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Miami’s New Restrictions on Food Sharing and How They Might Be Unconstitutional

 

 

“We ate well and cheaply and drank well and cheaply and slept well and warm together and loved each other.” ― Ernest Hemingway, A Moveable Feast VICTORIA KLINE―Chapter 25 section 25 of the City of Miami Code of Ordinances, passed in June of 2020, is called Regulations for large group feedings. It sounds like it […]

 

 

Will the Supreme Court Expand Gun Rights?

 

 

JESSICA NUNEZ MUNOZ—In 2008, the Supreme Court in District of Columbia v. Heller held that individuals otherwise qualified to carry handguns have a Second Amendment right to possess guns in their home. In Heller, a District of Columbia law denied a police officer the ability to possess a handgun in his home for self-defense purposes. […]

 

 

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Miami’s New Restrictions on Food Sharing and How They Might Be Unconstitutional

 

 

“We ate well and cheaply and drank well and cheaply and slept well and warm together and loved each other.” ― Ernest Hemingway, A Moveable Feast VICTORIA KLINE―Chapter 25 section 25 of the City of Miami Code of Ordinances, passed in June of 2020, is called Regulations for large group feedings. It sounds like it […]

 

 

Will the Supreme Court Expand Gun Rights?

 

 

JESSICA NUNEZ MUNOZ—In 2008, the Supreme Court in District of Columbia v. Heller held that individuals otherwise qualified to carry handguns have a Second Amendment right to possess guns in their home. In Heller, a District of Columbia law denied a police officer the ability to possess a handgun in his home for self-defense purposes. […]

 

 

Examining the Washington Football Team Sexual Harassment Investigation Scandal

 

 

EVAN GILBERT—Dan Snyder has long been called one of the worst owners in sports, for a myriad of reasons, during his tenure at the helm of the NFL’s Washington Football Team (WFT). On July 16, 2020, Snyder became even more scorned, when the Washington Post reported workplace harassment in the organization. The Post detailed allegations […]

 

 

How Florida Is Protecting the DNA Privacy Rights You Didn’t Know Need Protection

 

 

FAY SHAULSON—On October 1, 2021, H.B. 833, also known as the Protecting DNA Privacy Act, went into effect in Florida. The Act heightens current protections of genetic information by clarifying the extent to which individuals own their genetic information and establishing separate criminal penalties for each instance of intentional collection, retention, maintenance, disclosure, submission, analysis, […]

 

 

Death Struck on “Rust” Film Set: Who Will Be Held Liable?

 

 

BAYLA SANDMAN—On October 21, 2021, Alec Baldwin fired a prop gun on the set of “Rust,”  killing Halyna Hutchins, the film’s director of photography, and  injuring Joel Souza, the film’s director. Presently, it is unclear who from the film will be charged and what they will be charged with. There is no doubt that there […]

 

 

Whose History? Our History! California’s Ethnic Studies Requirements

 

 

MYLES CRANDALL—1968 was a year of protest and innovation. Coalitions in California, led by students of color, organized with demands including admitting more students of color to colleges, hiring more diverse faculties, and funding scholarly programs centered on the contributions and needs of minority communities. Following months of protests, San Francisco State University and UC […]

 

 

Is the End Near for Pharmaceutical Pay-for-Delay Deals?

 

 

CHELSEA OLIVERA—The legal and policy momentum to curb pharmaceutical pay-for-delay deals is ramping up. On September 22, 2021, Humana and Centene, two health insurance companies, individually filed lawsuits in the U.S. District Court of New Jersey against Merck, a pharmaceutical manufacturer. The health insurance companies alleged that Merck engaged in anticompetitive “pay-for-delay” practices that caused […]

 

 

 

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