GOP Bill Fights Biden’s Lead Ammo Ban on Federal Lands

The U.S. Congress has been discussing a bill called H.R. 615, or the Protecting Access for Hunters and Anglers Act of 2023. This bill, introduced by Rep. Rob Wittman, a Republican from Virginia, aims to prevent the Biden administration from banning lead ammunition or tackle on federal lands and waters for hunting and fishing. The bill argues that such a ban would be costly and could impact millions of Americans who use traditional lead ammunition and tackle for their outdoor activities. Additionally, it could also jeopardize wildlife conservation funding.

In other news, the independent presidential candidate, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and his running mate, Nicole Shanahan, have been nominated by the American Independent Party of California. The Kennedy campaign has been working to secure ballot access in all 50 states, with California being the latest addition. The campaign has also planned a major announcement in New York City, and Shanahan is set to launch a video podcast and social media push to reach young voters ahead of the election.

On the cable news front, Fox News maintained its position as the most-watched channel in both prime time and throughout the day, with popular programs such as “The Five,” “Jesse Watters Primetime,” and “Hannity” leading the ratings. In addition, Fox News has emerged as the top cable news destination for Hispanic viewers.

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) has released the Annual Statistical Transparency Report (ASTR) Regarding the Intelligence Community’s Use of National Security Surveillance Authorities for Calendar Year 2023. This report provides the public with statistics and context regarding the government’s use of national security surveillance authorities, in line with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and the IC’s commitment to the Principles of Intelligence Transparency.

A recent poll conducted by CNN/SSRS found that 55% of U.S. adults see Donald Trump’s four years in office as a “success.” This sentiment is especially strong among Republicans and conservatives. On the other hand, 44% of respondents believe his tenure was a “failure,” particularly among Democrats and liberals.

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