Environment and Health
A small investment now could mean more protective equipment and faster vaccine development before the next plague hits.
People can disagree about vaccine mandates, but the science on vaccines is clear: They’re safe and effective.
Vaccines and the cult of MAGA.
For now, the Supreme Court has allowed Texas to sic bounty hunters on women seeking constitutionally protected abortions.
For just a fraction of what we’ve spent on militarization these last 20 years, we could start to make life much better.
The right to clean air and water should have nothing to do with luck.
Bold policies could have saved America’s largest generic drug plant, but it’s never too late to start putting communities first.
Like the Depression-era Civilian Conservation Corps, a 21st century CCC could create millions of jobs while repairing our environment.
Two years after the largest workplace raid in U.S. history, immigrant workers deserve a path to citizenship.
From Line 3 in Minnesota to Louisiana’s Cancer Alley, communities are leading inspiring fights against environmental injustice.