Some news items you might have missed:
“He told me he was a model and that he worked at New York Fashion Week and that he met all the Victoria’s Secret models and would be in Vogue magazine.”
"Then he told me he was a model and that he worked at New York Fashion Week and that he met all the Victoria’s Secret models and would be in Vogue magazine."https://t.co/zKywdZOiKB
— Shawn McCreesh (@ShawnMcCreesh) January 25, 2023
• KARK: The Arkansas state Senate has approved a law that would ban “drag performances” outside adult venues like strip clubs. Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders has endorsed the legislation (of course).
• New York Daily News: Nearly six out of 10 LGBTQ parents in Florida surveyed by the Williams Institute said that the enacting of the “Don’t Say Gay” law led them to consider moving to a different state — while 17% have already taken steps to do so.
More than half of LGBTQ+ parents surveyed for our new study have considered moving out of Florida because of the “Don’t Say Gay” law – and 17% have taken steps to do so. https://t.co/DClPKBZNK6 @ClarkUniversity pic.twitter.com/l0gvK7SMIb
— Williams Institute (@WilliamsPolicy) January 24, 2023
• New York Times: Hours before a 6-year-old boy shot his first-grade teacher in Virginia this month, school leaders were warned 3 times that the boy might have a gun, including an account from another child at the school who saw the gun at recess.
• Reuters: Advertising spending on Twitter dropped by 71% in December despite traditionally being a time of higher ad spending as brands promote their products during the holiday season. #GoodGoingElon
• NBC News: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) seriously has her sights set on being Donald Trump’s running mate in 2024, according to two people who have spoken to the controversial congresswoman about her ambitions. Reminder – a heartbeat away from the presidency…
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is angling to be former President Trump's running mate in 2024, according to two people who have spoken to her about her ambitions. https://t.co/6RWDv3KxCU
— NBC News (@NBCNews) January 25, 2023