People living in an apartment complex in New South Wales, Australia, locked down because of COVID-19, say officials are searching through their deliveries and seizing alcoholic beverages. New South Wales Health admits it is trying to limit the amount of alcohol residents of the building are drinking to "ensure the safety of health staff and residents." Residents are limited to six beers or mixed drinks, one bottle of wine, or one 375-milliliter (13-ounce) bottle of distilled spirits a day.
The Minnesota Supreme Court Rejects the Legal Theory Underlying a Murder Charge Against Derek Chauvin
The ruling won't help him much, because he also was convicted of a more serious charge, based on a "particularly weird" form of the felony murder doctrine.
Dispatching a state trooper to a hospital seems a bit excessive.
Indiana Woman Must Shut Down Business After County Officials Determine Her Farm Isn't Zoned for Commercial Goat Yoga or Goat Snuggling
Jordan Stevens' application to legalize her Happy Goat Lucky Yoga business was denied by Hamilton County's Board of Zoning Appeals last month.
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The Open Restaurants Program spared much of New York's restaurant industry from the ravages of COVID-19 shutdowns.