– Data Covid-19 USA – The ruling followed political and legal maneuvering by the administration to retain protections for tenants. It puts hundreds of thousands at risk of being put out of their homes.
As his poll numbers slide, the president and his aides have mounted an aggressive pitch in Congress and around the country for his spending plans on infrastructure and more.
Democratic leaders had to haggle their way to passage, committing to moderates that there would be a vote on the $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure plan by Sept. 27.
It almost derailed the bipartisan infrastructure bill’s passage.
For years, influencing political outcomes has been the priority. Some are calling for more emphasis on basic organizing.
The infrastructure deal is a good start. But much more must be done to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
There’s a reason progressives keep losing Democratic primaries.
There are two competing bills in New York: One would punish pimps and customers, while the other would decriminalize the entire trade.
While the Me Too movement led to greater awareness about the prevalence of rape, prosecutors in New York City still struggle to prove sexual assault accusations.
Different in style and background, Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick have come together, for different reasons, to push an uncompromising conservative agenda.
- 24-Stunden-Pflege: Unbezahlbar und unrechtmäßig? Das Bundesarbeitsgericht hat entschieden, dass Pflegekräften aus Osteuropa der Mindestlohn auch in Bereitschaftszeiten zusteht. Viele Pflegebedürftige befürchten, dass das System der 24-Stunden-Pflege vor dem Aus steht.