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The Supreme Court of Norway on Tuesday determined that sex dolls mimicking child-like qualities represent the sexualization of children and violate criminal law. This decision stems from an attempted 2016 import of a silicone doll from Hong Kong to Norway. The doll had the appearance of a child and contained “oral, vaginal and anal body […]

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Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler and Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works RD James on Thursday announced the repeal of the Clean Water Rule. The rule granted federal pollution protections for streams and wetlands. The EPA and the Army claim that the “2015 rule … impermissibly expanded the definition of ‘waters […]

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New York Attorney General Letitia James issued letters Wednesday ordering two New York companies, MeToo Kits and Preserve Group, to cease and desist production of at-home sexual assault kits. Both MeToo Kits and Preserve Group produce and sell at-home kits for the gathering of evidence in sexual assault cases. In her letters, James argued that the […]

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Courts in England and Northern Ireland have rejected challenges to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to prorogue, or suspend, Parliament, both holding that the act was a political matter in which the courts could not intervene. An English court released a full judgment on Wednesday for a decision rendered last week, stating that reviewing the […]

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The British government published a report on Wednesday forecasting the “reasonable worst-case scenario” of a “no-deal” exit of the UK from the EU. British opposition lawmakers compelled the publication of the report via a Parliamentary vote for its release. The report predicts severe traffic jams at ports resulting in food and medicine shortages, as well […]

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