(The Center Square) – Texas Attorney General Paxton led a 10-state coalition in filing an amicus brief with the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in support of Florida’s law that regulates censorship on Big Tech social media platforms. The law, similar to one just passed by Texas, requires Big Tech platforms to consistently apply content-moderation practices and disclosures to affected users.
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(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden’s federal vaccine mandate sparked controversy among Americans, but one of the nation’s most elite fighting forces may be hit harder than other groups by the new requirement.
NEW ORLEANS - New Orleans prosecutors say that they're ready to retry Cardell Hayes, the man who shot and killed former Saints star Will Smith, but his defense attorney said he will push to postpone the Oct. 18 trial date.
(The Center Square) – A Kentucky judge said he expects to make a ruling in the next few weeks on a new state law that allows some families to receive grant funding they can use to cover private school tuition or other school-related expenses for their children.
(The Center Square) – When the Kentucky General Assembly voted to do away with a statewide mask mandate for Kentucky public schools during a special legislative session last week, it chose to give local school leaders the option of maintaining masking policies. So far, a majority of the districts have decided to keep them for now.
A chaotic Wednesday night at the Prince William County School Board meeting ended with the board unanimously approving a vaccine or testing mandate for all division staff as well significant changes to its citizen comment procedures.
The Pike County and Pikeville Independent School Districts announced they will continue to mandate masks to mitigate COVID-19, after the state…
(The Center Square) – The Kentucky General Assembly wrapped up a three-day special session dealing with COVID-19 issues late last week. However, the tensions between the Republican-led legislature and Gov. Andy Beshear were by no means healed by the time the gavels were put down.
The Pike County School District will continue to require masks inside its buildings as long as the county meets certain criteria, which will b…