More Than Half Of U.S. States Vow To Fight Biden’s Vaccine Mandate

Twenty-Seven Republican Governors Or Attorneys General Have Vowed To Fight The Latest Executive Order issued By President Joe Biden Mandating That Over 80 Million Private Employees Receive COVID Vaccinations Or Undergo Weekly Testing, Or Their Employer Will Be Fined.

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States Join Coalition To Stop California From Setting U.S. Automotive Standards

A Coalition Of 16 States Is Urging The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency To Not Reinstate A Waiver Allowing California To Implement Its Own Carbon Emissions Standards That Essentially Regulate The Automotive Industry For The Rest Of The U.S.

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15 Governors Oppose Biden’s Executive Order On Conservation

Governors From 15 States Are Sounding The Alarm Over An Executive Order Issued By President Joe Biden Tasking His Administration To “Conserve” 30% Of All Land And Water In The U.S. By 2030.

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Supreme Court Rules Against NCAA On Student-Athlete Compensation

After Several Years Of Challenges To The NCAA’s Power Over Student Athlete Compensation, The Supreme Court Reached A Unanimous Decision Upholding A Lower Court’s Ruling That The Current NCAA Regulations Violate Federal Antitrust Laws. The NCAA Cannot Restrict Educational Benefits To Student Athletes.

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May Jobs Report Falls Short Of Projections

Total Nonfarm Payroll Employment Increased By 559,000 In The U.S. In May, Short Of 650,000 Predicted By Economists, According To Data From The U.S. Department Of Labor.

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More Than 15,600 Gas Stations On East Coast Out Of Fuel

Despite The Nation’s Largest Pipeline Being Back Up And Running Following A Cyber- Attack Last Week, More Than 15,600 Gas Stations Are Still Without Gas As Of Thursday In Florida, Maryland, South Carolina, Tennessee, And Mississippi.

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Dem Mayors Launch Pilot Program To Provide Universal Basic Income For Low-Income Residents

A Group Of 43 Democratic Mayors From Across The Country Is Backing Plans To Provide Certain Low-income Residents With A Universal Basic Income. They Argue That The Way To End Or Reduce Poverty Is To Guarantee A Certain Level Of Income To Low-income Residents With No Strings Attached.

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46 Million Americans Can’t Afford Healthcare, Majority Of Hospitals Do Not Provide Pricing Transparency

Recent Polls Find 18% Of The Country Would Be Unable To Pay For Health Care If They Needed It And The Majority Of Hospitals In The U.S. Have Yet To Comply With A Transparency Ruling That Would Help Patients Shop Around For The Most Affordable Prices.

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Blue States Scramble To Loosen Restrictions After Red States’ Success

State Re-openings Around The Country Appear To Be Pressuring States – Particularly Northern States With Democratic Governors, To Soften Their Stances On Mitigations. Now, With Vaccines Promised To The Nation By May 1, Governors Who Had Dug In Are Relenting On Mitigations. Some More Slowly Than Others.

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