The Office of Civil Rights (OCR) of the Department of Health and Human Services has issued a notice regarding the provision of remote services by health providers. The full text appears below. But the gist of the notice is that for the pendency of the COVID-19 pandemic, the OCR is suspending enforcement of its restrictions on platforms health providers can use to provide telehealth services (such as remote counseling or physical therapy sessions).
At National Review Online, Ramesh Ponnuru analyzes the constitutionality of modern efforts to revive the Equal Rights Amendment:
At LinkedIn, our friend and former colleague Tim Holly asks, "Should Stereotypes (And Hairstyles) Be Enshrined in Law As 'Historically Associated With Race?'" Tim analyzes proposed new legislation currently under consideration by the Delaware General Assembly, which mirrors legislation which has been proposed in other states.
From the James Wilson Institute (JWI) website: