Florida Incentivizes Illegal Aliens, Trump’s New Branded 2020 Straws, and Arkansas’ Abortion Bill

UV: Flordia Allowing Illegal Immigrants to Work, Trump Store Success and Arkansas’ Abortion Bill

Florida Senator Wants to Issue Illegal Immigrants Work Permits and Licenses

Sen. David Simmons is proposing new legislation adding protections for undocumented residents working and living in Florida. If passed, the new system would allow immigrants to legally work and drive in the state – and yes, that includes the almost 800,000 undocumented immigrants present at any given time.

If states start allowing illegal immigrants to work and drive, what incentive do they have to become citizens and live here legally? Also, what message does this send to other immigrants thinking of sneaking over the border? Seems to be incentivizing illegal alien status.

What do you think of Sen. David Simmons’ Proposed Legislation? Let us know in the comments Below!

Trump Store Makes over $200,000 Selling Straws

The Trump reelection campaign store is celebrating success this week after a new product, plastic straws branded by the President, took off like wildfire. The release comes only weeks after multiple states banned the use of plastic straws in restaurants, forcing patrons to use flimsy paper straws instead.

What a fun way to celebrate 2020!

The product description, which says “Liberal paper straws don’t work. STAND WITH PRESIDENT TRUMP and buy your pack of recyclable straws today,” sold more than 140,000 straws so far.

Arkansas’ Abortion Bill

Arkansas is close to becoming the seventh state with only one abortion clinic. Judge Kristine Baker is expected to rule on three separate challenges to the state’s recently-passed anti-abortion bill later on this week. If Baker rules in favor of the law, Little Rock Family Planning Services, the states only surgical abortion clinic, would have to close.

So what does it all mean? If Baker supports the law, Planned Parenthood Little Rock will officially become the only source for abortions – and that’s only up until 10 weeks gestation. It isn’t yet clear what might happen to women to travel out-of-state.

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