Tuesday, June 6, 2023

‘Enormous policy failure’: states throw hundreds of thousands—including many children—off Medicaid

"We knew this was coming," wrote one policy expert. "But we still treat these burdens like they're unavoidable natural disasters."

How workers in the South are defying history

The company resisted them. History defied them. Geography worked against them.

How protests that double as trainings are growing this fossil fuel divestment campaign

The activists represented a broad coalition of grassroots organizations that had come to Malvern to stage an intervention over Vanguard’s $300 billion investments in fossil fuels.

Supreme Court’s ruling on humane treatment of pigs could catalyze a wave of new...

While the ruling was fractured and reflected complex legal questions, it is a major victory for those working to improve farm animal welfare.

Our times call for managing complexities, not solving problems

How Paicines Ranch in California works to bring business and investment up to date with our times and closer to nature—prioritizing ecosystem health, habitat, and the sequestration of carbon through soil practices.

Republicans want to defund our libraries

Claiming to protect children, Republicans are going after libraries and librarians instead of the police, gun manufacturers, and actual child sexual abusers.

FDA’s blood ban reversal for gay men, explained

The FDA’s latest move represents a seismic shift for gay and bisexual men as well as for the critically low U.S. blood supply.

Why child labor in America is skyrocketing

The answer is frighteningly simple: greed.

The Supreme Court is corrupt. Let’s fix it.

And they wonder why their public approval rating—and legitimacy—are in the ditch!

Radioactivity: The Women of Three Mile Island

It connects the proverbial dots of the 1979 Three Mile Island nuclear plant disaster—doing so brilliantly.