Vac­cine suit

Te Awamutu Courier - - News -

Some time ago the Te Awa­mutu Courier printed let­ters to edi­tor that pre­sented both sides of the vac­cine de­bate.

Since these let­ters were pub­lished, Robert F. Kennedy Jr and the founder of In­formed Con­sent Ac­tion Net­work, to­gether, has filed a law suit against the United States gov­ern­ment and the US De­part­ment of Health and Hu­man Ser­vices re­gard­ing vac­cine safety. Win­ning this law suit has cre­ated a le­gal mile­stone for ac­count­abil­ity, be­cause, it turns out the De­part­ment of Hu­man Health and Ser­vices ad­mit­ted in court that it had never filed a sin­gle bi­en­nial re­port to Congress in the last 30 years. This le­gal man­date is sup­posed to pro­vide de­tails of im­prove­ments in vac­cine safety.

BAR­BARA LIN­TON

I think it is bril­liant of Waipa¯ Dis­trict Coun­cil to of­fer in­ter­est-free loans to staff for e-bikes. They are used to get to work and free up park­ing spa­ces for less mo­bile cit­i­zens. If I ran a busi­ness I would fol­low their ex­am­ple. What a great way to solve our park­ing prob­lem. I thank Hay­den Woods for draw­ing my at­ten­tion to this ex­cit­ing for­ward plan­ning by a cre­ative coun­cil.

JUNE BRIGHT

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