He also called on the First Amendment right to assemble.(The executive order, which forbids mass gatherings meaning more than 10 people in a single space states that “Mass Gatherings do not include gatherings for health and safety, to look for and obtain goods and services, for work, for worship, or exercise of First Amendment rights, or for receiving governmental services.”)The Embassy Suites eventually called in the local police department, hotel manager Kevin Plucker, told WCNC Charlotte in a statement.”We were in constant touch with this professional organization about changing COVID guidelines leading up to their arrival, yet they still chose to have their group meeting and agreed to the terms about number of people allowed in each room,” he wrote. “On Saturday, when it became clear their attendees were not respecting social distancing requirements, we called CMPD to help us enforce it, which they did. The safety of all hotel guests is always our priority, even more so during the COVID 19 crisis.”Read the original article on Business InsiderYahoo NewsTrump and remark draws outrage from all sidesIn threatening to use the military to shoot down looters in Minneapolis, President Trump was employing a phrase apparently coined by a Miami police chief in 1967, when his city was in the throes of protests over the department use of “stop and frisk” tactics that targeted African Americans.
In another pre clinical modeling experiment in the laboratory, exposing HIV positive patients’ cells to HIV latency reversing agents drugs which are under development to force dormant HIV out of hiding the DART molecules showed potential to be effective immunotherapeutic weapons to clear these latent HIV reservoirs. “This idea is being repurposed for curing HIV with our partners at Duke and MacroGenics. This paper shows that DART molecules can recognize different strains of HIV, bind to cells, and clear and kill the virus in many different scenarios.”.
Retaliation after Meng ruling and Trump on Twitter; In The News for May 28In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what on the radar of our editors for the morning of May 28 . His administration has shelved a proposed executive order empowering the Federal Communications Commission to regulate technology companies, citing concerns it wouldn pass legal muster.
Clyde Prepares for the FamilyOn May 6, Clyde and Bonnie went to the Dallas area to see their families without Methvin. Bonnie pulled her mother aside and must have known that the end was near, as she discussed what she wanted for her funeral. The next evening, Clyde met with his father at a predetermined location.