Voices, The Peoples News No. 2022-08-05

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# Chemicals
Latest Roundup cancer trial against Monsanto begins in St. Louis County: A lawyer argued the active ingredient in Roundup caused three people to develop cancer. Bayer said there was no such risk. Biotech giant Bayer and its subsidiary Monsanto have been trying for years to get out from under thousands of court cases alleging its weedkiller Roundup causes cancer.

N.J. sues Monsanto over ‘reckless’ PCB contamination, including in Gloucester County: State officials allege Monsanto “knew decades ago that exposure to PCBs was potentially harmful to human and animal health.”

# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
Are there monkeypox myths? A doctor breaks down disease fact and fiction: As monkeypox stays on our minds, people turn to the internet for answers to their questions. The internet has no shortage of information, but it also has no shortage of misinformation.

17 States and D.C. Have Stopped Reporting Active COVID Cases Behind Bars: People inside prisons report that infections are ongoing even though precautions and testing have fallen by the wayside. As cases rise, transparency is declining: Prison systems have been rapidly reducing their testing and reporting.

Blood clots, heart problems, kidney failure: COVID creates a higher risk for rare pediatric problems, new CDC study finds. Kids who’ve had COVID are also more likely to develop type 1 diabetes

How multiple COVID-19 infections can harm the body: With reinfections on the rise, scientists warn that each bout increases your risk of troubling outcomes, from long COVID to heart disease.

U.S. Declares Monkeypox Health Emergency, FDA Offers Vaccine to Some Kids Despite No Clinical Trials: The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services declared monkeypox a public health emergency. The U.S. FDA said it will offer monkeypox vaccines to children on a “case-by-case” basis, despite no clinical trials for kids under 18.

Nearly 30,000 Deaths Reported to VAERS, Including 17-Year-Old Who Died of Myocarditis 5 Months After Pfizer Shot

# Economy / Finance / Trade
Nearly 98 million Americans skipped treatments, cut back on food, gas or utilities to pay for healthcare in early 2022: Higher healthcare prices have driven 38% of American adults, representing an estimated 98 million people—to either delay or skip treatment, cut back on driving, utilities, and food, or borrow money to pay medical bills in the last six months, according to a new survey conducted by West Health and Gallup. The survey was conducted in June 2022, the same month inflation reached 9.1%, a new 40-year high.

Wealth of world’s 10 richest men doubled in pandemic: Oxfam calls for windfall tax as 99% of world population takes a pay cut while top 10 incomes grow by $1bn a day. Lower incomes for the world’s poorest contributed to the death of 21,000 people each day.

# Education / Schools
New law creates $45M electric school bus program: State officials say electrifying New Jersey’s school buses, a big source of pollution, will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemical
‘Grotesque greed’ of oil and gas companies slammed by UN chief who urged governments to tax ‘immoral’ profits and distribute money to vulnerable families: UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has called for oil and gas companies to face special taxes.

Judge rejects massive BLM coal mining proposal in Montana, Wyoming: A federal judge in Montana has rejected the Bureau of Land Management’s plan to allow mining for more than 6 billion tons of coal. Chief Montana District Court Judge Brian Morris said that the BLM’s plan for the Miles City and Buffalo (Wyoming) resource management plans have repeatedly failed to adequately address the National Environmental Policy Act and the Administrative Procedure Act.

How coal mining and years of neglect left Kentucky towns at the mercy of flooding: Eastern Kentucky, one of the poorest regions in the country, is full of modest, unprotected homes and decaying infrastructure.

“It’s a hard pill to swallow” — landowners who’ve been fighting the Mountain Valley Pipeline for years are disappointed congressional leaders will allow completion of the project to win Sen. Joe Manchin’s support of a climate bill.

# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemicals / Global Mount Polley mine is reopening eight years after spill: The miner behind Canada’s largest tailings dam failure wants to pump mining waste directly into Quesnel Lake for another three years

Will BC Let Mount Polley Mine Keep Pumping Waste into Quesnel Lake?  Eight years after a tailings pond disaster, critics say Imperial Metals should have come up with better waste plan by now and warn of risks.

# Environment / Climate / Interior / Infrastructure History of DDT ocean dumping off L.A. coast even worse than expected, EPA finds: After an exhaustive historical investigation into the barrels of DDT waste reportedly dumped decades ago near Catalina Island, federal regulators concluded that the toxic pollution in the deep ocean could be far worse, and far more sweeping, than what scientists anticipated.

This company is turning plastic trash into construction blocks: Imagine taking heaps and heaps of earth-polluting, unusable plastic waste and actually transforming it into something constructive? That future may be closer than you think, thanks to new tech from ByFusion Global, an LA-based startup that’s developed a way for governments, companies, and communities to recycle previously “unrecyclable plastics” into huge, virtually indestructible bricks.

Source of River Thames dries out ‘for first time’ during drought: The source of the Thames has dried up during the drought, with river experts saying it is the first time they have seen it happen. The river’s source has shifted from its official start point outside Cirencester during the continuing dry weather and is now more than 5 miles (8km) downstream.

For Deep Ocean Mining, Questions Abound: The ocean contains minerals needed for clean energy. But how will mining them impact the environment? Oceans are facing an immense amount of threat from climate change, from overfishing, from ocean acidification, from plastic pollution. The last thing we need to do in this moment of so many stressors piling up on an ocean that is fundamental for our own survival is to run an experiment that could go terribly wrong.

Sinema OKs Climate Deal, Passage Expected Next Week: Senator Kyrsten Sinema agreed to move ahead on the $369 billion Inflation Reduction Act, paving the way for passage of a long-awaited package of climate and clean energy investments.

# Environment / Climate / Global
World’s First River ‘Bubble Barrier’ Shows Promise for Preventing Plastic From Reaching the Sea: Plastic pollution has quickly become one of the biggest environmental issues of the 21st century. Plastics that end up in waterways are the cause of millions of animal deaths each year when birds, turtles, fish and other marine organisms ingest or become entangled in plastic waste.

# Food / Farming / GMOs / Chemicals / Global
Checking In on the Bees: The conversation over pollinator health has sparked a heated debate on using crop protection chemicals. In Europe, both neonicotinoid pesticides and its competitor sulfoxaflor have been banned over concerns the insecticides adversely affect bee health.

# General Information / Other News
Outraged Uvalde Residents Stand  Up Against Local Fundraiser for NRA: The event, which included an AR-15 giveaway, was going to be held just 40 miles from the Robb Elementary School.

# Gov / Politics / Global
The Chinese foreign ministry said it would stop talking to America on issues ranging from climate change to military relations. China cut off contacts with the United States on vital issues, including military matters and crucial climate cooperation, as concerns rose that the Communist government’s hostile reaction to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Taiwan visit could signal a lasting, more aggressive approach toward its U.S. rival and the self-ruled island.

# Gov / Politics / US
Viktor Orban’s eugenics and the GOP are becoming tightly connected: Hungary’s autocratic Prime Minister Viktor Orban urged cheering American conservatives on Thursday to “take back the institutions,” stick to hardline stances on gay rights and immigration and fight for the next U.S. presidential election as a pivotal moment for their beliefs.

‘It’s very bad’: GOP hones climate attacks before elections: In public comments and private conversations, Republican lawmakers and strategists appear to be settling on a climate and energy message that they’ll use leading up to the November elections. They are framing policies to reduce emissions as the cause of high gasoline prices, a driver of inflation and a form of taxation on working Americans.

She helped create the Big Lie. Records suggest she turned it into a big grift. Catherine Engelbrecht founded Texas-based nonprofit True the Vote, which has raised millions in donations with claims that it discovered voter fraud. A media investigation found the organization made questionable transactions.

Right-wing group is quietly conducting review of 300,000 Tarrant County ballots from 2020 primary. The March ballots are public records under Texas law, but the Tarrant review may just be a warmup for endlessly disputed elections.

Exhaustive fact check finds little evidence of voter fraud, but 2020’s ‘Big Lie’ lives on: More than a year after President Joe Biden won the 2020 election, former President Donald Trump and his allies still insist without evidence that widespread voter fraud led to a stolen election.

Voters of color continue to be impacted by discriminatory election practices intended to diminish their voting power. In 2021 alone, in the wake of record levels of turnout for the presidential election, a wave of anti-voter measures were introduced across the states – many of which will disproportionately disenfranchise Black and Brown voters. As midterm elections approach this year, we expect these blatant suppression tactics to continue.

Senate votes in favor of Finland and Sweden joining NATO, approving historic expansion of the military alliance Senators voted 95-1 to endorse membership for Finland and Sweden, more than the required two-thirds majority of 67 votes.

21st-Century U.S. Foreign Policy Is Shaped by Fears of China’s Rise, Noam Chomsky Says: The fears driving U.S. policy toward China draw from the deep racist currents that have always poisoned this society.

Donald Trump cost his party the House, the White House and the Senate in a single presidential term, and now his coup attempt on his way out the door has ensnared the Republican National Committee in state and federal criminal investigations. At least half a dozen RNC members could face prison time for their roles in the “fake elector” scheme that Trump pushed to illegally remain in office.

# Law Enforcement
State Rep. James Talarico has requested that Gov. Greg Abbott call a legislative special session to address “the abuse of children in [Texas] juvenile prisons,” citing reporting from the Tribune’s Jolie McCullough.
Understaffing within the state’s juvenile prison system has led to children being isolated up to 23 hours a day and on increased suicide watch.

Feds Charge 4 Police Officers in Fatal Breonna Taylor Raid: The federal government filed civil rights charges Thursday against four Louisville police officers over the drug raid that led to the death of Breonna Taylor, a Black woman whose fatal shooting helped fuel the racial justice protests that rocked the nation in 2020.

Alabama city moves to ditch police force after slavery joke: The City Council voted to fire the police chief and the assistant chief who allegedly sent the racist text. Vincent Mayor James D. Latimer announced the chief and the assistant chief were suspended with paid leave, city council advised the mayor to terminate both of the employees. “This has torn this community apart,” said District Five Representative Corey Abrams. “It doesn’t matter what color we are as long as we do right by people.”

# Legal / DOJ
The Secret Service Text Cover-Up Keeps Getting Bigger: The “missing” texts scandal may be the biggest cover-up in U.S. history. How will the country respond?

Ron DeSantis and the Florida GOP Are Targeting Trans Youth for Political Gain: Trans people in Florida are being targeted by their own governor, who “desperately wants to be president.”

# Medical / Health
Texas officials celebrated end of abortion rights after cutting back postpartum Medicaid extension: Greg Abbott claimed Texas provides expectant mothers “necessary resources so that they can choose life for their child,” but it is now one of a dwindling number of states not to offer Medicaid coverage for a full year after residents give birth.

CMS Rejects Texas’ Application For Postpartum Medicaid Extension: State lawmakers who wanted the extension believe feds could have interpreted language in a 2021 bill as excluding pregnant Texas women who had abortions.

European data analysis: Looking for the cause of unusual amount of hepatitis of unknown origin among children

Monoclonal antibodies no better than placebo for early Parkinson disease: The monoclonal antibodies cinpanemab and prasinezumab show almost no benefit for early Parkinson disease, according to two phase 2 trials published in the Aug. 4 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.

Wildlife park’s ‘splash pad’ found to be the source of severe gastrointestinal infections in kids. Splash pads, those shallow pools of wet, cooling summertime fun for kids, can also be sources of nasty gastro infections for youngsters who swallow water during their play.

# Pharmaceuticals
Must See: ‘Under the Skin’ — How Aluminum Compounds in HPV Vaccines Cause Injuries: “Under the Skin,” a new documentary by science journalist Bert Ehgartner, explores research into the aluminum compounds used in vaccines, including a new “extra-strong” aluminum compound used in Merck’s Gardasil vaccine for human papillomavirus.

With 1 in 5 Kids Now Obese, Pharma Sets Sights on $50B Market for Weight-Loss Drugs: A new analysis of nationwide health survey data found 1 in 5 children in the U.S. is obese, leading drug industry analysts at Morgan Stanley to project a $50 billion market for weight-loss drugs by 2030.

Big Pharma’s $7.2 Billion Cash Cow: Vaccines for Industrial Meat Production: Big Pharma’s $7.2 Billion Cash Cow: Vaccines for Industrial Meat Production. The drugs are profitable to industrial meat producers because they cause animals to gain more weight with less feed and prevent the outbreak of disease in often cramped concentrated animal feeding operation conditions.

# Science
Bacteria-busting proteins offer potential for smarter drugs: A specific group of bacteria-killing proteins inside the immune system could hold the key to developing smarter and more effective drugs capable of eliminating certain infectious diseases including meningitis, pneumonia and sepsis. In addition to laying the foundation for new treatments, these killer proteins can also be used in combination with existing antibiotics to give doctors more options when treating certain types of infectious diseases

# Technology
Metaverse’ job openings are down 81% as Facebook, Apple, and Google roll back hiring. Metaverse jobs are disappearing before the metaverse even arrives.

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