Democrat policies all. By the way, they are planning to hire 123,000 new IRS agents. It will be one of the largest bureaucracies in the world.There is no irony here re the over arching tyranny of the Jim Crow laws enacted by many states? Balancing out your point, the states can do a very good job of tyranny as well with the majority running roughshod over minority rights.
i try to properly file and pay my taxes and if new agents make those that don't follow the same path pay their fair share I have no issue with the hires. I have a relative that works in the audit division, he tells me it has been stripped to the point they cannot do their job.Democrat policies all. By the way, they are planning to hire 123,000 new IRS agents. It will be one of the largest bureaucracies in the world.
This sounds like a parental rights issue. Other than that, I suggest that you work to form a coalition in Florida to come up with a compromise.16 years old is old enough to be forced to carry a pregnancy to term, yet not old enough to make the decision regarding her own health. Note, according to the article she researched and drafted her hand written petition.
The 16-year-old may now be forced to have a baby even though she is "parentless" and has told the court she is "not ready."www.nbcnews.com
So, this is Utah. It seems that Utah believes that the lives of the unborn are sacred and that children are a gift from God.G, if you had read the article…she has no parents.
I have read a few articles this week about the unintended consequences of the attempted enforcement of very old absolute anti abortion laws “triggered “ into law with the Dobbs decision. About equal between legislators “I didn’t know it would do that” and women adversely affected healthwise. The link is from a doctor. Imagine a doctor being given ink on this issue, and in this case an obgyn, and just for you G, he understands he is probably labeled by others as antiabortion.
Whether or not you agree with the practice of abortion, we have to acknowledge the nuance of each person’s situation.www.deseret.com