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    Legislation introduced by Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) would double excess-profit taxes on oil companies making over $1 billion a year. The bill, the Taxing Big Oil Profits Act, would impose a 21 percent tax on the excess profits of oil and gas companies making more than $1 billion annually. Excess profits are determined by current...
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    Lingering disputes between House Democrats have once again threatened action on a series of public safety bills this summer, creating headaches for Democratic leaders while highlighting sharp divisions within the party less than three months ahead of the midterm elections. The clash pits Democrats facing tough reelection contests in November — “front-liners” who want to...
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda launches 'Hamilton' contest to support abortion rights August 9, 2022
    Lin-Manuel Miranda is launching a “Hamilton” contest to raise money for reproductive health care access following what he calls the “devastating attack” on abortion rights by the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade. “Join me and all the companies of ‘Hamilton’ as we fight for access to care,” the creator and former star of...
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    The restaurant chain Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc., has reached a $20 million settlement with thousands of its New York City employees over allegations of labor law violations, New York Mayor Eric Adams (D) announced Tuesday. The settlement ends a years-long investigation by the city's Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) into claims that Chipotle...
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    Missouri voters will decide whether to legalize the use of recreational marijuana this November, Missouri Secretary of State John Ashcroft (R) announced on Tuesday. The petition asks voters if they wish to amend the Missouri Constitution to remove bans on possessing, consuming, delivering, manufacturing and selling marijuana for personal use by adults over the age...
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    The Secret Service said it arrested a man on Tuesday afternoon after he allegedly assaulted an officer outside the White House. A Secret Service spokesperson said in a statement that the man “physically assaulted” a uniformed officer shortly before 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday on Pennsylvania Avenue, which is located on the north side of the...

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