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Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) will announce his future plans Monday at 2 PM EST in San Antonio, Texas. Perry, whose 2012 campaign for the Republican presidential nomination went down in flames after disastrous debate performances, is serving his third term as governor of the Lone Star state. He recently called a special session to enact legislation designed to place new restrictions on clinics that offer abortions, along with a ban on all abortions performed after the 20th week except when medically necessary.

Experts expect that he’ll start a PAC to support his fellow Republicans in 2014 with an eye to another presidential run.

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On Tuesday, November 23, a jury in Virginia found that a group of White nationalists and White supremacists who organized the infamous Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville in August 2017 were guilty of a conspiracy — and the plaintiffs were awarded $26 million in damages. But reporting from the Associated Press stresses that collecting the money may be challenging, as some of the Unite the Right organizers are broke.

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While the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved COVID-19 vaccine booster shots for U.S.-based adults of all ages, anti-vaxxers continue to spread lies and misinformation about the effectiveness of vaccines. And some of those anti-vaxxers, according to Business Insider’s Tom Porter, are promoting fake and dangerous ways for people who have received COVID-19 vaccines and now regret it to “de-vaccinate themselves.”

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