(The Center Square) – The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously ruled that the national eviction moratorium mandated by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is unconstitutional. The court said in its ruling that the matter ultimately needed to be resolved by Congress.
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RALEIGH — Gov. Roy Cooper announced May 14 that all mandatory capacity and gathering limits, social distancing requirements and most mandatory…
(The Center Square) – The teachers union in the middle of a scandal for influencing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's official school reopening guidance gave nearly $20 million to Democrats in the 2020 election cycle, filings show.
(The Center Square) – A federal judge Wednesday vacated a national moratorium on evictions imposed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, following a trend of rulings issued by other federal judges in other states.
ASHE COUNTY — As vaccinations continue to be administered, Ashe County stays at a steady 18 active COVID-19 cases with 74 individuals being mo…
(The Center Square) – New federal guidance around masks will have Americans breathing easier this summer.
(The Center Square) – Nearly three times as many people died from accidental drug overdoses in San Francisco in 2020 than from the coronavirus, preliminary data released by the city’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner reveals.
ASHE COUNTY — As Ashe takes a shift back into significant impact, active cases rise to 29 as of April 19. Forty-eight individuals are being ac…
(The Center Square) – Three Republican U.S. senators from tourism-reliant states rolled out new legislation this week that would lift the COVID-19 restrictions on cruise ships by July 4 of this year. If enacted, the measure could be a lifesaver for the hurting industry and bring billions into the economy of states hit hard by the pandemic.