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Texas law restricting access to abortion medications goes into effect Dec. 2 after governor signs bill

Just weeks after a near-total ban on abortion went into effect in Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott ceremonially signed a separate bill into law on Friday that will restrict Texans’ access to abortion-inducing... Read more »

Phoenix to use federal funding for Universal Basic Income pilot

One thousand lucky Phoenix families will get $1,000 in taxpayer funding a month in 2022. The Phoenix City Council has approved $12 million for a “Financial Assistance for Phoenix Families Program,” a... Read more »

Why parent Scott Esserman is running for Denver school board

A parent and former classroom educator who helped to open a comprehensive high school in Denver is running for an at-large seat on the school board. Scott Esserman was on the founding... Read more »

NYC schools brace for staffing shortages as vaccine mandate takes effect next week

As the vaccine mandate for New York City teachers is set to take effect next week, schools are bracing for this Tuesday when thousands of educators might be barred from their classrooms.... Read more »

Massachusetts Senate passes sex education bill

The passage of a Senate bill relative to providing sexual health education to students in public and private schools Thursday drew accolades from one state advocacy group. Senate Bill No. 2541 passed by... Read more »

Denver housing market increases inventory, but demand continues to push prices upward

Denver’s housing market increased its inventory by nearly 30% last month, but experts say it won’t be enough to shift the market in favor of homebuyers. According to the latest monthly market report from... Read more »

Evidence shows that, yes, masks prevent COVID-19 – and surgical masks are the way to go

Do masks work? And if so, should you reach for an N95, a surgical mask, a cloth mask or a gaiter? Over the past year and a half, researchers have produced a... Read more »

NM-based abortion fund twice as busy as pre-pandemic

This month, New Mexico Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, an Albuquerque-based abortion fund, has helped 28 patients get an abortion, up from 15 in September 2020 when fears of COVID-19 prevented travel... Read more »

Denver, Grand Junction airports receiving millions in FAA grants

The Denver and Grand Junction airports are set to receive federal grants for improvements, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced on Tuesday. Denver International Airport will receive $8.7 million to support projects to... Read more »

The Solution to Au Pairs’ Health Coverage Gaps May Be Simple: ACA Plans

In 2016, Isis Mabel, of Mexico, wanted to improve her English. On advice from an aunt, she enrolled with an au pair agency to come to the United States to live with... Read more »