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‘Soft’ Vaccine Mandates Seen as Boon to Worker Buy-In, Safety

Government Covid-19 vaccine policies requiring workers to get the shot or wear a mask and undergo regular testing give employers a viable model to increase workplace inoculation rates without imposing hard, vaccination-or-termination mandates, employment attorneys and scholars said.

George Mason University Law Professor Challenges Covid-19 Policy

A George Mason University law professor is challenging in federal court the school’s policy for the upcoming fall semester requiring unvaccinated faculty and staff members to wear masks on campus, physically distance, and undergo frequent Covid-19 testing.

Support Builds to Make Every U.S. Worker Save for Retirement

Efforts to require automatic workplace retirement savings in Oregon, California, and Illinois were so successful that now the pressure is on Congress to include mandatory coverage and a tax credit in a broad retirement savings proposal for the U.S.

Infrastructure Bills Are Easy, Try Building Stuff

As Congress continues to debate a massive infrastructure bill, we look at five reasons why it's so difficult to build stuff in America.

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