Members of Japan's Miyazaki prefectural government say that in retrospect it was a bad idea to bring a deadly tick with them to a press conference to warn about the dangers of a tick-borne disease. The tick got away, and even with help from the reporters at the press conference, officials were unable to find it.
Plus: EFF fights ban on discussing digital locks, Walmart to launch cryptocurrency, and more...
Kansas and California Cops Used Civil Forfeiture to Stage Armored Car Heists, Stealing Money Earned by Licensed Marijuana Businesses
The Institute for Justice argues that the seizures violated state law, federal law, and the U.S. Constitution.
The science isn't actually on school districts' side.
In the Case That Blocked OSHA's Vaccine Mandate, the Justices Disagreed About When COVID-19 Counts As a Workplace Hazard
The crux of the argument is the distinction "between occupational risk and risk more generally."