From elephant tusks to contraceptives to talcum powder, here are some notable verdicts from the month of May.
The Oklahoma Senate passed a bill that makes it a felony to perform an abortion. However, on Friday, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin vetoed the bill saying it was "so ambiguous" and "so vague" that it couldn't stand up to a legal challenge. So reports The Washington Post.
Deanna M. Roberts, of Sanford, Fla., was indicted on federal charges for allegedly giving illegal silicone injections, including a fatal injection to Lateasha Shuntel. So reports The New York Daily News.
Termination for being too attractive is not unlawful under anti-discrimination laws, according to Manhattan judge Shlomo Hagler. So reports The New York Post.
The Food and Drug Administration has warned Reviva Labs they must prove their products regenerate collagen, plump skin and lighten age spots or cease claiming they achieve those results. So reports NBC News.