Monthly Archives: May 2019

New York City’s Mandatory Vaccination Order: Parental Objections & Judicial Reinforcement

Written by Sean Ferrito    The Outbreak  In 2000, the United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention declared measles, a highly contagious infectious disease, eliminated. This came after decades… Read more »

“He is Terrified of You”: The Legal Implications and Questions Surrounding the Tyreek Hill Audio

Written by Richard H. Miller III Introduction On April 25, 2019, just a day after Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe declined to criminally charge Kansas City Chiefs Star Tyreek Hill,… Read more »

Federal Court Grants Nationwide Preliminary Injunction Blocking New Title X “Gag Rule” from Taking Effect

Written By Lesley M. Harlem Introduction On Thursday, April 25, United States District Court Judge Stanley A. Bastian granted a nationwide preliminary injunction temporarily blocking the imposition of a “gag… Read more »