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  • Another lawmaker pushes SOGIE bill

    Another lawmaker is now pushing for the passage of a Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Gender Orientation Equality (SOGIE) bill amid the controversy over the alleged discrimination experienced by transgender woman Gretchen Custodio Diez in a shopping mall in Quezon City last Tuesday. by Edu Punay

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  • Another ‘anti-endo’ bill refiled by lawmakers

    Another security of tenure (SOT) bill was refiled by militant party-list lawmakers from the Makabayan bloc yesterday at the House of Representatives. by Edu Punay

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  • Arkansas governor says lawmaker should resign or be ousted

    Arkansas' governor says a lawmaker who pleaded no contest to not paying state income taxes should be removed from office if he doesn't resign

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  • Arkansas governor says lawmaker should resign or be ousted

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas' governor said Friday that a state lawmaker who pleaded no contest to not paying state income taxes should be removed from office if he doesn't resign. Gov. Asa Hutchinson repeated his call for state Rep. Mickey Gates to resign, saying it his fellow Republican

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  • Arkansas lawmaker pleads no contest to not filing taxes

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — An Arkansas lawmaker pleaded no contest Monday to not paying state income taxes and agreed to pay thousands of dollars back to the state, but his lawyer said the

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  • Arkansas lawmaker pleads no contest to not filing taxes

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - An Arkansas lawmaker pleaded no contest Monday to not paying state income taxes and agreed to pay thousands of dollars back to the state, but his lawyer said the legislator had no plans to step down from his statehouse seat. State Rep. Mickey Gates of

    The Washington Times
  • Arkansas lawmaker pleads no contest to not filing taxes

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — An Arkansas lawmaker has pleaded no contest to not paying state income taxes and agreed to pay thousands of dollars in missed payments, penalty and interest. State Rep.

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