A New York judge has ordered New York to immediately begin offering coronavirus vaccines to any and all inmates held in the state’s prisons. CBS News reports that the ruling ends a nearly two-month dispute between inmates and the state. Prisoners, notes CBS, had earlier filed a lawsuit against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and
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Activists allege that Berks County’s commissioners have refused to inform of the public of their plans to use the facility as part of a mysterious federal contract.
While Rev. Patrick Mahoney held a similar vigil outside the Capitol last year, the National Guard is still restricting access to the building’s grounds due to the January 6th riots.
One worried mother said she’s afraid her young daughter will have to undress in front of “biological male,” transgender students.
The anonymous plaintiff, originally from Turkey, says Epstein threatened to feed her to alligators if she ever told anyone what he’d done to her.
The two officers accuse Trump of intentionally sparking the January 6th riots, in which they were both injured.
LGBTQ Students, Activists Sue Department of Education for Giving Title IX Funds to Religious CollegesMarch 31, 2021
A group of LGBTQ activists have filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Education, claiming the agency disburses federal funds to colleges with discriminatory policies. According to The Greenville News, the lawsuit states that Title IX policy strictly prohibits educational institutions from discriminating against anyone on the basis of gender or sexual orientation. However,
Corrections officially had actually encouraged eligible inmates to sign up for unemployment. However, inmates’ funds were cut after the governor decided giving prisoners benefits made for bad publicity.
Civil rights activists say the lawsuit will disproportionately harm people of color.
Dominion says it hasn’t ruled out suing Donald Trump himself.
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