The Daily Populous

Wednesday June 23rd, 2021 morning edition

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A Trump supporter who intentionally defaced a Pride mural that was painted on a crosswalk in Delray Beach, Florida, has turned himself in, according to local news reports.

Palm Beach Human Rights Council president Rand Hochsaid was saddened to learn of the mural’s defacement.

“We made so much progress here in the last 30 years in LGBTQ issues, and to see someone do something like this just took me by surprise,” Hoch said.

“You know, it was really disgusting, and very, very disheartening,” said long-time LGBT activist Cindy Brown reacting to the video.

The witness said he heard someone shout to Jerich, “Tear up that gay intersection.”.

He is facing charges of criminal mischief, reckless driving, and evidence of prejudice, which elevates the crime to a third-degree felony.

According to city officials, the LGBTQ Pride intersection and crosswalk cost $16,720 to create. »

Japan proposes four-day working week to improve work-life balance

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The recently unveiled annual economic policy guidelines include new recommendations that companies permit their staff to opt to work four days a week instead of the typical five.

Most importantly, authorities hope that an extra day off every week would encourage people to go out and spend, thereby boosting the economy.

That makes reforms to the lifestyles and working styles of millions of Japanese its next approach, he said. »

Bill C-10 was voted on at 1:45AM. It passed

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When the government House leader said that we would be debating Bill C-12 last week, I foolishly assumed he meant the actual bill.

When the bill was first introduced, I stood in the House and said I would support the bill.

Again, this seems like an obvious thing to include, but the Liberals and the NDP voted against it without debate. »