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And good Friday morning F is alive on this 10th day of September, 34 minutes past the hour and the Biden administrations that Justice Department is suing Texas over its new six week abortion ban and the Texas law went into effect September 1st after the Supreme Court declined an emergency request to block it. Now the court did not rule on the law's constitutionality. However, Attorney General Merrick Garland and filing the suit said the ban is clearly unconstitutional under the court's own Long standing precedents. After careful assessment of the facts and the law, the Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against the state of Texas. The obvious and expressly acknowledged intention of this statutory scheme is to prevent women from exercising their constitutional rights by thwarting judicial review. For as long as possible thus far. The law has had its intended effect because the statute makes it too risky for an abortion clinic to stay open. Abortion providers have ceased providing services. This leaves women in Texas unable to exercise their constitutional rights. And unable to obtain judicial review. At the very moment they need it. The United States also brings this suit to assert other federal interests that SP eight unconstitutionally impairs. Among other things, SP eight conflicts with federal law by prohibiting federal agencies from exercising their authorities and carrying out their responsibilities. Under federal laws relating to abortion services. It also subjects federal employees and non governmental partners to implement those laws to civil liability. And penalties. The United States also seeks a permanent and preliminary injunction. Prohibiting enforcement of the statute against the state of Texas, including against the state's officers, employees and agents and private parties. It has effectively deputized Who would bring suit under SP eight Texas right to Life, the state's largest anti abortion group and driver of that new law, said the group is already working with other states to pass. Similar measures. Well. It was a chance encounter with a former Marine beset by delusions of child sex trafficking that ultimately led to the massacre of four members of a Florida family, including a mother, who was holding her. Baby boy that from Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd, who said at a news conference Thursday that Brian Riley told acquaintances he was headed for hurricane relief work. He stopped by a friend's house to pick up a first aid kit and That's when a short distance away, Riley saw Justice Gleeson mowing his lawn with his 11 year old daughter. In the yard. There was no relationship. Brian didn't know them in advance. Brian Reilly stopped out in front and talked to justice who was mowing his yard. One of our homicide victims. And that's when he said. Hey, God said. That I need to talk to Amber. Because she's going to commit suicide. This is all fiction. All made up by him. Understand? And I underscore when we make those references. There was no victims of such crime in that house. He was a coward. An absolute coward. He looks like a man. But he's not a man on the sheriff said the 11 year old girl, who was shot multiple times survived the attack by playing dead. She's undergone four surgeries. Riley served as a Marine in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was working as a security guard in the Lakeland area, including at a church now after that job is girlfriend of four years told investigators Riley began talking about communicating with God. But Not about violence. Well. Former Wisconsin Lieutenant governor Rebecca Kleefisch launched her campaign for governor Thursday by likening herself to former president Trump and deriding Democratic incumbent Tony Evers as weak. Clean Fish is trying to become the first female governor in Wisconsin's history, and the race is a top priority for Republicans to they control the Legislature, but they've been blocked by Evers. He's vetoed Republican bills to make.