Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Tag: tear gas

Colorado judge bans use of tear gas, says it violates one...

Citizens should never have to fear peaceful protest on the basis of police retaliation, especially not when protesting that very same police violence."

Tear gas is way more dangerous than police let on—especially during...

Tear gas is banned in international warfare, but it is classified as a “riot control agent” that law enforcement can use for crowd control.

Tear gas is way more dangerous than police let on —...

In the middle of a respiratory pandemic, law enforcement agencies have used tear gas in especially dangerous ways. The chemical agent also seeps into homes, contaminates food, furniture, skin and surfaces, and can cause long-term lung damage.

How tear gas became a favorite weapon of US border patrol,...

Border authorities’ use of tear gas has spiked under the Trump administration, with the agency’s own data revealing it has deployed tear gas over two dozen times this year alone.

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The week of two high-stakes games of chicken

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Victory: PennEast Pipeline stops development of natural gas pipeline

“This is a huge victory. Today, water, the environment, and people spoke louder than fossil fuels.”

‘We aren’t bluffing’: Progressives hold the line as Pelosi moves ahead with bipartisan bill

“If we don’t pass our agenda together—that's infrastructure AND paid leave, child care, climate action, and more—then we're leaving millions of working people behind.”