There are steps Congress might take that would strike an appropriate balance between victim’s interests, the need to protect essential services acting reasonably, and federalism values. Instead, this bill gives businesses a free pass at the expense of COVID-19’s victims. If passed into law, the bill would make it anything but safe for the country to go back to work.
Design and architecture schools have been far slower to make commitments than they were to offer sweeping public statements. In this void, students are reclaiming the political, visionary legacy of design schools in years past.
There is no reason to be distraught about Supreme Court leaks. If anything, we should welcome the chance for the public to better understand how those who govern us — including judges — make their decisions.
As a medical student, I will be at the polls advocating for the expansion of Medicaid, which will save the lives and livelihoods of my future patients. In reality, however, we all have a social responsibility to preserve the health of our communities—in this case it’s as easy as voting yes.
Healthcare in rural Missouri faces an uncertain future, but Medicaid expansion offers us an opportunity to keep hospitals afloat, improve rural health, and bring tax dollars back to our state. Our neighboring states are seeing the benefits of Medicaid expansion, and August 4th is Missouri’s chance to join them.