February 20, 2024 9:56 AM

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Diversity Programs

As diversity, equity and inclusion comes under legal attack, companies quietly alter their programs – Associated Press

Photo: Edward Blum, founder of the American Alliance for Equal Rights, speaks at a news conference in Washington, June 29, 2023. Sophia Danner-Okotie’s has ambitious plans for her Nigerian-inspired clothing line but a sense of dread has punctured her optimism as she watches a legal battle being waged against a small venture capital firm that

Second Amendment

Outrage intensifies over New Mexico governor’s temporary gun ban as sheriff vows not to enforce it – Associated Press

Photo: Bernalillo County Sheriff John Allen, right, is flanked by members of his leadership team as he calls New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s order suspending the carrying of firearms in the state’s most populous metropolitan area unconstitutional during a news conference in Albuquerque Federal lawsuits, cries for impeachment and outside protests. Democratic New Mexico


White House plan to negotiate drug prices could affect 165,000 Arizonans – Cronkite News

The Biden administration targeted 10 prescription drugs Tuesday as part of the first-ever Medicare price negotiation, a move that it said could benefit 9 million beneficiaries – including 165,000 in Arizona. The medications, which are used to treat heart failure, blood clots, diabetes, arthritis, Crohn’s disease and more, account for the highest spending for drugs in


Alaska oil plan opponents lose 1st fight over Willow project – Associated Press

Environmentalists lost the first round of their legal battle over a major oil project on Alaska’s petroleum-rich North Slope on Monday as a judge rejected their requests to halt immediate construction work related to the Willow project, but they vowed not to give up. The court’s decision means ConocoPhillips Alaska can forge ahead with cold-weather

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