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“There’s a saying in beer sales: Cold is gold.”

Andy Ashby, co-owner of Memphis Made Brewing in Tennessee, regarding proposed legislation that would ban the sale of cold beer across the state, warning of the potential impacts on his industry. State Sen. Paul Rose and state Rep. Ron Gant sponsored the legislation in hopes of reducing drunk-driving crashes by making alcohol less readily available. (The Hill — Feb. 15, 2024)

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  • Mark Farrell, who served as interim mayor of San Francisco back in 2018, announcing his candidacy Tuesday for a full term in the job. The city has struggled to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, with residents and businesses continuing to complain about vandalism, break-ins, tent encampments and open drug use. (Associated Press — Feb. 13, 2024)
  • The caption of a 30-second video that President Biden posted to TikTok, his first ever, on Sunday, Feb. 11, that consisted of a Super Bowl-themed question and answer, signaling what could be a push for the youth vote in his re-election campaign. (The Hill — Feb. 11, 2024)
  • Sally Hudson, a University of Virginia professor and former member of the House of Delegates, on the way that the state’s legislative sessions are structured. The General Assembly considers thousands of bills in sessions scheduled for, at most, 60 days and lawmakers don’t meet on the weekends, which often results in public commentary and legislators being cut off or encouraged to “make it quick!” (Associated Press — Feb. 9, 2024)
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