Tag Archive: court rules


on September 27, 2022 in World News

CDC has 3 days to release data on COVID vaccine injuries collected via V-safe app, court rules

by Michael Nevradakis Ph.D. ,The Defender A federal court in Texas is giving the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention until Friday to release the first batch of data on adverse events following COVID-19 vaccination collected by the agency via its V-safe app. This article was originally published by The Defender — Children’s Health Defense’s News & Views Website (Children’s Health Defense) – A federal court in Texas is giving the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) until Friday to release the first batch of data on adverse events following COVID-19 vaccination collected by the agency via its V-safe app. The order by the U.S. District Court...

by Michael Nevradakis Ph.D. ,The Defender A federal court in Texas is giving the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention until Friday to release the first batch of data on adverse events following COVID-19 vaccination collected by the agency...

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on January 17, 2019 in Gun Page World News

City of Austin Violated Texas Gun Law, Court Rules

by Mary Lou Lang Follow @MaryLouByrd12 The city of Austin violated Texas’ gun law by restricting licensed citizens from carrying concealed firearms at Austin City Hall, a court ruled today. The Travis County District Court ruled the city violated Texas’ open carry law and imposed a fine for each violation which was far below the fine the City of Austin could have faced. In today’s ruling the District Court agreed with the attorney general’s office and protected the Second Amendment in this case. The City of Austin violated the state’s open carry law on six occasions, the court indicated,...

by Mary Lou Lang Follow @MaryLouByrd12 The city of Austin violated Texas’ gun law by restricting licensed citizens from carrying concealed firearms at Austin City Hall, a court ruled today. The Travis County District Court ruled the city violated...

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on July 8, 2017 in World News

Americans have the right to film police in public, court rules

US citizens have the right to film police performing their duties, a three-judge panel of judges from the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has ruled, overturning a Philadelphia court decision against two people who filmed on-duty police. Writing the opening opinion for Friday’s ruling was Judge Thomas Ambro, who cited the famous Rodney King case from 1991, when Los Angeles police were filmed beating King. Judge Ambro said that “filming police on the job was rare then, but common now.” “These recordings have both exposed police misconduct and exonerated officers from errant charges,” he said. Ambro...

US citizens have the right to film police performing their duties, a three-judge panel of judges from the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has ruled, overturning a Philadelphia court decision against two people who filmed on-duty...

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on September 4, 2016 in World News

Discrimination by medicine? Cannabis users have no Second Amendment rights, court rules

by: J. D. Heyes Court watchers know that the Ninth U.S. Circuit is one of the most liberal, most-overturned of all circuit courts. So it wasn’t a surprise to many when leftist judges there recently ruled to uphold a ban on gun sales and possession to anyone who uses marijuana for medical purposes – even if it’s legal in their respective state. As reported by NORML, an organization that is working to reform laws governing the use of marijuana, the judges’ decision backs The Gun Control Act of 1968, a federal law that prohibits the sale of guns to...

by: J. D. Heyes Court watchers know that the Ninth U.S. Circuit is one of the most liberal, most-overturned of all circuit courts. So it wasn’t a surprise to many when leftist judges there recently ruled to uphold a...

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