Dr. Peter Hotez on J&J Vaccinations and the State of the COVID-19 Pandemic
This week, Daniella and Jesse reflect on the recent police violence in Minnesota and Virginia, discuss the Biden administration's decision to withdraw all U.S. troops from Afghanistan, and chat with Dr. Peter Hotez about the COVID-19 pandemic and the pause on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Trump Is Trying To Make Voting by Mail a Partisan Issue
President Trump is attempting to turn Republicans against voting by mail, even though it is an effective, traditionally bipartisan, and popular method of voting.
The Number of Times Every Senate Republican Voted To Attack Preexisting Condition Protections—Their Rushed Supreme Court Confirmation Will Be the Latest
By rushing to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s seat on the U.S. Supreme Court, President Donald Trump and his allies in Congress are yet again undermining health coverage for Americans with preexisting conditions.
A Workforce Board Can Solve Colorado’s Home Care Woes
Bringing together representatives of workers, employers, and the public can foster coordinated problem-solving.
How State and Local Governments Can Support Safe Workplaces and Protect Public Health During the Coronavirus Crisis
Workers should have a strong voice in setting and enforcing public health standards.
Russiagate: The Depth of Collusion
It is now clear there was collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government during the 2016 elections. But to what end? This report lays out what we know about collusion and explores the depths to which it may have gone.
Hands Off the ADA
Leveraging the Americans with Disabilities Act as a tool for oppression is a blatant misuse of the law.