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.
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.
In oral arguments Tuesday before the Ohio Supreme Court, justices hearing an appeal from NASCAR Holdings Inc. questioned whether the car-racing giant owes Ohio a privilege of business tax for licensing fees tied to products and broadcasts.
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