The Orlando Sentinel reports:
A federal court granted a preliminary injunction against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and its conditional sail order that has shut down the cruise industry during the COVID-19 pandemic, but has delayed that injunction for a month to let the CDC propose some changes.
The CDC has been wrong all along, and they knew it,” said Gov. Ron DeSantis in a press release.
“The CDC and the Biden Administration concocted a plan to sink the cruise industry, hiding behind bureaucratic delay and lawsuits. Today, we are securing this victory for Florida families, for the cruise industry, and for every state that wants to preserve its rights in the face of unprecedented federal overreach.”
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Federal judge throws out CDC’s cruise safety regulations, handing win to @GovRonDeSantis. The 124-page ruling says “conditional sail order” can remain until July 18, then rules will turn into non-binding recommendations for cruise companies. via @taydolven https://t.co/CnkvXySLnT
— Mary Ellen Klas (@MaryEllenKlas) June 18, 2021