Deadly tomato children. Poisoned chocolate sauce. Grape-shaped hairbrushes. These are just some of the odd and sometimes fantastical images conjured up by Stephen Breyer in hypotheticals posed to lawyers arguing before the Supreme Court during 27 years as a justice.
Nursing homes, struggling with record staff shortages and rising Covid-19 infections, will soon have to publicly report their employee turnover rates and weekend staffing levels for nurses, a move designed to help consumers select quality facilities.
President Joe Biden’s multi-pronged campaign to boost Covid-19 vaccination rates among workers has run into a red wall of Republican-appointed judges, particularly those jurists tapped by the Trump administration.
The EPA will make more aggressive use of unannounced inspections, part of a broader basket of new policies and community efforts designed to address long-standing inequities in marginalized communities beset by pollution, Administrator Michael Regan said.
Employers in New York must disclose electronic monitoring, such as internet access and videoconferencing, to new hires under a new law taking effect in May, as workers contend with an employment landscape that’s increasingly dependent on technology.