Voices, The Peoples News No. 2021-07-08

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https://parafia-stafford.pcmew.org/2950-dtpl23056-portale-randkowe-jak-badoo.html July 8, 2021
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# Indigenous
Stimulus Cherokee: In addition to the $3200 paid out by the IRS since the beginning of the pandemic – $1200 in March 2020, $600 in December 2020, and $1400 in March 2021 – members of the Cherokee Nation are receiving an additional $2000 stimulus payment. The payment is slated to be split in two, with one thousand dollars paid this year and the other half paid twelve months from now.

# Animals / Pets / Alerts / Food Recalls
Fish can become addicted to methamphetamine in the water, and scientists are very concerned

# Archaeology
Thousands of Islamic tombs arranged like stars in a galaxy found in Sudan.  Sudan’s Kassala region, which borders neighboring Eritrea, has been occupied by the semi-nomadic Beja people for over two thousand years.

# CoronaVirus (Virus Vaccine is still in clinical trials and tests)
Delta Variant Sends COVID Cases Soaring in 24 States: Dow Futures plummeted early Thursday as fears of a new wave of infections is growing.

Infection with the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 can cause memory loss, strokes and other effects on the brain. New evidence suggests that the coronavirus’s assault on this organ could be multipronged: it might directly attack certain brain cells, reduce blood flow to brain tissue or trigger production of immune molecules that harm brain cells.

Indonesian Sinovac Vaccine Trials Scientist Dies Of Suspected Covid

Pfizer to seek FDA authorization for booster of COVID-19 vaccine

Tens of Thousands of COVID-19 “Vaccine” Injured in the U.S. Begging for Help as the Medical Community Turns Their Back on Them

# Education / Schools
Court: School Can Keep Using Electrical Shocks on Students. The FDA banned the use of the graduated electrical decelerator last year, but on Wednesday a court vacated that ruling.  The school serves those with severe disabilities, including many with non-verbal autism who have been ejected from other group homes over harm to themselves and others.

Arrested for Vaping? Police Treatment of Teens Raises Questions. Officers for the Ocean City Police Department in Maryland harassed a group of teens visiting the shore from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Teachers’ Unions Are Pushing Back Against Attacks on Anti-Racist Education. Unions are pooling resources to defend educators from an onslaught of attacks from Republicans and right-wing media.

# Employment / Labor
Restaurant workers across North Carolina say there’s no labor shortage. It’s a ‘wage shortage.’ The state is facing an employee-led reckoning in the restaurant industry—and workers say they’re at a breaking point.

# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemicals
NASA says every U.S. coast will experience rapidly increasing high-tide floods in the mid-2030s, when a lunar cycle will amplify rising sea levels caused by climate change.

Dozens of U.S. corporations, including Apple, Google and General Motors, send a letter to Congress calling for a federal clean energy standard of 80% by 2030.

New Jersey to become largest offshore wind procurement in the country. “With this procurement, New Jersey has continued to establish itself as a national leader in offshore wind.”

# Environment / Climate / Interior
In case you had any doubts, scientists found climate change was definitely behind the deadly Pacific Northwest heatwave

Grasshopper Plague is Latest Sign of Climate Crisis in U.S. West. As the U.S. bakes under hot, dry weather, the region must now weather another issue— a plague of grasshoppers. There are 13 states out West experiencing the grasshopper outbreak

Drought covers 93% of the Western United States for the first time in at least a century.

# Food / GMOs / Chemicals / Other
Meat and plant-based meat don’t have the same nutritional properties, but neither is better than the other

# Gov / Politics
Biden’s new Cold War with China will result in climate collapse, progressives warn
A political fight is brewing among wings of the Democratic Party over Beijing’s help in curbing climate change versus curbing its human rights abuses.

Texas lawmakers return to the state Capitol in Austin to tackle a host of conservative priorities in a special session that is almost certain to devolve into a partisan cage match.

State Republican Party chairs who have bought into former President Donald Trump’s lies of widespread election malfeasance are turning their fire on fellow Republicans who have acknowledged the reality of Trump’s defeat, in a turn that has longtime party leaders and strategists worried about the future of the conservative coalition.

To Retain Power, Democrats Must Stop Abandoning the Working Class. Democrats must take working people’s concerns seriously and pursue policies that serve them rather than the donor class

Texas Is the Hardest State to Vote In. It Could Soon Get Much Harder. Democrats are desperately trying to act before Republicans can revive a restrictive voting bill.

# Law Enforcement
The Bizarre Beef Between a Viral Black Cop and His Bosses. After fellow cops accused him of possible gang ties and listening to rap songs with curses, a Syracuse police officer is going on the offensive.

Cop Convicted of Murdering Suicidal Man Is Still Being Paid: Records show that the Huntsville Police Chief even emailed staff, asking them to donate unused leave time to an unnamed colleague suffering from an undisclosed medical condition.

Male correctional officers strip woman naked on video.  “The incident was documented by involved personnel. Additionally, the incident was further reviewed by Department Supervisory personnel and documented per Macomb Police Policy and Procedures.”

# Legal / Judicial / DOJ
Avenatti Cries as He Gets 30 Months in Prison for Extortion. The high-flying lawyer also faces future criminal trials for allegedly stealing from Stormy Daniels and embezzling funds from clients.

# Marijuana / Hemp / CBD Oil
Feds: Marijuana Trafficking Convictions Have Fallen Dramatically Following Statewide Legalization

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