Democrat Mayer Eric Garcetti was booed loudly on Friday, as fans were welcomed back to Dodgers Stadium on Friday.

The Dodgers handed out World Series rings to the World Series champs, but Dodgers fans handed down a chorus of disapproval when their mayor was introduced before raising the banner.

WATCH: LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Booed at Dodgers Game
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WATCH: LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Booed at Dodgers Game

Democrat Mayer Eric Garcetti was booed loudly on Friday, as fans were welcomed back to Dodgers Stadium on Friday.
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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 decision late Friday that California must lift its coronavirus pandemic restrictions on in-home religious gatherings and prayer meetings.

The petitioners are a pastor and group of worshipers who hold services in their home because of coronavirus restrictions. They asked for an injunction reversing the lower federal courts and blocking California Gov. Gavin Newsom while this case is on appeal.

Earlier in 2020, faith leaders protested Newsom’s lockdowns on indoor worship. Later in the year, Newsom ignored a Supreme Court order and doubled down on his lockdowns regarding indoor religious gatherings.

The lower courts, including the Ninth Circuit, ruled against these home-church worshipers. According to the court majority, this is “the fifth time the Court has summarily rejected the Ninth Circuit’s analysis of California’s coronavirus restrictions on religious exercise.”

SCOTUS: California Must Allow In-Home Religious Gatherings
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SCOTUS: California Must Allow In-Home Religious Gatherings

SCOTUS ruled in a 5-4 decision late Friday that California must lift its coronavirus restrictions on in-home religious gatherings.
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A majority of Democrats agree with Major League Baseball’s ( MLB ) political decision to pull the All-Star game and Draft from Atlanta over the state’s recent election law, but a plurality of black voters consider it a bad decision, a Rasmussen Reports survey released Friday showed.

The survey, taken April 7-8, among 1,000 likely U.S. voters, asked respondents if they believed it was a “good idea or a bad idea” for the MLB to move the All-Star game and Draft to Denver following the passage of the Peach State’s election law, which, despite popular belief, expands voting in some areas.

While a plurality of respondents across the board, 44 percent, said it was a bad idea, 40 percent said it was a good idea, and 16 percent said they remain unsure. A majority of Democrats, however, 60 percent, said the decision was a good idea compared to 62 percent of Republicans who said the opposite. Fifty-one percent of those unaffiliated with either major political party deemed the MLB’s decision “bad.”

Poll: 60% Democrats Agree with MLB's Decision to Move All-Star Game from Atlanta
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Poll: 60% Democrats Agree with MLB's Decision to Move All-Star Game from Atlanta

A majority of Democrats agree with Major League Baseball's (MLB) political decision to pull the All-Star game and Draft from Atlanta.
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Florida continues to report fewer new cases of the Chinese coronavirus per capita than pro-lockdown blue states such as New York, Pennsylvania, and Michigan.

While the establishment media frequently criticized Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) for prioritizing individual liberty throughout the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, Florida is continuing to fare better than certain blue states in terms of reporting new cases of the virus.

Florida, which has no mask mandate in place, has reported 176.3 cases per 100,000 in the last seven days, or 37,859 cases, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) April 9 data.

But three blue states — Michigan, Pennsylvania, and New York — have reported more cases per capita in the same time frame, despite leaving certain restrictions in place, including statewide mask mandates.

Florida Reports Fewer Coronavirus Cases Per Capita Than NY, PA, MI
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Florida Reports Fewer Coronavirus Cases Per Capita Than NY, PA, MI

Florida continues to report fewer new cases of the Chinese coronavirus per capita than pro-lockdown blue states such as New York, Pennsylvania, and Michigan.
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According to Health and Human Services, the federal government is detaining more than 20,000 unaccompanied migrant children nationwide. To accommodate the latest surge, HHS opened 13 new detention facilities since March 1 and are designed to house the children until sponsors receive them.

According to the latest HHS data, they hold 16,000 unaccompanied children and another 4,000 are about to be transferred from Border Patrol custody. The HHS estimates the cost to detain a child in the newest facilities, which they refer to as Emergency Intake Sites (EIS), is $775 per day. In other long-term facilities, they indicate that cost to be approximately $275 per day. The temporary shelter numbers are those in excess of 13,500 permanent facility beds, meaning the agency is spending nearly $4 million a day on long-term UACs and nearly $2 million per day on EIS shelters. This does not account for the expenditures by the Border Patrol to detain the additional 4,000 UACs.

U.S. Spends $6 Million Per Day to House Unaccompanied Migrant Children
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U.S. Spends $6 Million Per Day to House Unaccompanied Migrant Children

According to Health and Human Services, the federal government is detaining more than 20,000 unaccompanied migrant children nationwide.
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