Disabled Democratic Lawmakers Argue Again for Remote Sessions

The First Circuit Court of Appeals hearing on Friday focused on whether House Speaker Sherman Packard’s not allowing disabled House members to participate remotely was in fact a functional ouster of the lawmakers who could risk death by attending in-person sessions during the pandemic with Republicans, many of whom refuse to wear face coverings.

NH Leaders Divided Along Party Lines On Biden’s Vaccination Mandates

Among the rules are requirements that employers offer paid time off for workers to get vaccinated and a requirement that all employers with more than 100 employees to make sure their workers are vaccinated or tested weekly, which will apply to about 100 million American workers.