"Maybe it's worth giving a look to see if that list could be amended, to mitigate that odd news story that keeps coming up like a bad penny," Lisa Rasmussen, president of the Wausau City Council, said of the 1962 ordinance.
The Ohio House of Representatives has passed a bill that would prohibit municipalities from restricting the use of plastic bags.
Chlorpyrifos is a widely used chemical product used on a variety of crops such as soya beans, alfafa, citrus, almonds, cotton, grapes and walnuts.
ESPN bans discussing politics
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam said the ban was needed as a "deterrent to radical behavior" following months of anti-government protests.
"We are definitely not banning conservative politics. Hate groups and intolerance are different from other types of political positions," a Ravelry blog post said.
The communist party dismissed the program as "an ideological tool" and called on the government to file a libel case against HBO.
According to Pew Research Center, 81 percent of American parents let their children watch YouTube.
"It's a huge step, first and foremost for LGBT youth," a co-sponsor of one of the bills said.
Roscosmos says the U.S. wants to "destroy" Russian-American relations in space.
"The use of the word 'heartbeat' is intentionally misleading and manipulative," one doctor told Newsweek.
"Russia probably is not adhering to its nuclear-testing moratorium," Lieutenant General Robert Ashley said.
"While we expect only a small number of riders to ultimately be impacted by ratings-based deactivations, it's the right thing to do," Kate Parker, Uber's head of Safety Brand and Initiatives, said.
The Alabama law, which will take effect in November unless blocked by a judge, would make it a felony for anyone to perform an abortion at any stage of pregnancy unless the women's life is in danger or the fetus has a lethal anomaly. It makes no exceptions for rape and incest.
"Bannon is addicted to the rhetoric of general war on China," the Global Times newspaper said.
"If there is an absolute wrong way to do something, Alabama is going to figure it out."
Tomi Lahren is among just a handful of conservative mainstays who have criticized Alabama's near-outright ban on abortion.
"Most of my rapes were not the gentlemen jumping out of the bushes that nobody had ever met. That was one or two times out of 100," said Republican Representative Barry Hovis.
"Alabamians, both men and women, should demand more from our state's government and hold these state legislators accountable for putting politics above both the health and fundamental rights of women in our state," Congresswoman Terri Sewell said.
The way that we live on Earth is causing an unprecedented acceleration in species extinction.
The partisan debate in Michigan mirrored that unfolding in Alabama, which passed the country's most restrictive abortion law this week.
If Congress won't work with her, Senator Harris plans to go it alone on an assault weapons ban should she ascend to the White House next fall.
Today, members of Congress are introducing the No Ban Act, which would explicitly make moves like Trump's Muslim Ban illegal.
President Emmanuel Macron told his ministers that French antiterror troops would be mobilized to face the yellow vest protesters.
"We as legislators have a duty to do things to save people's lives. If we don't ban cigarettes, we are killing people."
"USA Powerlifting is not a fit for every athlete and for every medical condition or situation."