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A sign welcomes people to Girdwood. (Bill Roth/DNA File) Months after the problem began, residents of Girdwood learn that fluoridation of the town’s drinking water has been halted for most of the past year and will likely not be fluoridated again until 2024. Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility Director MarkRead More →

Integrated Bar Association of the Philippines (IBP) The Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) has taken a cudgel for unvaccinated people in the country against local policies and ordinances that restrict their movement “despite the absence of law” on mandatory COVID-19 vaccination. Local government units in the National Capital RegionRead More →

Unlike a long-standing precedent, individualism reigns supreme in recent court decisions regarding COVID-19. In two recent cases—Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn c. Andrew M. Cuomo and South Bay United Pentecostal Church c. Gavin Newsom– The United States Supreme Court has overturned emergency COVID-19 restrictions on religious gatherings. On the surface,Read More →