Thursday, March 30, 2023

US strike activity surged in 2022 as SCOTUS workers’ rights ruling looms

"Workers will face potential liability for any damages the employer deems to be related to the work stoppage. This would greatly limit workers ability to strike and would be a gross misinterpretation of the NLRA."

Two years after its historic deep freeze, Texas is increasingly vulnerable to...

In our view, an approach that employs every tool in the toolbox—including efficiency, demand response and increased grid connectivity—would better serve the state.

Biden’s broken promise to avoid war with Russia may kill us all

On March 11, 2022, President Biden reassured the American public and the world that the United States and its NATO allies were...

West Virginia lawmakers send ‘deadly’ abortion ban to GOP governor’s desk

The bill "bars abortion from implantation with narrow exceptions to save the pregnant person's life or in cases of rape or incest so long as the victim reports the crime."

Sanders crafts amendment to close ‘holes’ in Medicare that ‘are harming seniors’

"Adding dental, vision, and hearing benefits to Medicare is supported by 84% of the American people," said an aide to the senator, who plans to propose including the expansion in Democrats' reconciliation package.

Kentucky ‘now a forced-birth state’ after judge reinstates abortion bans

"We must codify the right to abortion in Congress," said Rep. Pramila Jayapal. "Pregnant people deserve to make their own healthcare decisions."

More than half of US car seats contain chemicals, report confirms

“Parents shouldn’t have to strap their child into a car seat that exposes them to toxic chemicals.”


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Study confirms extinction risk of reptiles could have ‘devastating’ effect on ecosystem

A study conducted by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species warned that the extinction...

An Afro-Indigenous perspective on policing

In his new book, Kyle T. Mays argues that the violence of policing has always been intimately tied to U.S. democracy.