Friday, November 12, 2021

Citigroup Prepared To Back Off On Anti-Second Amendment Stance
Tom Knighton / BEARING ARMS

It wasn’t all that long ago when I wrote story after story of firearm-related businesses finding themselves cut off from services in the financial sector. It was frustrating because I’m a free-market kind of guy and I didn’t really see what could be done to stop it, especially since the then governor of New York was pushing them to do just that. 

Yet Texas seemed to stumble on a way. As one of the largest states, financial companies desperately want to do business with it. As a customer, though, they’re free to determine who they wish to do business with, same as you or I would.

They said they wouldn’t do business with any company that did such things. Now, one of those companies is ready to do just that.

Citigroup Inc. says it’s prepared to restart its public-finance business in Texas after halting the operations in the wake of a new Republican law in the state that sought to bar it and other banks from such work as punishment for restrictive gun policies. Read more here.

Appeals Court Temporarily Blocks January 6 Committee from Obtaining Trump White House Records 
Rebecca Downs / Townhall Tipsheet
The January 6 select committee will not yet be getting their hands on documents from the Trump White House, following a Thursday ruling from the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. Attorneys for former President Donald Trump asked the court on Thursday to delay the National Archives from handing key documents over to the committee, which was supposed to receive them tomorrow. This ruling comes after U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan on Tuesday ruled against Trump's request to block the release of documents. 

A panel composed of two judges appointed by former President Barack Obama and one by President Joe Biden issued an order granting the request, noting that "the motion for an expedited briefing schedule, which the court construes as a motion to expedite consideration of the appeal of the district court's order denying the motion for a preliminary junction, be granted." Read more and see tweets here.



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