Since the conservative majority in the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last month, President Biden stated that the court’s decision was not driven by the Constitution or the history of protecting women at the time when they were dying from unsafe abortions.
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Lower Food and Fuel Costs Act Passed in the House May Mean Relief Is On The Way
On June 16th, in a 221-204 vote, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 7606, otherwise known as the Lower Food and Fuel Costs Act, which aims to address supply chain risks, lower the cost of food and gas prices, strengthen the food supply chain and ensure robust competition in the meat and poultry sector, and lowers fertilizer prices for farmers.
Crucial Senate Agreement on Gun Reform Focuses on Curtailing Violence
A bipartisan group of senators announced in a joint statement Sunday that they had reached a provisional agreement on passing legislation in response to a string of high-profile mass shootings and amid growing calls for legislators to address what some have called “America’s gun epidemic.”
Stanley Cup Recap: Colorado Avalanche Prevail
The 2022 National Hockey League playoffs came to a close with the thrilling Stanley Cup Finals matchup between the two-time defending Stanley Cup Champions, the Tampa Bay Lightning, and the red-hot Western Conference champs, the Colorado Avalanche.
Over 750 Complaints About Tesla Malfunctions Triggers Investigation
Reports continue coming in each day of new Tesla vehicles either breaking down or catching fire without reason.
Are Aliens About to Start Paying Taxes in the US?
We’ve been fantasizing about aliens since the 1500s, when unknown objects were reported to float around the skies of Germany.
12 GOP Senators Oppose Bill to Expand Health Care to Veterans Exposed to Toxic Burn Pits
The Democratic-controlled Senate on Tuesday advanced a bill aimed at providing adequate medical care for veterans exposed to toxic chemicals during their service. But 12 Senate Republicans voted against even considering this bipartisan proposal.
Inflation Slows Down Amid Solid Spending Numbers, but Americans are Still Facing Rising Costs
According to a recent report from the Department of Commerce, inflation appears to be slowing down for the first time since November of 2020, ending a steady climb in the inflation gauge for the U.S. that culminated in a four-decade high in March.
Relief on the Way for Families Impacted by Formula Shortage
Last week the Biden administration’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that a closed Abbott baby formula factory in Sturgis, Michigan would reopen soon.
Paw Territories May be More Hurtful Than You Realize
According to a new study from researchers in North Carolina, the majority of dog owners in the United States do not follow the Food and Drug Administration’s pet food and handling guidelines, and less than 5% are even aware that they exist.