Voices, The Peoples News No. 2022-12-02

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December 2, 2022
Published by Jedi Selman Since March 2000 to Inform and Educate

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# Border / Immigration
DeSantis Sued Again Over Martha’s Vineyard Migrant Flights: Three immigrant rights groups argue the program was unconstitutional and created an incoherent definition of “unauthorized alien” that did not comply with federal immigration laws.

# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
# Economy / Finance / Trade / Banks
Florida targets BlackRock for its climate and social policies: Florida’s financial officer say he will bar Blackrock from managing $2 billion in state treasury funds because of its ESG policies.

How four decades of tax cuts fueled inequality: As average people struggle, the wealthy and big businesses benefit.

Trump Was ‘Explicitly Sanctioning Tax Fraud,’ Prosecutor Says: The 76-year-old Trump hasn’t been charged but remained the focus of closing statements by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office on the final day of a criminal tax-fraud case against the Trump Organization.

# Employment / Labor
Senate Votes to Impose Contract on Rail Workers, Rejecting Paid Sick Leave: Joe Manchin and 42 Republicans voted against the will of tens of thousands of workers

# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemical
Gordon sues Biden administration over oil and gas contract cancellations: The governor has filed a second federal lawsuit against the Department relating to a Bureau of Land Management decision to pause oil and gas lease sales. In a statement, the governor called the litigation timely and vital to the interests of people living in his state

# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Global
Chinese Solar Manufacturers Cheated to Avoid Duties, Government Investigation Finds: A Commerce Department investigation found that Chinese companies shipped solar panels through Southeast Asian countries to circumvent U.S. trade law.

# Environment / Climate / Interior / Infrastructure
Old-growth trees more drought tolerant than younger ones, providing a buffer against climate change: A new analysis of more than 20,000 trees on five continents shows that old-growth trees are more drought tolerant than younger trees in the forest

# Gov / Politics / Global
Xi Admits China Has Had Enough of His COVID Lockdowns: The private comments were reportedly made as Beijing continues to refuse to publicly acknowledge the demonstrations calling for Xi’s resignation.

Indonesia Set to Criminalize Sex Outside of Marriage: The new crime will be punishable by up to a year in jail.
MPs expected to pass new criminal code that will also make insulting the president a crime

# Gov / Politics / US
The Shocking American Links to Putin’s Deadly War Machines: A closer look at Russia’s killer drones in Ukraine has come with some unsettling revelations.

Philly City Council Backs Permanent Curfew for Teens: Everyone under the age of 18 would have be home by 10 p.m. Forever. The bill, if signed by Mayor Kenney, would also require anyone 13 and younger to be home by 9:30 p.m.

Cities want noncitizens to vote on local matters. GOP sees a target: They pay taxes and are essential to their communities. Some cities are giving them a say on local issues.

# Pharmas / Drugs
Purdue Pharma, manufacturer of OxyContin, and its owners the Sackler family, will pay up to $12 billion as part of a settlement with 23 states for their responsibility in starting, and sustaining, the opioid epidemic.

Science for Hire: A Look at the ‘Dark Side’ of  Scientific, Pharma and Military-Industrial Complexes, a documentary produced by Gary Null, tackles some of the most critical scientific issues threatening the health and well-being of the U.S. public.

AG Moody, others warn of ‘frightening’ new trends of fentanyl distribution: Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody is continuing to warn Floridians about an unprecedented increase in the number of counterfeit pills flooding the market containing deadly amounts of fentanyl. On Thursday, she pointed to a recent U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration public safety alert reported on by The Center Square that found that six out of 10 fake prescription pills tested by the agency contain a potentially lethal dose of fentanyl, up 50% from their testing results last year.

# Social
Elon Brings One of America’s Most Prominent Nazis Back to Twitter: Neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin has publicly indicated that the goal of his operation and adherence to white nationalist ideology is to “ethnically cleanse White nations of non-Whites and establish an authoritarian government.

Twitter Hate Speech Has Exploded Under Musk, Researchers Say: The findings come after Kanye West used the platform to post a swastika inside the Star of David. Use of N-word on Twitter jumped by almost 500% after Elon Musk’s takeover as trolls test limits on free speech, report says

# Water
U.S. Department of Justice Sues City of Jackson Over Water Crisis: The U.S. Department of Justice has filed a proposed order in federal court to appoint a third party manager to oversee the public drinking water system in Jackson, Mississippi, following a months-long crisis that saw 180,000 of its residents without clean and safe drinking water.

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