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California Joins Other States in Insulin Price Hike Lawsuit

The state of California is suing Eli Lilly and Co, Sanofi SA and Novo Nordisk A/S for allegedly overcharging patients for insulin. So reports Reuters.


Biden Appears Poised to Make Border a Priority: Experts  

President Biden announced a new “migration management strategy” pairing additional expulsions with increased opportunities for immigrants. This comes as record numbers of migrants continue to enter the U.S. through the southern border. So reports CBS News.


W. Virginia Law Inhibiting Trans Athletes Will Be Enforced: Judge

West Virginia will now be allowed to enforce a law restricting what sports teams transgender girls will be permitted to play on after a recent ruling from Judge Joseph R. Goodwin. So reports Politico.


Stars of 1968 Shakespeare Adaptation Allege Sexual Exploitation of Minors  

Leonard Whiting and Olivia Hussey, the teenage stars of the 1968 adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, are suing Paramount Studios for allowing the film to be released with images of the two actors nude. So reports CNN.


Trump, Others Facing Wrongful Death Lawsuit from Brian Sicknick’s Longtime Partner  

Sandra Garza, representing the estate of fallen U.S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against ex-President Donald Trump and two rioters. So reports NPR.


SCOTUS: Border Restrictions to Remain Intact During Challenge  

The Supreme Court said Title 42, a Trump-era border rule, will stay in effect during its legal challenge. So reports CNN.


Franklin Pierce School of Law Student Group: Application Delayed Over Religious Stance

The Free Exercise Coalition, a Christian group at the UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law, is threatening legal action after alleging the school’s Student Bar Association needlessly delayed formally recognizing the group. So reports NHPR.


Pardoned Lawyers Who Confronted Protestors with Guns Shouldn’t Get Them Back: Judge  

Mark McCloskey and his wife Patricia, both lawyers who gained notoriety for brandishing weapons at activists during a 2020 protest in Missouri, are not entitled to get their weapons back even after the state’s governor pardoned them for their actions. So reports Yahoo! News.


Aerosmith Singer Sexually Assaulted Teen Under His Guardianship: Lawsuit  

Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler has been accused of sexual battery, sexual assault and intentional infliction of emotional distress by a woman who said she had a relationship with the rock star while a teenager. So reports The New York Post.


Apple May Face Legal Action Over Watch’s Accuracy for Dark-skinned Users  

A proposed class-action lawsuit has taken aim at Apple Watch’s blood oxygen sensor, which experts said have shown to be racially biased. So reports ABC News.


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