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Requiring warnings on all foods containing acrylamide at levels that pose any risk of cancer “would cause many otherwise healthy foods to appear to consumers to be unhealthful,” the court said.
“Persistent rumors” of mass deportations had advocates worried that immigrants were giving up their right to pursue an asylum claim as the price for recovering their children.
The measure would limit the amount of profits that kidney dialysis companies can keep. The union says the companies are sacrificing patient quality in pursuit of profits that will wow Wall Street, while the companies fire back that the union has been trying to organize the centers’ workers for years.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh said in 2011 that a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the ACA lacked standing until the tax penalty took effect. “When his decision came down, I remember thinking ‘Oh, well that’s savvy,’” said Orin Kerr, a professor at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law.
With Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination for the Supreme Court seat, both Republican and Democratic states are readying for what would happen if Roe v. Wade is overturned and abortion rights are thrown back to the states. Meanwhile, polling shows continued support from Americans for upholding Roe. The New York Times also fact checks some of the rhetoric being used as the nomination battle heats up.
Where as the GOP has picked one message to focus on for the Supreme Court nomination battle — Brett Kavanaugh’s credentials — Democrats are being pulled in a lot of different directions. “We have a long history of making simple arguments overly complicated, and we have a long history of thinking that we need to compartmentalize our messages for different groups,” said Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.). “We need to get over both of those addictions if we are going to defeat Brett Kavanaugh.”
Ten Democrats face re-election this year in states that President Donald Trump won in 2016, and four of those battlegrounds lean against abortion rights. So instead of making abortion their key issue in the Supreme Court nomination fight, Democratic leadership is focusing on the broader threat to health care access in general. Meanwhile, outlets take a look at where Brett Kavanaugh stands on various other health care issues.
In states where the upcoming battle over Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court could help Senate Republican candidates, it could also hurt the party’s chances in the House. Unlike in the upper chamber, where the vulnerable seats are mostly Democrats in red-state districts, the fight for control of the House is taking place in swing-districts across the country.
Government officials defended the process, pointing to safety concerns as to why it shouldn’t be rushed. Meanwhile, as the reunions slowly begin, there’s relief, joy and heartbreak as some children don’t recognize their parents.
The lawsuits say agrochemical giant Monsanto, which makes Roundup, long knew about the cancer risk but failed to warn people.