Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points -September 24 2021
Many Canadians angry after election produces a $610M bill and not much change
Justin Trudeau's win has been somewhat overshadowed by angry complaints from many Canadians who say there was no point in spending millions of taxpayer dollars to elect another Liberal minority government- CBC News
Trudeau says he remains 'open' to electoral reform if Liberals re-elected
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said Saturday that he remains open to getting rid of Canada's first-past-the-post electoral system if his party is re-elected, but added that it's not a priority since there's no consensus on the issue."I have always been a fan of ranked ballots where people get to choose first choice, second choice, third choice," he said during a campaign stop in Aurora, Ont. "I think it forces parties to come together and make a pitch to be the second choice of other voters and therefore they are less divisive." -CTV News
Daniel Craig Says James Bond Shouldn’t Be Played By A Woman
Actor Daniel Craig, who plays James Bond for the final time in the forthcoming “No Time To Die,” said he doesn’t think a woman should play the fictional British superspy in future installments.- Huffington Post
Florida Says Many Students Don’t Need To Quarantine After Exposure To COVID-19 Cases
Florida’s new surgeon general on Wednesday signed new rules allowing parents to send their children to school rather than quarantine if they’ve been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and remain asymptomatic. Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo was sworn in Tuesday by Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) as the state continues to battle a surge in coronavirus cases linked to the highly transmissible delta variant. The new rules signed Wednesday allow students to continue going to class on-campus “without restrictions” as long as they are asymptomatic. Ladapo’s provisions do give students the option to quarantine if parents choose, but for no longer than seven days. -Huffington Post
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