The Daily Populous

Saturday September 11st, 2021 night edition

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The Supreme Court has come in for plenty of well-deserved criticism for last week’s midnight maneuver allowing Texas to enforce its new abortion law.

(Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who are also Catholic, joined with two other justices in dissent.).

The faculty group’s specific objection was to his support for the right to abortion.

It remained, however, far under the radar during the unseemly sprint to her Supreme Court confirmation.

We can talk about sexual identity, gender nonconformity, all manner of topics once considered too intimate for open discussion.

About one-third of Americans, according to a recent Gallup poll, want the court to overturn Roe.

It’s incumbent on the rest of us to call out those who invoke God as their legislative drafting partner. »

Denmark lifts all Covid restrictions as vaccinations top 80%

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More than 80% of people above the age of 12 in the Scandinavian country have had the two shots, leading the Danish government to declare as of midnight it no longer considers Covid-19 a “socially critical” disease.

The tipping point in Denmark to start easing restrictions came when a majority in the 50+ age group had both shots, Riis Paludan said.

Distancing is still recommended and strict entry restrictions still apply for non-Danes at the borders. »

France bans unvaccinated American travelers

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A French government decree issued on Thursday bumped the United States and Israel from the country's "green" list, down to "orange," effectively prohibiting nonessential travel to France for unvaccinated visitors.

Under France's rules, unvaccinated travelers from either country will still be allowed in provided they have an essential reason for travel, however they'll need a negative Covid-19 test before travel and must quarantine for seven days on arrival.

Denmark and the Netherlands have also recently updated their restrictions, requiring proof of vaccination for US travelers. »

Prince Andrew served with paperwork in sexual assault lawsuit

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Representatives of the woman who claims she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew say they have managed to serve the duke with the lawsuit’s paperwork.

‘On multiple occasions Prince Andrew intentionally touched (Roberts) in an offensive and sexual manner without her consent’.

MORE : Prince Harry is now the least popular royal after Prince Andrew. »