Christie compares opioid drug crisis to AIDS epidemic
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is comparing the state's opioid addiction crisis to the HIV and AIDS epidemic in the 1980s.
"In the face of two executive orders that sought to prevent innocent refugees and asylum seekers from seeking safety in the United States, the reunion is a victory, not just for our client and his wife and young daughter, but for the rule of law as well," Levy said.
The man alleged in a February lawsuit that Trump's first travel ban halted his efforts to bring his wife and daughter to safety.
According to the lawsuit, the man had been imprisoned and tortured by members of President Bashar al-Assad's military regime, then targeted and placed on a "kill list" of a militant group fighting against Assad.
The magazine publisher, which owns Sports Illustrated and People, said it would not sell itself after receiving several overtures from interested parties.
The coffee chain reported disappointing U. S. sales growth as customer traffic stalled and tempered its profit forecast for the year.
The maker of billing and medical practice management software reported results that missed analysts' forecasts.
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