Qualified Immunity Goes to the Supreme Cour

Qualified Immunity Goes to the Supreme CourtCato has been leading the campaign to abolish qualified immunity, a judicial doctrine that shields state officials from liability, even when they violate people’s constitutional rights. Soon the Court will decide whether to hear cases on the issue and potentially reconsider the doctrine altogether.Supreme Court Will Soon Decide Whether To Reconsider Qualified Immunity
By Jay Schweikert MULTIMEDIAHow to Fix the FDA’s Mistaken ResponseMuch of the initially flat‐​footed response of public health officials to the coronavirus pandemic was due to cumbersome, inflexible, and outdated regulations controlling the development and distribution of drugs and tests. Watch this short video to learn about how the FDA’s failure affected testing, health care, and disease prevention.WATCH NOW
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