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'People who do not want to be vaccinated may go elsewhere': Court sides with IU ...

South Bend Tribune 03 Aug 2021
Supreme Court ... In court last month, Bopp argued that the vaccine requirement violates students' rights to bodily integrity, informed choice of medical treatment and religious freedom, essentially forcing them to choose between getting vaccinated and continuing their education at IU.
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Pa. Bar Association announces 2021-22 chairs for committees, sections

Penn Live 03 Aug 2021
It promotes the understanding of laws, regulations and court decisions in the gaming area and develops materials and educational programs of interest to gaming practitioners ... It promotes the understanding of laws, regulations and court decisions in the gaming area and develops materials and educational programs of interest to gaming practitioners.
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Impart edu through DD, Akashwani, HC to state

The Times of India 03 Aug 2021
Bombay HC bats for dedicated education TV channel for students amid pandemic ... The Bombay high court on Monday batted for a dedicated education television channel for all students suffering internet connectivity issues, particularly during the Covid-19 pandemic ... For the blind, there is no education at all,’’ Warunjikar added.
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Appeals court upholds Indiana University’s vaccine mandate

Boston Herald 03 Aug 2021
The policy makes vaccination a condition of attending the university, and students who don’t want to get vaccinated can also seek “ample educational opportunities” elsewhere, according to the appeals court ruling ... Supreme Court to review the rulings, which legal experts say are the first from federal courts regarding college immunization mandates.
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Hebron woman charged with welfare fraud

The Post-Star 03 Aug 2021
... Court on a charge of felony third-degree welfare fraud ... Michael Goot covers politics, crime and courts, Warren County, education and business.
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Indiana University vaccine mandate clears hurdle in federal appeals court

Bangor Daily News 03 Aug 2021
INDIANAPOLIS — A federal appeals court ruled ... The policy makes vaccination a condition of attending the university, and students who don’t want to get vaccinated can also seek “ample educational opportunities” elsewhere, according to the appeals court ruling.
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Schools bring back masks, still waiting for more guidance from state

The Post-Star 03 Aug 2021
Queensbury High School English teacher Pat Gormley teaches a summer class on Monday ... Michael Goot ... I’m an educator. I make education decisions ... “We have advocated since the beginning of the year that any educator who wants a vaccine should have easy access to one ... Michael Goot covers politics, crime and courts, Warren County, education and business ... .
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ReUnite Ministries to present 'Ride for ReUnite' on Aug. 14

The Maryville Daily Times 03 Aug 2021
All proceeds will benefit ReUnite, a residential counseling and education center dedicated to restoring mothers and reuniting them with children they have lost to court-ordered foster or kinship care ... ....
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Washington County Sheriff's Office launches overdose tracker

The Post-Star 03 Aug 2021
Michael Goot. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has released a new public dashboard that will display overdose trends within the county ... Police agencies within the county were invited to partner on this effort to share their statistics ... Six were fatal ... Michael Goot covers politics, crime and courts, Warren County, education and business ... .
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Tyranny Has Returned to the US, This Time by Proxy

The American Spectator 03 Aug 2021
In 1776, the newly minted Americans declared their unequivocal rejection of government tyranny. Back then, tyranny was simple and direct. Today, it’s not. Tyranny describes “cruel, unreasonable, or arbitrary use of power or control.” ... healthcare, communication, the marketplace, the court system, border control, education, work, and recreation ... .
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We have channels for movies, why not have one for education? asks Bombay HC

Hindustan Times 02 Aug 2021
On a query from the court on how the state was imparting education to specially-abled and other students in rural areas, assistant government pleader Reena Salunke responded that both students were being provided education through online meeting platforms such as Google Meet and Zoom.
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Supreme Court restores service of forced retired primary school teacher

Urdu Point 02 Aug 2021
The Supreme Court on Monday accepted an appeal filed by a primary school teacher Humaira Bibi against compulsory retirement and restored her service ... The court also issued notices to Secretary Education KPK, Secretary Elementary and Secondary Education, Director District Education Mansehra.
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Aurora's Laurie Moniz earns Educator of the Year Award

Record-Courier 02 Aug 2021
NCRA’s CASE (Council on Approved Student Education) Award of Excellence recognizes the important role student education plays in the court reporting profession and honors educators for their dedication and outstanding achievement and leadership.
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Limpopo’s pit latrine toilet battle finally heads to court

Independent online (SA) 02 Aug 2021
A case calling for the removal of pit-toilets at schools in Limpopo will be heard in the provincial high court, six years after the matter was first instituted ... to be heard in court on Friday ... In 2018, the High Court handed down a structural order in the Rosina Komape and Others v.
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'Consider edu channel for differently abled': Bombay HC to I&B ministry, NCERT

Hindustan Times 02 Aug 2021
The Bombay high court on Monday asked the ministry of information and broadcasting and ... Then why can’t there be devoted channels for education, not only for specially-abled students but even for those who have suffered? We have to go back to old technology now,” the court observed.

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