Reuters: U.S. Justice Department reopens probe into FBI's botched investigation into sex abuser Larry Nassar.
Wisconsin State Farmer: CAFO fined $86,000 for wastewater violations.
Attorney General Josh Kaul says Jon-De Capital, Inc. of Baldwin, Wis., was fined for allegedly allowing one of its manure storage facilities to overflow in September 2017 causing it to flow into a tributary of the Rush River. Kaul also notes that Jan-De Capital failed to install permanent markers in its waste storage facilities in 2017; constructed a facility without approval from the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) in 2017; and stored manure in unapproved locations and facilities in 2017 and 2020.
NPR: Federal appeals court blocks California's ban on private detention centers.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed the ban into law in 2019. It sought to curtail California's cooperation with the federal government on immigration detention by slowly closing private detention facilities in the state by 2028.
A lawsuit challenging the rule was brought by the Trump administration and GEO Group Inc., a company that operates two private immigration detention centers. The Biden administration pursued this lawsuit after Donald Trump left office, despite campaign promises by Biden that he would close privately run detention centers.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Judge gives a "do-over" to potential juror who walked out of courthouse due to lack of COVID protections.
Ms.: A record 106 abortion restrictions have become law so far this year.
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