’s topics or events but not argue endlessly with others about them; agree to disagree and move on thank you.

Happy Cesar Chavez Day: Sí, se puede!

Updates:

President Biden/Biden Administration:

Congress:

Nancy Pelosi’s Weekly Press Conference:

^^^Agreed 100%!

SCOTUS:

This should Shock No One:

Voting/Elections/Campaigning:

Grifters Gonna Grift:

Death, Destruction, and Ruin:

Putin’s Puppets:

Putin’s Bigliest Puppet:

COVID-19/Covidiots:

Yes, federal coverage of COVID-19 testing and treatment for uninsured Americans has ended

A federal program that reimburses providers has already stopped accepting claims for COVID-19 testing and treatment for uninsured Americans.

💩dle Head’s all into the ‘Pumpkin Magic’ theory as well:

A Friendly Reminder: Ivermectin does not prevent COVID-19 hospitalization, a new study says

Judge removes five Pa. school board members in response to masking opponents’ petition

A Chester County, Pennsylvania, judge has ordered the removal of five of the nine West Chester school board members, granting a petition from residents opposed to masking requirements.

January 6 Updates:

Justice Dept. expands Jan. 6 probe to look at rally prep, financing

Subpoena requests seek information about the planning for gathering outside White House that preceded Capitol riot

The Worst People in the World:

Wasting Gas to ‘Own the Libs:’

State News:

Arizona Republicans enact a controversial new proof-of-citizenship voting law

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Wednesday signed legislation to expand U.S. citizenship voting requirements in the state, a measure that critics warn will jeopardize the voter registrations of thousands of Arizona residents.

In signing House Bill 2492, Ducey disputed testimony from local officials and voting rights advocates who say an unknown number of voters — predominantly older, longtime Arizona residents — will be purged from the state’s voter rolls because the last time they registered to vote, there was no requirement to provide proof of citizenship. Critics say those voters would then need to register again.

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