Putting the new vaccine mandates in context.
Tag Archives: public health
A Big (and Needed) Boost to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
The Biden administration announced a historic increase to SNAP. Here’s what that means.
What’s the Deal with Reopening Schools?
Where things stand with schools reopening and COVID-19 in the U.S.
Diving into Biden’s American Rescue Plan
Notes on the rescue plan and what it includes.
Mitch Ado About Nothing – The Wrap (12/5/20)
What we need to do better about COVID, plus work-share programs.
SPECIAL – Implications of Supreme Court Case: Texas v. California
How the outcome of Texas v. California could affect the U.S. health care system and how Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation could change previous outlooks.
COVID: ‘I’m Still Here’ – The Wrap (10/19/20)
This week: COVID cases are spiking, Trump and Biden held town halls, and the Census is put on ice.
Food for Thought: One Way Cities Can Improve Their Food Systems
The urban food landscape is disorganized and unequal. Cities can take a more direct approach in addressing this by instituting a department of food.
Why We Need to Boost SNAP in the Next Stimulus Package
Details on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and its place in the next stimulus bill.
5 Quick Facts about Americans with Disabilities
It’s been 30 years since the ADA was signed into law. Here’s a brief look at some stats about Americans with disabilities today.