The ‘No Jab, No Pay’ policy used to mean the loss of a tax benefit. Now it is a $28 penalty every two weeks until the child is vaccinated. Neighboring New Zealand is leaving the question of whether to innoculate up to parents.
Canadian Judge Joyce Lester discounted the victim’s identification of the accused because he came from a different cultural background. She was also disturbed the girls talked among themselves about the attacker.
Federal health authorities are hoping Congress will pass a bill that would fund a universal flu vaccine. Instead of injecting a piece of a virus into a person, synthesized genes would be shot into the body. This isn’t traditional vaccination anymore. It’s gene therapy.
Paul Boron may have only wanted to have an unbiased record of his disciplinary meeting with Principal David Conrad. When he told the principal he was recording, Conrad allegedly gave Boron unsolicited legal advice, calling the act a felony. Illinois law seems fuzzy on that point. Conrad did not seem to have a reasonable expectation of privacy because the conversation took place by an open door to the hallway. This also appears to be an equal protection issue, since students are routinely recorded by cameras without their permission.