“The hats’ll have to say MAGAGA — make America great and glorious again. If it makes you gag, get used to it.”
— Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe on Twitter
At least 50 women have won election to the state legislature, and a 51st is leading in her bid for a state Senate seat in Colorado Springs. That would make Colorado the second state — after Nevada — to have elected a majority-female legislature, Pluribus News reports.
“You Lost Again Donald! #DeSantis2024”
— Message on a banner pulled by a small prop plane that flew repeatedly near Mar-a-Lago ahead of Donald Trump’s 2024 presidential campaign announcement Tuesday.
The Cut: “Mitch McConnell, the Senate minority leader, voted against the bill despite the fact that he himself is in an interracial marriage. McConnell has been married to Elaine Chao, the former U.S. secretary of Transportation (and the first Asian American woman to have the job), since 1993. She was born in Taipei, Taiwan, and moved to the United States as a child.
“The bill McConnell voted against would codify same-sex and interracial marriage. It would also repeal the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act, which defined marriage as existing only between a man and a woman, and it would protect interracial marriages by mandating that states recognize marriages regardless of sex, race, ethnicity, or national origin.”