A new law in Oklahoma will make protesters think twice before demonstrating in active or busy roadways.
A bill was signed this week by Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt, which granted immunity to drivers who unintentionally injure or kill protesters. The bill was written in light of drivers attempting to flee from roadways swamped with protesters. The bill, which would increase penalties for demonstrators who block public roadways, passed in the state Senate 38-10 last week. The legislation would make the obstruction of a public street during a protest a misdemeanor, punishable by up to a year in prison and a $5,000 fine.
If you follow Britney Spears on Instagram you may have noticed a few things are missing! Like her recent Instagram posts, or all posts in general for that matter! She assured us that it’s just a break to celebrate her engagement to actor Sam Asghar and that she’ll be back soon enough, but it still has…MORE
Big changes have been happening in New Orleans with the new vaccination mandate. Non essential businesses like restaurants, gyms, event venues, and some outdoor events require patrons to show their vaccination ID card or a negative COVID-19 test taken within the previous 72hours. New Orleans is now offering businesses to send workers to check…MORE
With Covid-19 cases on the raise again in Louisiana due to the delta variant, the Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles issued an update to its Covid safety protocols. Beginning today (July 26, 2021) masks or face comings will be required inside all Louisiana OMV locations. If you forget your mask or do not have one…MORE
The Covid-19 vaccines are going door-to-door! America fell short of President Biden’s goal of reaching 70% vaccinated in the US by July 4th, so now the White House is rolling out efforts to increase numbers. While the CDC announced 55% of the US population is at least partially vaccinated, the Biden Administration announced plans to…MORE