Supreme Court Leak Inquiry: So Many Questions, So Few Answers | Health

Supreme Court Leak Inquiry: So Many Questions, So Few Answers |  Health

By MARK SHERMAN – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Less than 24 hours after the unprecedented leak of the draft advisory opinion that Roe v. Wade, Chief Justice John Roberts ordered an investigation into the “egregious violation.” “ The Supreme Court does not want to say whether there are still investigations. The court also won’t … Read more

Tips for growing a healthy garden during drought | house + life + health

Tips for growing a healthy garden during drought |  house + life + health

By JESSICA DAMIANO – Associated Press Many people try to save water just to do the right thing (and save money too). But when a severe drought hits and state and local governments enforce restrictions, water conservation becomes non-negotiable. So far this summer, nearly 65% ​​of the United States and Puerto Rico have experienced “unusually … Read more

Union votes to authorize Atlantic City casino strike | Health

Union votes to authorize Atlantic City casino strike |  Health

By WAYNE PARRY – Associated Press ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (AP) — Atlantic City’s largest casino workers’ union will vote Wednesday on whether to authorize a strike against the city’s casinos, with which they have yet to sign new contract agreements. Branch 54 of the Unite Here union says its members will decide whether union leaders … Read more

Trial in Florida’s opioid lawsuit against Walgreens opens | health and fitness

Trial in Florida's opioid lawsuit against Walgreens opens |  health and fitness

By CURT ANDERSON – Associated Press ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — A trial opened on Monday in Florida’s opioid epidemic lawsuit against pharmacy chain Walgreens, which accuses state officials of prioritizing profits over health by improperly dispensing millions of powerful painkillers, causing tens of thousands of deaths . The trial in Pasco County, north of … Read more

Maryland Legislature ends session marked by budget surplus | health

Maryland Legislature ends session marked by budget surplus |  health

By BRIAN WITTE – Associated Press ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland lawmakers ended their term late Monday by passing legislation to strengthen cybersecurity in a year marked by a budget surplus, upgrades to parks, infrastructure, schools and information technology systems, and tax breaks enabled . In a year of huge surpluses, largely due to federal … Read more

NJ Approves 7 Facilities to Sell Recreational Cannabis | health and fitness

Medical Marijuana Legalization Receives First Public Hearing |  health and fitness

TRENTON, NJ (AP) — New Jersey regulators Monday gave the green light to seven facilities already selling medical marijuana to also start selling recreational cannabis, though it’s not exactly clear when sales would begin. Sales could begin in a few weeks or more, but no specific date was set when the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory … Read more

New York Mayor Adams Seeks Order, Post-COVID Comeback | health

New York Mayor Adams Seeks Order, Post-COVID Comeback |  health

By MICHELLE L. PRICE – Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Many New Yorkers just want their city to feel orderly, functional, and fun again after two years of plague and social disruption. Your new mayor, Eric Adams, has promised to deliver. The question is, in the face of repeated setbacks, can the Democrat, who … Read more

Medical Marijuana Legalization Receives First Public Hearing | health and fitness

Medical Marijuana Legalization Receives First Public Hearing |  health and fitness

MADISON, Wisconsin (AP) — A Republican-authored bill legalizing medical marijuana in Wisconsin will have its first public hearing next week, in a bid to meet a goal of supporters and to be the latest sign of progress for those supporting the laws of the state want to relax. The bill will not go into effect … Read more

Committee thwarts end-of-life bill using parliamentary tactics | health

Judge Rules US Military Cannot Dismiss HIV-Positive Troops |  health

A bill that would allow terminally ill Connecticut adults to apply for drugs to help them die was suddenly derailed by unusual parliamentary procedure during a committee vote on Monday. Proponents had expressed optimism that this would finally be the year when, after about a decade of emotional debates, the law would be voted through … Read more