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Airlines Sue Britain Over 'Unclear' Travel Restrictions  

A bevy of airlines and airports are taking action against Britain’s travel restrictions, and are seeking greater transparency regarding its COVID-19 policies. So reports WTVB.


Harvard Law School Gets New Director of Religious Freedom Clinic  

Harvard Law School appointed Joshua C. McDaniel as director of the school’s Religious Freedom Clinic. So reports Harvard Law Today.


R. Kelly Trial Date Set, Bail Denied  

Judge Ann Donnelly rejected embattled recording artist R. Kelly’s bail application and moved his trial date to Wednesday, Aug. 18. It was originally set for Monday, Aug. 9. So reports the The New York Daily News.


Trump Takes to the Courts Over Big Tech Censorship

Ex-President Donald Trump is the lead representative in a class action lawsuit against Google, Twitter, and Facebook as well as their CEOs Sundar Pichai, Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg. So reports Axios.


Breonna Taylor's Family Sues Over Allegedly Missing Bodycam Footage

Sam Aguiar, an attorney representing the family of Breonna Taylor, has filed a lawsuit alleging several of the police officers involved in the raid that led to Taylor’s death were supposed to be wearing body cameras, and that the Louisville Metro Police Department might be lying about the existence of footage caught by those cameras. So reports NBC News.


Foul-mouthed Cheerleaders, Crypto-buying Rappers Top June Verdicts

From Mali slaves to cursing cheerleaders here are some notable verdicts from June.


Chicago Residents Sue Over Alleged Parking Meter Monopoly

A lawsuit has been filed in federal court against Chicago Parking Meters claiming their operation amounts to a monopoly. So reports WGN9.


Indiana University Students Take to Courts Over COVID-19 Vax Mandate

Indiana University students have filed a lawsuit against the school over its COVID-19 vaccination requirement. So reports CBS News.


Condo Collapse Victims Seeking $5M in First Lawsuit

A class action suit has been filed on behalf of victims and a nearby property owner after a beachfront condo collapsed in Florida. So reports USA Today.


Historic Debt Relief Program for Minority Farmers Paused As Final Decision is Pending

The Agriculture Department’s debt relief program aimed at farmers of color is facing a new setback after a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction for the program. So reports Politico.


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