C.L.I.C.K. for Justice and Equality is an agent of change alerting our social community of injustices and inequalities among the underserved, disadvantaged, and disenfranchised individual or group. A disadvantaged or disenfranchised person or group is anyone who is socially, culturally, and politically deprived of or oppressed from life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Change takes place through our legislative body of Senators and State Representatives, not from the Judicial bench.
Describing the restriction as "a strong showing of bad faith and improper political influence," a federal district drug has directed pharmacies to allow minors to buy the morning after pill without a prescription.
In honor of Netflix's very important announcement—that it will release a 15-episode series of Arrested Development on May 26—it only feels appropriate to post this reunion of the cast, hosted by the New Yorker last fall.
"It is striking and discouraging," David Kindig and Erika Cheng write, "To find female mortality rates on the rise in 42.8 percent of US counties, despite increasing medical care expenditures and public health efforts."
Today's top 5 stories: 1) the sequester is getting real; 2) immigration reform looks to accelerate; 3) should we let people buy into Medicare?; 4) financial regulators look beyond the banks; and 5) has gun control stalled out?