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“On Nov. 8, Billings police officers handed out 20 donated frozen turkeys instead of tickets. In a letter dated Nov. 14, signed by PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman, the animal rights group said the vegan alternative to the traditional turkey would appeal to those in the state “who don’t eat meat for religious or environmental reasons or because they know how cruel factory farming and the slaughter of turkeys really are.” Read more to laugh your butt off, like, share and comment below. 🙂
Congratulations to Mayor Collins for being the second African American Mayor elected in Helena, Montana since the Civil War!
The current news media cycle since the election seems to be discrediting the actual first mayor of Helena, probably because he was a Republican shortly after the civil war. They claim it was not “official” because it was not yet incorporated. The first African American Mayor of Helena, according to the Montana Historical Society, was actually a Republican named E.T Johnson – Edward T. Johnson. Read more about it at The Helena Independent Record. Watch the video, like, share and comment below. 🙂
Senate Bill 219 was signed into law Oct. 4. It states that it is unlawful to “willfully and repeatedly fail to use a resident’s preferred name or pronouns after being clearly informed of the preferred name or pronouns.” The crime is defined as a misdemeanor. More…
Law Also Makes It Illegal To Ask For ID When Transgender Person Chooses Which Restroom To Use California signed a new law last week that could have health care workers ending up in jail if they choose not to address transgender patients by their preferred pronouns. Senate Bill 219 was signed into law Oct.