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Mandy Moore - Taylor Goldsmith - Mandy Moore covers her baby bump in a blue floral print dress as she runs an errand in Los Angeles - dailymail.co.uk - Los Angeles - Los Angeles - California - state New Hampshire - county Moore
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Mandy Moore covers her baby bump in a blue floral print dress as she runs an errand in Los Angeles
Mandy Moore was spotted on the move in Los Angeles on Monday as she stepped out to run an errand.The pregnant 38-year-old actress covered her growing belly in an ultra-feminine blue dress with a floral pattern.At eight months pregnant she still managed to look glamorous as she donned a pair of dark sunglasses.  Out and about: Mandy Moore was spotted on the move in Los Angeles on Monday as she stepped out to run an errandThe New Hampshire-born beauty wore her light brown locks down, letting them fall over her shoulders.Her long, loose-fitting dress had slightly billowed cap sleeves and an empire waistline. It gathered in a more snug fit at her bust before extending to a flared skirt that fell nearly to her ankles.Moore punctuated the look with a pair of nude, flat slip-on sandals with thick crisscross straps.  Delicate look: The pregnant 38-year-old actress covered her growing belly in an ultra-feminine blue dress with a floral patternThe entertainment industry veteran kept her look simple, choosing not to wear jewelry.She did, however, turn to a large black leather purse that she draped over her shoulder.While out in sunny Southern California, she busied herself with her mobile phone for a moment.The expectant mom is already mother to a son named August, 18 months, whom she shares with husband Taylor Goldsmith.
New Hampshire House Kills “Parental Rights” Bill Opposed by GOP Governor - metroweekly.com - state New Hampshire
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New Hampshire House Kills “Parental Rights” Bill Opposed by GOP Governor
Concord Monitor.But critics of the bill, including civil rights organizations, mental health advocates, and even Attorney General John Formella, warned that the bill prioritized parents’ desires over the needs of children and could violate state anti-discrimination laws — concerns that led Sununu to vow to veto the bill.LGBTQ rights advocates specifically balked at provisions that would require schools to effectively “promptly” inform parents about any developments with their child, including any action taken around “gender expression or identity.” They argued that the bill would force counselors, school psychologists, or administrators to “out” LGBTQ-identifying students to their parents, even in cases where the student’s physical health or safety might be endangered by such a disclosure.“This bill as written creates numerous challenges for kids,” Sununu said in a statement prior to the final vote. “I share the concerns of the Attorney General and as such, will veto the bill if it reaches my desk.”In the week leading up to the vote, lawmakers were besieged by emails and calls from national and local advocacy groups on both sides of the issue. RebuildNH, a right-wing group formed during the pandemic to protest COVID-19 social distancing restrictions, paid for billboards across southern New Hampshire urging people to call their lawmakers to support the bill.
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Jack Johnson shares title track from new album, ‘Meet The Moonlight’
Jack Johnson has shared the title track from his upcoming new album, ‘Meet The Moonlight’ – listen to it below.The US singer-songwriter’s eighth studio album – the follow-up to 2017’s ‘All The Light Above It Too’ – will arrive on June 24 via Brushfire/Republic Records.Johnson announced the album last month alongside its lead single, ‘One Step Ahead’, a plucky, acoustic guitar-driven cut rich with texture and insightful lyrics.He’s now dropped off the title tack from the forthcoming project. The tranquil number hears Johnson’s guitar weave in and out of a soothing instrumental dreamscape as he repeats the same verse and chorus over.“It’s funny how blind dreams can be/ It seems like they look off too far/ But it’s good to be right here/ It’s good not to miss too many chances to follow love,” he sings on the chorus.You can listen to the track below:Johnson made his upcoming new album with acclaimed producer Blake Mills (Lana Del Rey, Weezer, Norah Jones), recording it at Sound City and EastWest Studios in Los Angeles and Johnson’s Mango Tree studio in Hawaii.“When Blake and I first got in touch we’d send each other playlists, and over time we realised we were drawn to music that sounds effortless despite all the effort put into making it,” Johnson said in a statement.
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