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Mat Staver, chair of the Liberty Counsel, hailed the decision against bans on conversion therapy in a statement as a win for free speech and predicting similar rulings would follow.

The ban on outdoor exercise and even dog-walking had made the measures among the strictest in the world.

The bans also don’t apply to law enforcement at the state or federal level.

Alison Maley, with the Illinois Statewide School Management Alliance, said the group supports a ban on prone restraint and has provided input to lawmakers on other parts of the legislation with the hope “that we can come to an agreement.”

Reports suggest new measures could be introduced, including a ban on private parties until Christmas, compulsory mask-weaking in schools, and even quarantine and sick leave for anyone experiencing symptoms of a regular cold.

On February 6, 2020, a flavored e-cigarette ban went into effect across the country.

Now, Facebook says the temporary ban will continue for at least another month.

In the Netherlands, the sector is required to be phased out completely by 2024 on animal welfare grounds, while there is also political support in Denmark for such a ban.

This round of clandestine bans isn’t the first instance of Beijing imposing unofficial embargoes on Australian goods.

Facebook recently announced a ban on any new political ads in the final week of the election.