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The Supreme Court’s majority argued that OSHA had issued a “public health” rule instead of a “workplace safety” rule. It’s not hard to spot a few flaws in its reasoning. bit.ly/3tvxMCz
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The Supreme Court’s majority argued that OSHA had issued a “public health” rule instead of a “workplace safety” rule. It’s not hard to spot a few flaws in its reasoning. bit.ly/3rjnRgN
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The presidential debate system as it is now is terrible. But it's vastly superior than whatever monstrosity Republicans want to birth into this world. bit.ly/3tysXbC
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"The biggest threat to democracy is the attack on voting rights by Republican governors with Republican legislatures. It’s the kind of thing I can stop and have stopped as a Democratic governor.” — North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper to @DanielStrauss4: bit.ly/3HXgPoK
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Flint has long been synonymous with national decay, and its lead problem arose from a rash decision by a state-appointed emergency manager. Benton Harbor’s problems developed slowly over time, in a manner that’s far more common—and insidious. bit.ly/3GuaVer
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The presidential debate system as it is now is terrible. But it's vastly superior than whatever monstrosity Republicans want to birth into this world. bit.ly/3nrysVZ
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“For someone like Jordan, the goal is no longer to ultimately get at the truth, especially if it’s on your own side, it’s really to deflect from any good-faith effort to get at the truth.” bit.ly/3qucfZ8
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There are some figures whose place in American history is so central that schoolchildren cannot help but know them. But there's also a group of people whose lives are not considered fit to explain to children. bit.ly/33l47Bw
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Omicron remains steeped in mystery, but there is one thing we do know: It won’t be the last variant, and it’s impossible to know if future versions of the virus will become milder or more severe, writes @m_scribe. bit.ly/3Grh4rG
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