Your Monday night briefing from the staff of Courthouse News
Top eight CNS stories for today including the Supreme Court revived a $12 billion suit by insurers that lost money under the Affordable Care Act health care law overhaul; New York officials junked the already delayed 2020 Democratic presidential primary; Europe’s great lockdown to stop the coronavirus pandemic is gradually coming to an end, and more.
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1.) The Supreme Court was nearly unanimous in ruling against the government Monday, reviving a $12 billion suit by insurers that lost money under the Affordable Care Act health care law overhaul.
2.) Markets looked poised to build on a fair Monday opening but closed at roughly the same point.
3.) A yarn manufacturer’s massive $531.9 million contract to make 60 million gowns dwarfs those given to makers of other personal protective equipment as well as the companies working on vaccines and ventilators.
4.) New York officials on Monday junked the already delayed 2020 Democratic presidential primary, but the state will still hold its congressional and state-level primaries on June 23.
5.) San Francisco Bay Area counties will extend stay-at-home orders through the month of May to dodge a second wave of Covid-19 infections capable of paralyzing the area health care systems.
6.) A federal trial began Monday over whether Florida can deny the right to vote for felons unable to pay court costs, restitution or fines.
7.) Ten days after easing restrictions on some businesses and medical procedures, Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced Monday the next steps in the state’s economic reopening this week.
8.) Europe’s great lockdown to stop the coronavirus pandemic is coming to an end bit by bit and day by day.