One of the physicians behind the claim lauded the appeals court’s decision as a step against a “tyrannical” F.D.A. that had dared warn Americans away from an unproven–and apparently ineffective–treatment for COVID-19.
A half-dozen Colorado voters have filed a lawsuit seeking to remove former President Donald Trump from the state’s 2024 election ballots. According to NBC News, the lawsuit was filed earlier this week in a Denver-based district court. In their complaint, the six plaintiffs contend that Trump’s alleged facilitation of the January 6th riots outside of
Trump’s legal team appears to have since done an about-face, refusing to contest a petition that would keep the lawsuit in state court.
While the injunction will expire, the court said that it will soon release a written order overturning the controversial book ban in its entirety.
The court found that the plaintiffs lacked standing to file the complaint, insofar as they failed to demonstrate that Trump seeking a second term in office could constitute cognizable injury.
Civil rights advocates claim that Tennessee’s Republican-dominated state legislature intentionally fragmented Nashville-area voting districts to preserve their supermajority.
Some of Wisconsin’s liberal Supreme Court justices have already indicated that the current legislative maps appear inherently unfair.
The controversial Florida Republican repeatedly referred to “Biden’s Education Department,” all while referencing a series of federal rules that were first enacted in the mid-1960s.
The conservative organization claims that the F.A.A. has refused repeated records requests pertaining to Buttigieg’s alleged use of private government jets.
Florida state officials had earlier sought a temporary restraining order to prevent the Biden administration from rescinding public health-related restrictions on alternative parole opportunities for undocumented immigrants.