As the COVID-19 pandemic stretches on, so do the needs of people throughout our communities. It’s important that we come together to help our neighbors as best we can, and especially to help the vulnerable and marginalized among us.
On the heels of a vicious attack on peaceful Black Lives Matter protesters outside the White House, an executive order signed by President Trump yesterday aims to weaken critical environmental laws like the Endangered Species Act…
This has not been a normal week, and frankly “normal”, was never just, was never safe, and was never equal. We are told that our country is great, but how can it be so when bigotry flourishes, both outwardly and stealthily in ways that threaten people’s lives.
In the latest wave of assaults on Americans’ health and safety protections for the benefit of the nation’s worst polluters, President Trump has nominated former chief lobbyist for the chemical industry Nancy Beck to lead the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
Last week, e-cigarette giant JUUL told the Wall Street Journal it was moving its headquarters from San Francisco to Washington, D.C., signaling a strategic decision to double down on lobbying efforts amid regulatory crackdowns and lawsuits over marketing to children and teens.