Trump’s Refusal of Care Rule: We Took Him to Court, Here’s What You Need to Know

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By Rachel Easter and Michelle Banker, National Women’s Law Center On Friday, NWLC was back in court challenging another Trump Administration rule meant to make it harder for people to get reproductive health care. This time we’re part of a legal team challenging a rule that would allow...
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The First Cut (of EPA Advisory Committees) Is the Deepest

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By Genna Reed, Union of Concerned Scientists Today, EPA announced that as a result of the President’s short-sighted and misguided executive order issued by President Trump in June, it was cutting two committees: the Environmental Laboratory Advisory Board (ELAB) and the National Advisory...
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A Little-Known Agency That Is Supposed to Protect Workers Is Instead Eroding Workers’ Basic Labor Rights

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By Lora Engdahl, Economic Policy Institute Donald Trump ran for president promising to uplift workers. But his actions have done the exact opposite. According to a new EPI report, Trump appointees on the board of a small, independent agency called the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)—and...
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PFAS Exposure May Increase Risk of Breast Cancer

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By Melanie Benesh, Environmental Working Group October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month – as you may have noticed from the annual explosion of pink products claiming to fund breast cancer research. However, as the group Breast Cancer Action points out, companies that make products containing...
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Computer Chip Defects Force Consumers to Choose Between Speed and Security

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By John Breyault, National Consumers League October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month! Since the first observation of this month 15 years ago, the world has gone from about 800 million Internet users to approximately 4.5 billion. Over that same period of time, there has been an...
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