In other news, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam has vetoed a bill to designate the Bible as the state's official book because that's obviously unconstitutional.
Meanwhile, the Missouri state Senate have voted to hold the local Planned Parenthood CEO in contempt for not handing over private medical records.
On a 24-8 vote, senators agreed to move forward with contempt proceedings against Mary Kogut, the CEO of Planned Parenthood of St. Louis and Southwest Missouri and Dr. James Miller of Pathology Services Inc. The vote was along party lines, with Republicans in support and Democrats opposed.
Under the legislation, the two are required under Senate rules to appear in Jefferson City on April 25. Depending on what happens that day, the Senate could choose to pursue charges against the duo carrying possible penalties of $300 in fines and up to 10 days in jail.
Finally, the Army has commissioned the first 22 women to serve as infantry officers.
Have a good weekend.