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Barber: say no more fam
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I was teetering between pro-repeal/pro-net neutrality, but it seems to me that this was an overall good decision. I have been seeing a ridiculous amount of false info about what net neutrality is, what the repeal means, and even what it will take for the repeal to actually go into effect. So comment away (I highly recommend reading or skimming the points in this post as they are quite contrary to what most media sources are spouting. Also I think like half of this was copied from a Daily Wire article lol).
Last night I joined @bendthearc for a demonstration against Rep. Lee Zeldin, who decided to invite Steve Bannon to headline his Manhattan fundraiser. I was inspired to stand with so many constituents from Zeldin’s Long Island district (CD 1) who were there in large numbers to hold the congressman accountable and call for an end to his support of white nationalism.
You can learn more about how Bend the Arc advocates and organizes for a more just and equal society at bendthearc.us.
@Regrann from @alternative_news_media - Dean Westlake (D) Alaska
On Friday afternoon, shortly after Westlake's resignation, Anchorage TV station KTUU published a report saying he had fathered a child with a 16-year-old girl in 1988, when he was 28. According to KTUU, "a staffer for Westlake asked Thursday night that a story on the birth be withheld." Westlake, who is halfway through his first term, has been under fire since an Anchorage Daily News report last week that detailed allegations of sexual harassment from seven current and former aides.
Six of the women described the behavior after one of them went public and recounted unwanted touching and sexual comments in a letter to legislative leaders.
Democratic leaders asked him to resign. He refused in a statement on Tuesday, saying that his "friendly or funny" overtures were not interpreted the way he had intended and apologizing. Then an additional report surfaced, in a story on KTUU-Channel 2, from a woman who said he made inappropriate comments and sent an unwanted sexual text asking her to "lift up your parka." [Legislators mull way forward after Westlake refuses to resign]
Democrats in Westlake's northern Alaska district will nominate three possible replacements for Westlake, one of whom will be chosen by Gov. Bill Walker to serve the remainder of Westlake's term. Walker's choice must be confirmed by House Democrats.
Westlake's letter of resignation did not specify when his resignation would take effect. The letter does not specify a date when the resignation is effective. If no date is specified, a resignation is effective 10 days after the date of its mailing, according to state regulations.
In a statement shortly after the resignation but before the KTUU report was published, Alaska Democratic Party Chair Casey Steinau thanked m