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The Health and Human Services Board will look at revised language for the ordinance, which would give state-granted enforcement power to the county health officer during a pandemic, at its next meeting. The most recently proposed draft was postponed by the public health communications subcommittee after a town hall meeting where some residents expressed concerns …

Reviewed by Emily Henderson, B.Sc.Oct 22 2020 Genome editing of human embryos represents one of the most contentious potential scientific applications today. But what if geneticists could sidestep the controversy by editing sperm and eggs instead? According to a new paper co-written by a University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign legal expert who studies the ethical …

Click here for updates on this story     ATLANTA (WGCL ) — Police across the country, including here in Atlanta, are looking to the future to take down criminals. Atlanta Police Department recently used a drone to fly into accused murderer Antonio Rhynes apartment. “This technology is specifically utilized by our SWAT team,” said Lt. Pete …

Two Madison committees were cool Wednesday to a proposal to begin breaking up authorized homeless encampments as well as unsanctioned camps, such as one in McPike Park. STEVE APPS, STATE JOURNAL ARCHIVES With winter approaching and dozens of homeless individuals living in city-approved and unsanctioned outdoor encampments, two Madison committees were cool Wednesday on a …

As a physician and a Seventh-day Adventist Christian, I am concerned about both protecting religious freedom and protecting the rights of others, including their health. How can we live in a society where we all have the ability to follow our conscience and at the same time protect the health and happiness of others? First …

WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal watchdog agency has concluded that Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue violated federal law in advocating for the reelection of President Donald Trump during an August visit to North Carolina. The Office of Special Counsel called on him to reimburse the government for costs associated with his participation in the event. The …

Name: Linus Chan Title: Associate clinical professor of law, University of Minnesota Law School, director of the Detainee Rights Clinic at the school’s Binger Center for New Americans Education: A.B., University of Chicago; J.D., Northwestern University School of Law University of Minnesota Law School professor Linus Chan, recently honored for outstanding contributions to immigrant justice, …

by: Staff | newsweb@everythinglubbock.com Posted: Oct 3, 2020 / 11:03 PM CDT / Updated: Oct 3, 2020 / 11:03 PM CDT FILE – In this file photo, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton speaks during a hearing in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File) AUSTIN, Texas — Seven attorneys from the Texas Attorney General’s Office made …

Drumright residents on city water woke up Wednesday to no water pressure after a “catastrophic water break” was reported. The issue reportedly began around 6:15 a.m. with a break at the base of the city’s water tower, according to the post. A second water line break was reported near the Free Will Baptist Church, affecting …

× Thanks for reading! Log in to continue. Enjoy more articles by logging in or creating a free account. No credit card required. YORK – York County will be getting a new wheelchair-equipped minivan – hopefully – and it will also be 100 percent funded by federal/state money (again, hopefully). Lori Byers, director of the …