Saturday, July 24, 2021

Eleventh Circuit Declares Win for Florida and the Cruise Industry

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, after Florida appealed to the United States Supreme Court, the Eleventh Circuit Court reversed its earlier decision and sided with the State of Florida against the CDC’s unlawful No-Sail Orders. Following this decision, the cruise industry will be able to resume operations without adhering to the CDC’s unlawful and discriminatory rules.


What exactly is going on here? Do Circuit courts do this sort of thing usually or ever? Asking for a friend.

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it's about time for the courts and judges to get their heads out of the sand.

Posted by: Stu Buchalter | Jul 24, 2021 11:39:48 AM

In other legal news:

"A playboy, a femme fatal spy and a powerful Italian cardinal are preparing to stand trial in the Vatican's biggest corruption probe that has changed the way the Holy See conducts criminal justice.

Cardinal Angelo Becciu, 73, once one of Pope Francis’ closest confidants, is accused of syphoning off at least 100,000 euros from Vatican funds to help his brother in Sardinia, but also of trying to sabotage a wider investigation that landed him and nine other defendants on the dock.

The case centres around a botched real estate deal involving a former Harrods’ warehouse converted into luxury flats, on which the Vatican lost an undisclosed figure, running into millions of pounds, mostly coming from donations to Peter’s Pence, the papal charity fund."

No taxation without representation: you chaps should set up an American Catholic Church of your own.

Posted by: dearieme | Jul 25, 2021 7:21:51 AM

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