I do realize today may not be the most propitious time to shrink legal news into, well, this. But when have I ever been propitious? (A perjorative question; I don’t even know if personhood conveys propition. And you’re right: propition is not a word.)
And anyway, we all need to turn our minds toward something else for a minute or two. Or a second or two.
Apply your time as you see fit.
Panel Rejects Habeas Appeal for Pair of Captive Chimps
Jason Grant, New York Law Journal
Chimpanzees Tommy and Kiko will not be transferred to a South Florida sanctuary after a Manhattan appeals court on Thursday joined four previous state courts in refusing to recognize the animals’ legal “personhood.”