Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - July 15 2021
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Rogers' five-day refund 'wholly inadequate' legal expert says
Rogers Communications Inc.'s move to credit its customers with the equivalent of five days of service following the massive outage that crippled its network last week is "wholly inadequate," a legal expert said.-CTV News
Alberta judge rules against organ transplant candidate who refused to take COVID-19 vaccine
A judge with the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta has ruled it is not unconstitutional for an organ candidate to be removed from the transplant list over her refusal to take a COVID-19 vaccine. Earlier this year, Annette Lewis filed an application against Alberta Health Services, an Alberta hospital and several doctors. She claimed the requirement to take what she called "the experimental COVID-19 injection" as a prerequisite to life-saving surgery is a violation of her fundamental freedom of conscience, right to life, liberty and security, and right to be free from arbitrary discrimination under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The transplant program stated that in order to honour the gift from donors and maximize the utility of a scarce treatment resource, the program endeavours to select candidates in a manner that provides organs both to those most in need and who have the best probability of short and long-term survival. In his ruling, Justice Belzil said while it is beyond dispute that Lewis is the sole arbiter of what goes in her body and he accepts that her concerns about the safety and efficacy of the vaccines are deeply rooted, he does not accept that her beliefs and desire to protect her bodily integrity entitled her to impact the rights of other patients.
Your Childhood Dreams
A new survey of 2,000 Americans brought them back to yesteryear to examine their childhood dream jobs and their evolution to adulthood. Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Zety, the survey found that, sadly, two-thirds failed to fulfill their childhood dreams.-SWNS
Americans support extending child support payments to pregnancy, survey finds
About half of surveyed Americans favor laws that would require child support payments to begin at the moment of conception, a stance that demonstrates the breadth and complexity in how policymakers may have to reconcile the concept of personhood before birth and determine when and how to establish rights in the aftermath of the Supreme Court case that overturned Roe v. Wade. The survey, conducted by the Bucknell Institute for Public Policy from June 13 to 23, found that 47 percent of respondents were in favor of child support payments from conception, 28 percent were opposed and 25 percent were unsure. -19thnews.com
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