The afflicted person, who lives in southwestern Colorado, was infected after exposure to sick squirrels earlier this summer... They contracted septicemic plague, which doesn’t spread easily; no other cases were found and the person has since recovered, the Denver Post reported.
Even though the tax deadline was extended to July 15 this year, the IRS will be paying interest on any refunds issued after April 15, according to a decision made by the agency last week. It's the result of a "quirk in the tax code" combined with the unusual step taken this year of extending the filing deadline, according to the WSJ.
“Estrogen is not a treatment for ODD. I can’t be more emphatic about that,” McGough said. “You won’t find a reference anywhere that supports the use of estrogen for ODD.” The lawsuit described the treatment as “experimental.” The doctor who prescribed the estrogen, Danny Wang, could not be reached for comment...
“The city of Portland has been under siege for 47 straight days by a violent mob while local political leaders refuse to restore order to protect their city,” Wolf said in a statement. “Each night, lawless anarchists destroy and desecrate property, including the federal courthouse, and attack the brave law enforcement officers protecting it.”
In an opinion issued Wednesday at several Republican legislators’ request, Landry says the mandate is too vague and too broad. He says the order undermines its stated goals with numerous exceptions and turns private businesses into an “enforcement arm” for the governor’s order. An attorney general’s opinion does not carry the force of law.