It is widely believed by many that advanced shielding systems can adequately protect personnel from radiation and minimize the risk to women. This may be the case, perhaps, for larger ships, where increased distance of personnel from reactors can be protective. But on submarines, the nuclear reactor is near the center of the vessel, and sailors need to pass by that radiation emitting system to get to the engine room watch stations, often several times a day.
The Court never says in advance which opinions it’s releasing, and it has until the end of June to either release opinions or decide to postpone the decisions. So there’s no way of knowing what, exactly, might get dropped on any given opinion day.This is the famous “Cake Case” a battle over whether a bakery in Colorado can refuse to bake a wedding cake for a same sex couple, with swirling tensions over free speech, freedom of religion and freedom from discrimination.The case stems from the state’s anti discrimination law, which prohibits companies from discriminating against customers based on their sexual orientation. (Worth noting: There is no federal law banning discrimination against gay people, and state laws vary, meaning that many bakeries could turn away gay couples without consequence.)The bakery owner argues that this is a First Amendment case: Colorado is attempting to force him to bake a cake that sends a message support for gay marriage that he does not believe in.The state argues that this isn’t about free speech, but instead is about a refusal to serve a certain class of people.
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That’s followed by planning to lay out what should happen and execution, which by necessity must go at least a tiny bit awry. The misstep is inevitably due to human error and rectified by human improvisation. The coda reveals a satisfying twist, generally delivered in flashbacks to those parts of the crime that we have not been shown.By those lights, “Oceans 8” is a dutiful (if, at times, also cheeky) heir to the franchise that began in 2001 with Steven Soderbergh’s reboot of the original “Ocean’s 11,” a suave exemplar of a male dominated lineage that runs from the noirish “Rififi” (1955) to last year’s country fried caper flick “Logan Lucky,” also by Soderbergh.