Court grants the ruling on Florida cruises to be overturned as a victory for CDC
In a victory for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a federal appeals court suspended a verdict from a U.S. district judge who aided Florida in a battle over the cruise industry.
New court documents show that the 11th U.S. Court of Appeals granted the CDC’s motion on Saturday. Now that the residence has been issued, CDC rules remains in place to allow the industry to resume operations once certain thresholds are met.
The CDC appealed Motion to the court on July 7th to give a reprieve after U.S. District Judge Steven Merryday refused to give his judgment on Jan.