Despite claims of “tyranny,” the laws Virginia’s state legislature are considering are now the norm in many other states.
The number of emotional support animals traveling aboard commercial flights increased from 481,000 in 2016 to 751,000 in 2017.
A lawsuit filed last week aims to recoup past and future cleanup costs associated with PFAS contamination, which affects 1.9 million Michiganders.
Protesters worried new laws in Virginia will lead to gun safety legislation throughout the country.
“I just knew that Virginia (one of our sister states) was facing an imminent threat from her own elected officials,” one said.
“I know he’s serving his country, but me not being informed, me not knowing anything, that’s the hardest part.”
Law enforcement officials detailed plans from “the Base” to sow chaos at Monday’s rally against gun safety legislation.