Update: Four moderate Democrats joined Republicans in Monday’s committee vote, rejecting the legislation. Senators voted to shelve the bill for the year and ask the state crime commission to study the issue.
South Dakota Republican House Majority Leader Lee Qualm introduced legislation to end vaccination requirements for school attendance. Qualm said, “Nobody should be able to forcibly put something in someone’s body that they do not approve of.” He
President Trump campaigned on requiring employers to use E-Verify, but appears to have dropped his support. Instead, it is said his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, is preparing a 600-page immigration proposal to create a more ‘business-friendly’ system.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed new rules that will censor the internet by punishing internet companies with fines and imprisonment if they fail to ‘protect’ users from so-called harmful content – which means content contrary to what the government approves.