More than 60 federal workers will get a fresh chance to prevent the Biden administration from enforcing its Covid-19 vaccination requirement against them, a New Orleans-based federal appeals court said Monday.
The US Supreme Court refused to correct a factual error in an opinion finding two death row inmates couldn’t raise evidence of ineffective counsel during a federal habeas appeal since they didn’t present it in state court.
Health insurers are facing pressure from the Biden administration to ensure they have complete contraceptive coverage as required by Obamacare, a move that comes just days after the US Supreme Court decision that leaves abortion rights up to individual states.
Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon and General Motors CEO Mary Barra are among the top executives who’ve met with SEC Chair Gary Gensler over his agency’s plan to make companies disclose indirect greenhouse gas emissions as part of new climate reporting rules.
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