Connecticut, California, Oregon, and Colorado have all signaled that their mask mandates will outlast their pandemic restrictions on businesses.
Executive order leaves it to individual businesses, not the government.
Plus: All American adults are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, and Keith Olbermann briefly returns to the spotlight.
From protests to the coronavirus, it thinks it can protect you from anything.
The latest data underscore an appallingly partisan split on what should be a more science-based decision.
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Joy Reid Said Vaccinated People Who Refuse To Wear Masks Are 'Irrational.' Fauci Didn't Correct Her.
Who's being irrationally paranoid?
Pressure Grows on Biden To Rescind Memo That Would Send Thousands Released on Home Confinement Back to Federal Prison
More than 4,000 people released on home confinement could be sent back to federal prison after the pandemic. Senators and advocacy groups say it's cruel and unnecessary.
Nothing is more permanent than an “emergency” mandate.
The decision by the CDC and FDA to pause the Johnson & Johnson vaccine was a disastrous misstep.
Even during a pandemic, major changes to laws and policies should be funneled through state assemblies.
Leveling that grave accusation at every aspect of American life will produce disengagement, alienation, and reaction.
The Supreme Court reaffirms that COVID-19 regulations must comply with the First Amendment.
The risks of blood clots are much lower than the risks of COVID-19 illness, hospitalizations, and deaths.
The majority reminds the 9th Circuit that the First Amendment puts limits on COVID-19 policies.
In the Face of Arrests, City Barricades, and Revoked Permits, This California Saloon Fights for Its Right To Reopen
For months, the owners of Tin Horn Flats have refused to comply with restrictions on their business.
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This is no time to undermine intellectual property rights for vaccine makers.
A shocking 12 percent enrollment drop in New York City points to possible long-term structural impacts of the pandemic.
The founder of the Slapfish seafood chain battles arbitrary, non-scientific regulations and a punishing economy while reinventing the lobster roll.
Democrats never miss an opportunity to rail against big corporations. Yet they're eagerly subsidizing their big corporate friends.
The culinary innovator behind Slapfish on what it's been like to run a business with government at all levels arbitrarily flipping the on-off switch.
N.Y. Appellate Court Upholds Semester Suspension for Attending Unmasked/Undistanced Off-Campus Parties During Epidemic
“While the penalty of suspension is very harsh, it is not shockingly disproportionate to the offense. It does not shock the conscience for a university, acting during a pandemic, to enforce rules designed to prevent the spread of the virus with the penalty of suspension.”
So far it's crickets from The New York Times and The Washington Post.
The governor has said that his scheme of pandemic restrictions on businesses and social activity will sunset on June 15 provided there are enough vaccines for everyone and hospitalization rates remain low.
L.A. teachers win $500 childcare concession, though New York union still holding firm on anti-scientific 2-case rule.
Yet the company is still getting stupidly scolded by public health busybodies
It's a regulation-heavy Monday.
The Washington Post nevertheless blames "a broad loosening of public health measures."
CBS cut the part where DeSantis carefully explains why the reporter's narrative is wrong.
At present, there is nothing in federal law that should preclude vaccination requirements for returns to workplaces and campuses.
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Americans distract themselves with freak-show headlines while political institutions escape their control.
The journalist and free-speech activist says identity politics are destroying the media, higher education, and Hollywood.
The increase in the estimated infection fatality rate is especially large for the oldest age group.
More mixed messages from CDC Director Rochelle Walensky.
The book, which garnered a $4 million deal and touted Cuomo's purported pandemic-handling competence, may have gotten the governor into hot water.