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Texas law might shield Uvalde information, news report says

Sex bias, insurance coverage, death penalty round out roundup

Today is Monday, the 55th anniversary of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s nomination of Thurgood Marshall to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Here are some other news items.

— Texas law may shield release of information in crimes for which no one was convicted, such as the deaths in Uvalde, according to a news report.

— Denial of gender reassignment surgery constitutes sex discrimination, federal judge rules.

— GEICO must cover costs of sexually transmitted disease contracted in car that company insured, Missouri appeals court says.

— Arizona’s death penalty has history of being cruel and unusual.