A big blow to former President Trump and his efforts to keep documents related to January 6th out of the public eye and away from the House panel investigating the Capitol attack. In a scathing rebuke, a federal judge rejected Trump’s claim of executive privilege: “Presidents are not kings.” Over in Portugal, the country’s parliament passed labor laws to give workers a healthier work-life balance. According to the new rules, it is now illegal for bosses to text their employees outside work hours. And Johnson & Johnson is off the hook in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Supreme Court tossed a 2019 ruling that required J&J to pay the state $465 million for its role in the opioid crisis — rejecting a legal argument currently being used by plaintiffs in thousands of opioid cases across the country. Plus, an original Apple-1 computer was just auctioned for $400,000, 600x its original price.
Wisconsin GOP Legislator Amping Up the Culture War