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# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
Government Contracts With COVID Vaccine Makers Let Federal Agencies Bypass Normal Regulatory Process, FOIA Documents Show: BARDA, a little-known federal agency, was responsible for conducting the quality review of the COVID-19 vaccine doses distributed in the U.S., which allowed the federal government to avoid regulations in the distribution of COVID-19 countermeasures, Sasha Latypova reported.
Australia Ditched Moderna’s COVID Vaccine for Kids Under 12 — But Why? The Australian federal government this month updated its website to state that Moderna’s Spikevax COVID-19 vaccine is “no longer available” for children under 12 — but there was no press release, no media coverage and no “dear doctor” letters.
# Economy / Finance / Trade / Banks
The Supreme Court’s Next Gift For Its Billionaire Benefactors: The Supreme Court just agreed to hear a case next term that could preempt Congress and the Biden administration from instituting a federal wealth tax. A think tank affiliated with some of those benefactors recently pressed the court to accept the case and outlaw such taxes.
Bidenomics and the American Death Sentence of Poverty: While recent economic numbers may give Biden reason to wax poetic, they also mask the suffering of millions of Americans shackled by poverty. “Poverty is America’s death sentence, and we won’t be silent anymore,” Bishop William Barber intoned as he opened the Poor People’s Campaign Moral Poverty Action Congress on June 19th in Washington, DC.
# Education / Schools
Supreme Court Kills Student Debt Relief, 1 Day After Slashing Affirmative Action: The decision comes as the student debt payment pause is slated to end, yanking away a chance at relief for millions.
Right-Wing Think Tank, Walmart Heirs Behind Latest Attack on Arkansas Teachers: SB 473 caps decades of efforts by the right to eviscerate teachers’ unions.
Supreme Court Reverses Decades of Precedent to Curtail Affirmative
Action: The decision will likely have devastating impacts on racial equity in higher education. Supreme Court reverses decades of precedent by ending affirmative action By a 6-to-3 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court effectively ended race-conscious admission programs at colleges and universities across the country.
# Employment / Labor
TSMC to Bring 500+ More Migrant Workers to Arizona: The chipmaking giant, which expects to receive up to $15 billion in federal tax credits and grants for its Arizona facility, says U.S. workers are not up to the job.
How Americans created a wave of pro-worker laws: The legislation would make it easier for workers to organize at a time that more and more Americans are seeking to join unions.
# Energy / Pipelines / Mining
EPA Announces $7 Billion in Solar Grants for Low-Income Communities: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced the $7 billion Solar for All grants competition to increase affordable solar energy access to millions of low-income households, a press release from the EPA said.
# Environment / Climate / Interior / Infrastructure
In the Everglades, a Clash Portrayed as ‘Science vs. Politics’ Pits a Leading Scientist Against His Former Employer: An influential foundation contends that Tom Van Lent stole “trade secrets.” Environmentalists question why such “secrets” exist, as work unfolds on a controversial reservoir touted by Gov. Ron DeSantis as the “crown jewel of Everglades restoration.”
Off the coast of Florida, archaeologists are finding ancient sites hidden beneath the waves, tucked into the state’s sunken continental shelf.
Deep-Sea Mining Could Cause 25x the Biodiversity Loss of Land-Based Mining, Report Warns: Rising demand for metals like nickel, cobalt, copper and manganese to make batteries used in smartphones and electric vehicles, along with depleting land-based deposits, has led to increased interest in deep-sea mining. But research suggests that the process of extracting mineral deposits from the ocean floor could destroy habitats and decimate species.
# General News
“We Buy Ugly Houses” CEO Steps Down Following ProPublica Investigation: The president and CEO of HomeVestors of America announced Tuesday that he will step down this summer, after an investigation by ProPublica found some of the company’s homebuying franchises had deceived sellers and targeted people in vulnerable situations.
Self-indicted by unpatriotic hate speech, witless right hypocrites slur Dems for ‘hating America’: The first national party to run “for the American presidency by running against the Constitution and the rule of law.” If colluding against the Constitution, top secrets, elections, and law isn’t betrayal, then what?
The Roberts Court’s Cynical Use of Free Speech to Allow Discrimination: If a Colorado web designer can refuse to serve a same-sex couple, why can’t a business owner discriminate against Blacks, Muslims, and Jews? And in similar cases, claims that religious or other personal principles permit discrimination are presumably constitutionally protected as a form of free speech. To say that this is the mother of all slippery slopes would be an understatement.
DeSantis Transferred $92 Million to Project Helping Developer Who Donated to Him: One newspaper questioned whether the revelations demonstrated a “too-cozy” relationship between DeSantis and his donors. One newspaper questioned whether the revelations demonstrated a “too-cozy” relationship between DeSantis and his donors.
# Gov / Politics
DeSantis pitches bizarre plan to eliminate four key agencies: The 2024 presidential candidate’s call to eliminate four key federal agencies is foolish. His plan to abuse those agencies is even worse. His list included the Department of Education, the Commerce Department, the Department of Energy and the IRS
Former top Ohio lawmaker sentenced to 20 years in one of state’s largest scandals: Former Ohio House speaker Larry Householder was sentenced Thursday for his role in a $60 million bribery scheme.
The Supreme Court Sets Fire to Affirmative Action. John Roberts Won’t Own Up to It: The Supreme Court ruled against affirmative action on Thursday, critically restricting decades-long programs that considered race in college admissions.
Republicans Are Back to the Ol’ “Have Their Cake and Vote Against It Too”: A number of Republican lawmakers are suddenly giving high praise to Joe Biden’s infrastructure agenda—despite voting against it.
DeSantis signs bill to use radioactive waste in road construction: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has approved a plan to use phosphogypsum, a radioactive waste material, in “demonstration projects.” The Environmental Protection Agency has regulated the waste product since 1989, and it notes that phosphogypsum contains the radioactive elements uranium, thorium, and radium. “All uses of phosphogypsum waste have been banned unless the waste has very little radioactivity,” according to the EPA.
The fashion industry is nothing like Shein’s viral influencer videos: I’ve investigated the fashion industry. Maxine Bédat, founder of the New Standard Institute, digs into the recent Shein influencer trip, how social media can spread false narratives, and our need to really hold the fashion industry accountable. Shein and its competitor Temu together import 600,000 packages a day into the U.S. These products are air freighted
# LGBTQ / Gender
Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Discrimination Of Same-Sex Couple: The Supreme Court on Friday greatly expanded the rights of people who want to discriminate against same-sex couples in a case involving an amateur website designer who was never asked to make a website for a same-sex wedding.
Starting July 9, the cost of a Forever stamp, or mailing a one-ounce letter, will increase from 63 cents to 66 cents.
Google said on Thursday it plans to censor Canadian news from search results in Canada, once a new federal law called the Online News Act takes effect.
UPS strike is imminent if satisfying offer is not given: If UPS does not give the International Brotherhood of Teamsters an offer the union can agree to, many Americans will be affected by a workers’ strike starting Aug. 1 https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://www.thecentersquare.com/national/article_baac6202-16a1-11ee-a593-03c76faa55ce.html__;!!On18fmf1aQ!13cvA21sTOCp-QCdR6EFbYphy70QsouC19gttIzLD4K4FVXYtx8uEk75ET-xe2dDnwhKnkVO7kgvlXeDWXYjJQckQOYGERVq$
# Medical / Health
2023 Scorecard on State Health System Performance: Americans’ Health Declines and Access to Reproductive Care Shrinks, But States Have Options: Federal and state governments could: close the coverage gaps that remain and enroll uninsured people who are eligible for subsidized coverage; improve the cost protections of insurance plans; and lower barriers to reproductive health, preventive health, and behavioral health care, particularly for the most vulnerable.
Health care varies widely based on where you live. Report ranks best, worst states: The Commonwealth Fund’s 2023 Scorecard on State Health System Performance ranked states based on health care access and affordability. The top five states with the highest overall health system scores include Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. The states scoring the lowest were Mississippi, West Virginia, Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas.
# Medical Science
Global team of scientists discovers why herpes simplex encephalitis is so devastating in some babies and children: Defects in a single protein involved in cell death may impair the immune system’s ability to combat a herpes viral infection in the central nervous system, scientists have found in new research that examines a pediatric infection and explains how the flawed protein can lead to a rare but severe form of encephalitis.
Menopausal hormone therapy linked to increased rate of dementia: Use of menopausal hormone therapy is associated with an increased rate of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, suggests a large Danish study published by The BMJ.
Gates Commits $400 Million to Test New TB Vaccine on 26,000 People in Africa and Southeast Asia: The Gates Foundation unveiled plans Wednesday to fund a long-awaited trial for what, if proven effective, would be the first new tuberculosis vaccine in over a century.
# Military / Global
Kremlin Wants to Purge Wagner’s Prigozhin Loyalists: For anyone wondering how Russia might change after this weekend’s aborted putsch, it would be worth keeping an eye on Viktor Zolotov, the longtime bodyguard of President Vladimir Putin, who emerged as one of the few apparent winners in the regime’s near-death experience
White House announces $3.1 billion to address homelessness, including among veterans: The new measure is “the largest-ever, single-year investment … to help communities address homelessness,” the Biden administration said in a statement.
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