A federal court has temporarily suspended the application of Texas’ new “heartbeat law.” Controversial laws prohibiting abortion once the cardiac activity of the fetus can be identified and can be prosecuted against those who think they have had or have had an abortion. Senate Bill (SB) 8 – which came into force on September 1 – has already created a number of lawsuits and an appeal for intervention in the Supreme Court. But Scott said the law, as it was written (applied through personal lawsuits, not state action), has yet to do so. Subsequently, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a lawsuit against the law.
Now The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas has sided with the federal government. In an October ruling, the court rejected the Texas lawsuit’s dismissal and granted the Fed’s urgent offer for a temporary restraining order or initial injunction. That means SB8 is stuck, the next legal process is left.
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The court rejected many of Texas’ arguments for dismissing the case, including the argument that the federal government could not bring it (because it could not show enough injury). “The federal government, which is part of the SBS, is blocking the ABAbility to provide abortion–Related Mandatory service by rules, Law, and litigation law, the United States has met its burden Show a specific, specific and actual injury, ”the court ruled. “By imposing দায় 10,000 or more in damages on any person for performing an abortion, persuasion, assistance or persuasion, SB8 inflicts financial loss on the federal government, its employees and its contractors.”
In addition, the court said that “The U.Knight States arguess that it has ‘deep sovereign interests’ to justify its citizens [sic] Constitutional rights and ensuring that right ‘will be acquitted in federal court. “
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Twitter has started adding trigger alerts to some discussions. Below are some tweets Which says a “heads up” warning “Such conversations can be intense.”
So far, the results are interesting.
Twitter Hall Test several new prompts “It warns before a conversation can get heated,” notes Edge:
In one instance, a prompt is omitted directly from an ongoing conversation that states that “this type of conversation can be intense.” In the other, which seems like if you try to answer one of those intense conversations, the headline “look at each other” and sets three bullet points to encourage sympathetic and truth-based conversations.… Another prompt, for example, may be offensive. Some warn you before tweeting.
Good news for food freedom:
Through this social change takes place # Impact Litigation To see.
– Dan Alban (an Dan Alban) October 6, 2021
If Congress does not increase the debt limit, the government may start defaulting on the provision of social security.
If you are born between the 11th and 20th of a month and the Fed defaults, your Social Security will be delayed first. @ Elisaphores Bizarre and impossible decisions that must be made if the US defaults and the government unveils. pic.twitter.com/itSzCw4eud
– Andrew Van Dam (@andrewvandam) October 6, 2021
D DOJ is launching a new national cryptocurrency enforcement team.
Ron “The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that they are recommending the approval of the Mosquito Malaria Vaccine,” Ron Bailey reported.
August United States.6. has collected more than a billion dollars in tariffs. “This is an amount that has exceeded the maximum single month total during the Trump administration and that has reduced monthly tariff revenue from the previous year,” Eric Boehme notes.
বিল New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio can run for governor of the state. Not everyone next to him is very excited. “Osama bin Laden is probably more popular in Suffolk County than Bill de Blasio,” said Rich Schaefer, chairman of the County Democratic Committee. New York Times.