Alabama adopts an nearly complete ban on abortion. Activists have vowed to oppose the nation's hardest anti-abortion legal guidelines ever because the governor of Alabama signed a invoice banning nearly all such procedures within the state. This might criminalize the process and impose a 99-year sentence on docs who carry out abortions – and there are not any exceptions for rape or incest victims. Even long-time abortion opponents, similar to evangelical chief Pat Robertson, have known as the legislation "excessive" and claimed it was going too far. The technique right here is evident, nonetheless – the legislation is meant to pressure the Supreme Court docket to rethink the elemental case Roe v. Wade who dedicates the fitting of a lady to an abortion.
Would Medicare for All actually be "relegated to the background?" Former Vice President Joe Biden (now an official candidate for the presidency in 2020) adopted a extra average angle to Relating to Medicare for All that a few of its rivals, similar to Sens. Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and others, arguing that such a program would, partially, enable employers to make sure the well-being of their employees. CEO Richard Grasp, a supporter of Medicare for All, opposes this argument in Fortune: "I'm a type of employers and I'm supportive of Medicare for All, however don’t be left behind. Because the founder and CEO of an organization that has at all times supplied well being care to our workers, MCS Industries, I would favor to pay a predictable and manageable payroll tax to fund well being care moderately than paying excessively excessive premiums and unpredictable, "he writes. (Fortune)