Some news stories you might have missed:
• Queerty: That time when Madonna fans went to war after Rolling Stone called her American Life album “genuinely horrible.”
• The Advocate: The iconic NOW That’s What I Call Music! series will drop a new collection called NOW That’s What I Call Proud – full of queer anthems by queer legends and new artists from George Michael to the Indigo Girls to Kim Petras.
• Bloomberg News: Hungary’s president rejected a bill that would enable citizens to report anonymously same-sex families to authorities, a rare rebuke from an otherwise loyal ally of Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
• The Hill: A new poll shows 70% of Americans, including 44% of Republicans, do not want Donald Trump to make a White House run in 2024. Only 34% of respondents had a favorable view of Trump versus 45% having a favorable view of President Joe Biden.
NEW POLL: 44 percent of Republicans don’t want Trump to run for reelection https://t.co/CSx2qczGY2 pic.twitter.com/NLsWVp2HrQ
— The Hill (@thehill) April 22, 2023
• Ozarks First: Police were called to a Price Cutter grocery store in Missouri to respond to a call about a robbery in which Larry Gene Gay, 70, held an employee at gunpoint so that he would be served meat.
• Texas Tribune: The Texas House passed a bill that would ban sexually explicit materials from school libraries. But legal experts, librarians and some parents are concerned that the bill’s language is vague and broad enough to ensnare books that are not inappropriate.
The Texas House voted 95-52 Thursday to pass a bill that would ban sexually explicit materials from school libraries.
But legal experts and some parents are concerned that the bill’s language is vague and could ensnare books that are not inappropriate. https://t.co/0UXmlPo4jf
— Texas Tribune (@TexasTribune) April 20, 2023