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Eric Greitens, the controversial former governor of Missouri who is now running for U.S. Senate, in a campaign ad that shows Greitens accompanied by a team of men outfitted in military gear who break into a home with their guns raised. The ad was posted to social media on Monday morning and soon was taken down by Facebook and flagged by Twitter. (NPR — June 20, 2022)

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  • Arizona state Sen. Vince Leach, commenting on drag shows and the negative impacts, he believes, that these shows can have on children. Leach is one of just several Republican lawmakers across the nation who are trying to ban minors from drag shows. (NPR — June 16, 2022)
  • Connecticut state Rep. Anthony Nolan, who is Black, arguing in favor of making Juneteenth a paid holiday in the state for its major significance in American and Black history. Despite Congress and President Biden making Juneteenth a federal holiday last year, the move didn’t automate adoption in all states. (NPR — June 15, 2022)
  • New Mexico Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver, regarding the Republican-led Otero County Commission’s refusal to certify the June 7 primary election results due to distrust in the vote-counting machines. State law allows county canvass boards to call on a voting precinct board to address specific voting discrepancies, but the Otero commission has not identified any discrepancies. Toulouse Oliver has accused the commission of willful violations of the state election code. (Associated Press — June 15, 2022)
  • California state Assembly member Heath Flora, regarding Amazon’s testing of its drone delivery in Lockeford, Calif. The delivery service, called Prime Air, will begin in Lockeford later this year and will be able to deliver packages weighing up to five pounds. (The Hill — June 13, 2022)
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