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 Judge set to hear challenge of Mississippi abortion law

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 13 hrs ago

Judge set to hear challenge of Mississippi abortion law

"Here in friendship heights At 8 40 Mississippi's loan abortion clinic is set to close its doors at the close of business today tomorrow a new state law that bans nearly all abortions in Mississippi goes into effect Yesterday a judge rejected a request by that abortion clinic to temporarily block that law and allow it to remain open while legal challenges against the law play out Mississippi legislators passed the trigger law before the Supreme Court recently overturned the roe versus wade decision Last hour we took a closer look at the candidates for the democratic nomination from Montgomery county executive with primary day in the state coming July 19th this time John takes a look at the other candidates My platform is really pretty simple Number one I want to concentrate on public safety That's Republican reared in Sullivan who's the chairman of the county's Republican central committee and the owner of an engineering consulting firm He's up against lawyer Shelley skolnick for the GOP nomination I characterize myself as a moderate Republican Years ago I was a moderate Democrat Both spoke at a forum hosted by the Montgomery county black collective The Green Party's Devon badly is a candidate for the general election only The former motorcycle racer and dealer says he wants to fight fraud waste and abuse by

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 US judge finds for 3 drug distributors in WVa opioid lawsuit

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

US judge finds for 3 drug distributors in WVa opioid lawsuit

"$764,000 initiative is being paid for with federal stimulus money A U.S. judge finds three major drug distributors should not be held responsible for the opioid health crisis in West Virginia The plaintiffs in the landmark lawsuit had sought more than $2.5 billion that would have gone toward efforts to reduce overdoses deaths and the number of people with opioid addiction The companies blamed an increase in prescriptions written by doctors poor communication and pill quotas set by federal agents U.S. district judge David Faber wrote in his 184 page ruling that while there is a natural tendency to assign blame in such cases they must be decided not based on sympathy but on the facts and the law Back

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