Jill Biden apologizes after speech comparing Hispanics to 'breakfast tacos'

Jill Biden apologizes after speech comparing Hispanics to 'breakfast tacos' | 12 July 2022 | Jill Biden [a racist *and* a moron] apologized for her recent comments comparing Latinos to "breakfast tacos" at a Hispanic conference in San Antonio, Texas. Biden's press secretary Michael LaRosa tweeted the first lady’s apology for her on Tuesday, a day after she said in her speech at the 2022 UnidosUS Annual Conference while talking about UnidosUS President Raul Yzaguirre's work in the organization. "Raul helped build this organization with the understanding that the diversity of this community, as distinct as the bodegas of the Bronx, as beautiful as the blossoms of Miami and as unique as the breakfast tacos here in San Antonio, is your strength," Biden said Monday.

UK Government: Children Who Received COVID Vaccine Are 30,200% More Likely to Die Than Kids Not Injected

UK Government: Children Who Received COVID Vaccine Are 30,200% More Likely to Die Than Kids Not Injected | 8 July 2022 | The government of the United Kingdom is admitting that the shots are killing kids in a published report that proves those children that took the jab are 30,200% more likely to die than those who have not received one. From The Expose: The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has questionably authorised emergency use of both the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA Covid-19 injections for use among children aged 6 months and above, despite the UK Government admitting the Covid-19 Vaccine is killing children after it published data via the Office for National Statistics proving children are 82 to 303x more likely to die following Covid-19 vaccination than children who have not had the Covid-19 vaccine. On June 17, 2022, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) criminally extended the emergency use authorisation of the mRNA Covid-19 injections for use in children as young as 6 months.

Natural Immunity 97 Percent Effective Against Severe COVID-19 After 14 Months - Study

Natural Immunity 97 Percent Effective Against Severe COVID-19 After 14 Months - Study | 10 July 2022 | The protection against severe illness from so-called natural immunity remains superior to that bestowed by COVID-19 vaccines, according to a new study. People who survived COVID-19 infection and weren’t vaccinated had sky-high protection against severe or fatal COVID-19, researchers in Qatar found. "Effectiveness of primary infection against severe, critical, or fatal COVID-19 reinfection was 97.3 percent...irrespective of the variant of primary infection or reinfection, and with no evidence for waning. Similar results were found in sub-group analyses for those ≥50 years of age," Dr. Laith Abu-Raddad of Weill Cornell Medicine–Qatar and colleagues said after studying long-term natural immunity in unvaccinated people. That percentage is higher than the protection from COVID-19 vaccines, according to other studies and real-world data.

70,000 Self-Employed Truckers in California Face Shutdown Under New State Law

70,000 Self-Employed Truckers in California Face Shutdown Under New State Law --Industry says it's 'pouring gasoline' on supply chain crisis | 9 July 2022 | Tens of thousands of independent California truck owner-operators could be out of business soon under a new statewide worker classification law designating them as employees. On June 30, the U.S. Supreme Court denied a review on whether California Assembly Bill 5 (AB-5) violates the Federal Aviation Administration Authorization Act of 1994 as it applies to self-employed truck drivers. "Gasoline has been poured on the fire that is our ongoing supply chain crisis," the California Trucking Association (CTA) wrote in a June 30 response to the high court’s decision regarding the association’s legal challenge to the bill. "In addition to the direct impact on California's 70,000 owner-operator--who have seven days to cease long-standing independent businesses--the impact of taking tens of thousands of truck drivers off the road will have devastating repercussions on an already fragile supply chain, increasing costs and worsening runaway inflation," the association added.

Liz Cheney Funded by Obama, Hillary Donors in GOP Primary

Liz Cheney Funded by Obama, Hillary Donors in GOP Primary | 9 July 2022 | Many of the Democratic political elites are funding Rep. Liz Cheney's (R-Dirt-bag-WY) reelection bid in Wyoming's Republican primary against Trump-endorsed Harriet Hageman. While polling shows Hageman has taken a huge lead with the primary just around the corner, the American donor class has taken notice of Cheney's shrinking chances of retaining her seat on August 16. Fearing Cheney may lose through a series of political miscalculations, establishment donors are coming out of the woodwork to protect one of their own. One of the Democrats' most prominent donors, film producer Jeffrey Katzenberg, who has funded Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton's former presidential campaigns, has donated at least $43,000 to Cheney. The totality of the sum has not been disclosed for unknown reasons.

Border Patrol agents cleared of whipping illegal immigrants

Border Patrol agents cleared of whipping illegal immigrants --Biden had vowed agents 'will pay' after September border intrusion | 10 July 2022 | Border Patrol agents didn't whip or strike Haitian migrants last year, a lengthy internal affairs investigation concluded Friday, but some agents did use excessive force by positioning their horses in the Rio Grande to try to keep the migrants from reaching the U.S. Investigators largely faulted agency leaders, saying they lacked clear goals for dealing with the unprecedented incursion of 15,000 migrants who established a squatters camp on the American side of the river, then began to come and go freely from Mexico, challenging the integrity of the border. Though all agents have been cleared of criminal charges, four have been recommended to face disciplinary action over their use of force and, in one case, for insulting language used against migrants. Those cases are still pending, officials said, and the agent remains on desk duty nearly 10 months after the incident, which drew international attention.

Poll: Joe Biden's Approval Rating Sinks to Historic Low of 29 Percent

Poll: Joe Biden's Approval Rating Sinks to Historic Low of 29 Percent | 10 July 2022 | Joe Biden’s approval rating dropped into the 20s for the first time in his presidency [sic], a Saturday Civiqs poll revealed. Just 29 percent of voters approve of Biden, while 58 percent disapprove. Only 19 percent of independents approve of Biden. Sixty-seven percent disapprove. Among Hispanics, just 36 percent approve. Forty-eight percent disapprove. Biden's approval rating is historically low. According to Gallup, five presidents have sunk into the 20s.

COVID Boosters Might Be Less Than 20% Effective After a Few Months - Study

COVID Boosters Might Be Less Than 20% Effective After a Few Months - Study | 8 July 2022 | COVID booster shots appear to be less than 20% effective against infection with the omicron variant of the virus just a few months after the booster is given, a new study found this week. The Italian study, which is a pre-print review and re-analysis of prior studies and has not been peer-reviewed, suggests boosters are effective in the short term to restore protection against the virus. But over just a few months, that wanes quickly. "Booster doses were found to restore the VE [vaccine effectiveness] to levels comparable to those acquired soon after administration of the second dose; however, a fast decline of booster VE against Omicron was observed, with less than 20% VE against infection and less than 25% VE against symptomatic disease at 9 months from the booster administration," the authors wrote in the paper released Wednesday.

Washburn Fire: Yosemite's Highway 41 entrance closed, 703 acres charred

Washburn Fire: Yosemite's Highway 41 entrance closed, 703 acres charred --The wildfire is spreading near the southern entrance to Yosemite and the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias | 9 July 2022 | Crews are battling a wildfire that has shut down part of Yosemite National Park and has closed the Highway 41 entrance into the park. The Washburn Fire is spreading quickly near the lower portion of the Mariposa Grove and has burned 703 acres as of 6:30 am Saturday, growing by 237 acres overnight. A mandatory evacuation order has been issued for the community of Wawona and the Wawona Campground. The Highway 41 entrance to the park is now closed, so people evacuating Wawona will need to head north towards the Yosemite Valley.

CLG in the Crosshairs of Totalitarian Censors

CLG in the Crosshairs of Totalitarian Censors --CLG News is now at risk of being shut down and may need to find a new web host. By CLG Founder Michael Rectenwald, Ph.D. With Lori Price | 9 July 2022 |

When CLG News asked its web host, MayFirst, with help to deliver of its newsletter after Yahoo censors blocked the receipt by CLG subscribers, the MayFirst Leadership Committee founder stated that they would not help to deliver "vaccine misinformation" or content hosted by "pro-trump" (sic) websites.

Uruguay Halts COVID-19 Vaccine for Kids Under 13, Judge Demands Government Officials Turn Over Pfizer Contracts

Uruguay Halts COVID-19 Vaccine for Kids Under 13, Judge Demands Government Officials Turn Over Pfizer Contracts | 8 July 2022 | Uruguay suspended COVID-19 vaccines for children under 13 after a judge on Thursday issued an injunction halting vaccinations in that age group until government officials turn over its contracts with Pfizer. Uruguayan government officials and Pfizer were ordered on Wednesday to appear in court after Judge Alejandro Recarey gave them 48 hours to present detailed information on Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine while the court considered an injunction request to halt COVID-19 vaccinations for children 5 and older. The government said a confidentiality clause in the contract prevents it from producing the documents, The Washington Post reported. According to ABC News, the judge received answers to 18 questions about the safety and chemical composition of COVID-19 vaccines, signed by Health Minister Daniel Salinas, but did not turn over the contracts.

Rights Group Files First Lawsuit Against Hospitals Denying Transplants to Unvaccinated Patient

Rights Group Files First Lawsuit Against Hospitals Denying Transplants to Unvaccinated Patients | 7 July 2022 | A national legal rights organization has filed the first of what it says will be dozens of lawsuits against U.S. health care facilities that are denying patients organ transplants for not being vaccinated against COVID-19. In the first complaint--which was filed against the University of Michigan's transplant center--the Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) argues the hospitals are carrying out illegal and unconstitutional policies by requiring medical treatment against the will of a patient. "Individuals in the United States have the inherent and fundamental Constitutional Right given by God, not any government board, to seek or to refuse medical treatment or any part of a course of medical treatment," PJI states in its lawsuit it served on July 5 to the board of regents that oversees the University of Michigan. According to Dave Peters, senior counsel for PJI, the California organisation will be filing a second lawsuit sometime this week against the Lehigh Valley Clinic in Pennsylvania.

88 percent say U.S. is on wrong track - survey

88 percent say U.S. is on wrong track - survey --Only 6 percent of Republicans said the country is headed in the right direction. | 6 July 2022 | Nearly 9 in 10 Americans say the country is headed on the wrong track, according to a survey from Monmouth University Poll released on Tuesday. The survey found that just 10 percent said the country is headed in the right direction -- an all-time low since the pollster began asking the question in 2013 -- while 88 percent said it is on the wrong track. The proportion of respondents who said the country is on the wrong track jumped by 9 percentage points from when the question was asked in May, which was also a record at the time. Only 6 percent of Republicans said the country is headed in the right direction, compared to 18 percent of Democrats. Ninety-two percent of Republicans said the country has gotten off on the wrong track, as do 91 percent of independents and 8 in 10 Democrats.

Biden Sold a Million Barrels From U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve to China-Owned Gas Giant

Traitor Joe: Biden Sold a Million Barrels From U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve to China-Owned Gas Giant | 7 July 2022 | The Biden administration sold roughly one million barrels from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to a Chinese state-controlled gas giant that continues to purchase Russian oil, a move the Energy Department said would "support American consumers" and combat "Putin's price hike." [?!?] Biden's Energy Department in April announced the sale of 950,000 Strategic Petroleum Reserve barrels to Unipec, the trading arm of the China Petrochemical Corporation. That company, which is commonly known as Sinopec, is wholly owned by the Chinese government. The Biden administration claimed the move would "address the pain Americans are feeling at the pump" and "help lower energy costs." More than five million barrels of oil released from the U.S. emergency reserves, however, were sent overseas last month, according to a Wednesday Reuters report. At least one shipment of American crude went to China, the report said... The White House's decision to sell barrels from the country's Strategic Petroleum Reserve to a Chinese conglomerate comes as the American public increasingly sours on Biden's energy policies.

Army Cuts 60,000 Unvaccinated Guard and Reserve Soldiers From Training and Pay as COVID Vaccine Mandate Deadline Passes

Army Cuts 60,000 Unvaccinated Guard and Reserve Soldiers From Training and Pay as COVID Vaccine Mandate Deadline Passes | 7 July 2022 | About 60,000 Army National Guard members and Army Reserve soldiers who refused to comply with a Department of Defense (DOD) COVID-19 vaccine mandate are no longer allowed to participate in their military duties and were cut off from some of their pay and benefits, Army officials announced July 1. Of the more than 40,000 members of the Guard who remain unvaccinated, 14,000 have said they do not intend to ever receive a COVID-19 vaccine, Guard officials told CBS News. Approximately 22,000 Reserve soldiers have refused to get vaccinated. "Soldiers who refuse the vaccination order without an approved or pending exemption request are subject to adverse administrative actions, including flags, bars to service and official reprimands," an Army spokesperson said in a statement. If the soldiers continue to refuse to get vaccinated, the consequences could be even more severe. "In the future, Soldiers who continue to refuse the vaccination order without an exemption may be subject to additional adverse administrative action, including separation," the Army spokesperson said.

German Housing Group Begins to Throttle Tenants’ Heating at Night to Save Gas

Your Great Reset preview: German Housing Group Begins to Throttle Tenants' Heating at Night to Save Gas | 7 July 2022 | Just as former President Trump warned, Germany has placed too much reliance on Russian gas, and now its residents will pay the prices as hundreds of thousands of Germans will be unable to adequately heat their homes this winter. On Thursday, in response to Gazprom’s supply cutbacks, Germany's housing and real estate association called for the minimum temperature for homes to be considerably reduced to a maximum of 64 degrees in case there is another drop in Russian gas supplies. The proposal was backed by Klaus Müller, the president of the Federal Network Agency in charge of the country's gas supply. Landlords in Germany had been required to guarantee a minimum temperature of 72 degrees in apartments they rent out during the winter.

British PM Boris Johnson steps down after scandals prompt a wave of resignations

British PM Boris Johnson steps down after scandals prompt a wave of resignations | 7 July 2022 | Scandal-ridden British Prime Minister Boris Johnson capitulated to mounting pressure to step down Thursday, announcing his decision after days of high-profile government resignations and calls from fellow Conservative Party members to quit. "In the past few weeks, I have been trying to convince my colleagues it would be eccentric to change governments when we have achieved so much," he said in his speech outside No. 10 Downing St. amid loud booing from the crowd nearby. "I regret not to be successful in those arguments and, of course, it's painful not to be able to see through those projects myself." Johnson also said he planned to remain as prime minister until a successor is chosen -- a move that may face opposition from others in an increasingly hostile Parliament.

Boris Johnson's resignation: Nigel Farage says PM 'elected as a conservative but governed as a liberal'

Boris Johnson's resignation: Nigel Farage says PM 'elected as a conservative but governed as a liberal' --Johnson reportedly met with the Queen before the announcement on Thursday | 7 July 2022 | Former Brexit Party Leader Nigel Farage argued Boris Johnson's resignation as British prime minister will spur a "battle for the soul of conservatism" in the United Kingdom. Johnson joined Fox & Friends First to discuss the announcement and what his resignation means for U.K. politics moving forward. NIGEL FARAGE: I think what's going to happen now is there's going to be a battle for the soul of conservatism in this country, and I'll tell you why. Johnson was elected as a conservative but governed as a liberal. Massive commitments to net zero, raising taxes, increasing the size of the state... To many traditional conservatives, he was unrecognizable as a conservative, and so now he will have that wing of the conservative party who were effectively,... middle of the road Social Democrats against more traditional conservatives, and that's what the battle is going to be. I just don't know. All I do know is if I look across the Western world, whether it's America, Britain, Australia, wherever we go, when conservative parties stop being conservative, guess what? They lose elections. So I think this is a big moment for British conservatism. There's going to be a furious battle of ideas over the next few months.

Joe Biden has allowed FIVE MILLION barrels of oil from US national supply to be shipped abroad after claiming they'd be released to help lower soaring gas prices

Joe Biden has allowed FIVE MILLION barrels of oil from US national supply to be shipped abroad after claiming they'd be released to help lower soaring gas prices --Joe Biden on April 21 announced the largest-ever release of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserves, in a bid to reduce soaring energy costs --In June, more than five million barrels were exported to Europe and Asia, despite the record price highs in the United States --Cargos of oil were also sent to the Netherlands, India and China and more will leave Louisiana in July | 5 July 2022 | Joe Biden has shipped five million barrels from the United States' Strategic Oil Reserve abroad, after claiming that releasing them would help ease Americans' pain at the pumps. The president faces accusations of a sneaky sleight of hand as it was revealed that between a fifth and a sixth of the reserve oil he bragged about releasing to boost supply made its way offshore to Europe and Asia in June. Biden authorized the release of a million barrels a day from April onwards. But his action has done little to combat soaring gas prices, with the national average sitting at $4.74 as of Tuesday - still far above the $2.28-a-gallon average from just before he took office... While the flow is draining the SPR, which last month fell to the lowest level since 1986, a significant percentage is flowing abroad.

Potential Richmond July 4 mass shooters charged as noncitizens in possession of firearm, police say

Potential Richmond July 4 mass shooters charged as noncitizens in possession of firearm, police say --One of the suspects in thwarted Richmond mass shooting had previously been deported | 6 July 2022 | Two illegal immigrants were arrested in a mass shooting plot at the Richmond, Virginia, July Fourth celebration. "A hero citizen picked up the phone and overheard a conversation there was a mass shooting being planned here in the city of Richmond, Virginia," Richmond Chief of Police Gerald Smith said Wednesday. Two illegal immigrants, 52-year-old Julio Alvarado-Dubon and 38-year-old Rolman Balacarcel, were arrested and charged with being a non-U.S. citizens in possession of a gun after police uncovered a plot that the duo planned a mass shooting at Richmond's July 4 celebration Monday.

EU parliament backs labelling gas and nuclear investments as green

EU parliament backs labelling gas and nuclear investments as green | 6 July 2022 | The European Parliament on Wednesday backed EU rules labelling investments in gas and nuclear power plants as climate-friendly, throwing out an attempt to block the law that has exposed deep rifts between countries over how to fight climate change. The vote paves the way for the European Union proposal to pass into law, unless 20 of the bloc's 27 member states decide to oppose the move, which is seen as very unlikely. The new rules will add gas and nuclear power plants to the EU "taxonomy" rulebook from 2023, enabling investors to label and market investments in them as green.

Ukrainian shelling kills ten-year-old girl

Ukrainian shelling kills ten-year-old girl --The child was torn apart by a shell that hit a residential district in Donetsk, the devastated family told journalists | 5 July 202 | A 10-year-old girl was sitting by a bank in front of her house in Donetsk when a shell fired by Ukrainian forces landed in the middle of the street, killing her. The child was torn apart by shrapnel, the grieving family told RT's Ruptly video news agency. "My granddaughter has been blown into three pieces," the girl's grandfather told journalists. "Look there, there is blood everywhere," he said, pointing to the metallic gates leading to the yard of his house... Ukrainian forces were shelling different parts of the capital of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) on Tuesday, the city's mayor, Aleksey Kuzmin, said in a Telegram post. Several people received shrapnel wounds, Kuzmin said, as he confirmed the girl's death as well.

Zelensky's court bans another Ukrainian opposition party

Zelensky's court bans another Ukrainian opposition party --A court has banned two more parties, including the communists, bringing the total number of outlawed political groups to 15 | 5 July 2022 | A Ukrainian court on Tuesday banned the country's Communist Party (CPU), marking the end of an eight-year saga, and adding the communists to the blacklist of 15 allegedly 'pro-Russian' political movements that are outlawed in Ukraine. The Eighth Administrative Court of Appeal in the western city of Lviv announced "the activities of the Communist Party of Ukraine are prohibited." "Funds and other assets" of the party will be nationalized.

Independence Day shooter escaped in drag - police

Independence Day shooter escaped in drag - police --The man who shot up a Fourth of July parade disguised himself in women's clothing as he escaped, police say | 5 July 2022 | The 21-year-old man who opened fire on a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois, killing seven and injuring 30 more, managed to escape by disguising himself in women's clothing, police have revealed. "[Suspect Robert 'Bobby'] Crimo was dressed in women's clothing and investigators do believe he did this to conceal his facial tattoos and his identity," Lake County Major Crime Task Force spokesman Christopher Covelli told reporters on Tuesday. Crimo allegedly used a ladder to climb onto a roof along the parade route and squeezed off 70 rounds into the crowd marching down the street before discarding the gun atop the building in order to avoid suspicion, according to authorities. His disguise, captured on video camera, may have included a wig, according to Covelli.

Eric Adams aide mugged at gunpoint told crooks: 'You don't want to do this. I work for the mayor'

Eric Adams aide mugged at gunpoint told crooks: 'You don't want to do this. I work for the mayor' | 5 July 2022 | Amid rising crime in the Big Apple, one of Mayor Eric Adams's aides was mugged in broad daylight Tuesday while scouting a location in Brooklyn for a planned visit by Hizzoner, law-enforcement sources told The Post. The brazen caper took place even though the victim, a civilian member of Adams's advance team, cautioned that he was a well-connected City Hall employee, a high-ranking police source said. "You don’t want to do this. I work for the mayor," he told the two crooks. But in a show of utter contempt, they ignored the warning, with one man lifting his shirt to display the butt of a pistol tucked into his pants, the source said.

Texas border county officials declare 'invasion'

Texas border county officials declare 'invasion' --"The federal government is not going to do it," Uvalde's mayor said. | 5 July 2022 | Officials from Texas border counties on Tuesday declared an "invasion" at the Southern Border in an effort to bring attention to the issue and urge Republican Gov. Greg Abbott to make a similar declaration. Judges, mayors, and county leaders from four counties – Goliad, Uvalde, Kinney, and Terrell – three of which border Mexico, held a press conference featuring national figures in Brackettville, Texas. "This is the first time in American history, today, that...a judge has found as a matter of law that the United States is being invaded," former Department of Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli said. Texas Republican Rep. Chip Roy asserted that the governor and the state attorney general need to declare an invasion. Roy listed problems at the border and said, "You're damn right that's an invasion. What else do you call it?"

Pfizer Ordered By Uruguayan Judge to Report Composition of Covid-19 Vaccines Including Any Presence of 'Graphene Oxide' or 'Nanotechnological Elements'

Pfizer Ordered By Uruguayan Judge to Report Composition of Covid-19 Vaccines Including Any Presence of 'Graphene Oxide' or 'Nanotechnological Elements' | 4 July 2022 | According to a recent ruling by an Uruguayan judge, the government and the pharmaceutical company Pfizer must provide all the information they have on the COVID vaccine's biochemical composition, including any evidence of "graphene oxide" or "nanotechnological elements" as well as proof of the vaccine's efficacy and safety. Administrative Litigation Court (TCA) Judge Alejandro Recarey made the order in response to a request to suspend the immunization of children from five years of age in Uruguay. According to the court order released on Saturday, Judge Alejandro Recarey ordered the Presidency, the Ministry of Public Health, the State Health Services Administration (ASSE), and Pfizer to present all the information on Covid-19 vaccines within 48 hours, El Observador reported.

Two officers shot after 'security incident' in Philadelphia

Two officers shot after 'security incident' in Philadelphia | 4 July 2022 | Two Philadelphia police officers were shot near the Benjamin Franklin Parkway as thousands of people celebrated a Fourth of July concert and fireworks show, local officials and media said. "There is a security incident on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway," emergency authorities said, referring to the shooting. Both officers were in stable condition, CBS3 Philadelphia said, citing the police department. Police were searching for the shooter.

More Than 82 Million Doses of COVID-19 Shots Discarded in U.S. Due to Low Demand

More Than 82 Million Doses of COVID-19 Shots Discarded in U.S. Due to Low Demand --The two states that discarded the most doses of COVID shots were Oklahoma and Alaska. | 4 July 2022 | The U.S. Centers for Control and Disease Prevention (CDC) said that pharmacies, state health authorities and federal agencies in the United States discarded 82.1 million doses of COVID-19 shots between December 2020 and May 2022. The discarded doses equate to over 11 percent of the COVID vaccine doses the U.S. government distributed across the country... The demand for COVID shots in the U.S. has decreased, which is another reason contributing to wastage of so many doses.

Mississippi Governor Warns Doctors Will Lose License for Prescribing Medication Abortions

Mississippi Governor Warns Doctors Will Lose License for Prescribing Medication Abortions | 4 July 2022 | On Sunday, the Republican governor of Mississippi, Tate Reeves, said that doctors in the state would lose their medical licenses for prescribing abortion pills after a new law takes effect on August 1. Reeves made the statement during an interview on Fox News Sunday during a discussion about the recent reversal of Roe v. Wade by the U.S. Supreme Court. "If a physician is practicing medicine in the state of Mississippi, they have to have a license to do so and if abortion is illegal in our state, which it is, then those medicines will not be allowed and they will not have a license to practice in our state," Reeves said. He noted that any doctors practicing medicine in the state "whether it's through telemedicine or otherwise" was going to be held to the "standards of care that we require in our state." He further said those standards were also "based upon state law."

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