Health officials in Maryland have warned summer camp operators to get parents' permission before letting campers use sunscreen. They had also originally warned them to be cautious in allowing staff to assist campers in applying sunscreen and not to allow campers to aid each other applying sunscreen, but after some criticism, they seem to be backing down. Officials say the rules were meant to prevent improper touching.
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New York City, Which Defended Its Onerous Gun Transport Restrictions As Necessary for Public Safety, Concedes They Weren't
Several justices seem skeptical of the claim that revising the rules after SCOTUS agreed to consider a challenge to them made the case moot.
The officer turned his body camera off, but the incident was still recorded.
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