California law will provide health insurance subsidies for workers during labor disputes – Update Cali

Author: Annie Sciacca | Kaiser Health News This spring, Chevron workers testified that the company canceled health insurance for hundreds of United Steelworkers Local 5 members at the Richmond refinery during a strike that ended up lasting two months. Thousands of nurses at Stanford Health Care were told in April they would lose their health … Read more

How an Indian action icon stormed Hollywood — and the Oscar race — with ‘RRR’ | App – Update Howl

LOS ANGELES – SS Rajamouli expected some applause. Maybe a few boos from the South Asian spectators he spotted in the crowd. The biggest US screening so far of his hit film ‘RRR’ was sold out within minutes online, but this was Hollywood, not Hyderabad. Would Americans, curious about the word-of-mouth hype, fall in love … Read more

Heart and Roots: How Flint Hills Theater Told the Story of a Kansas Community – Update Kansas

The Kansas Reflector welcomes articles from writers who share our goal of broadening the conversation about how public policies affect the daily lives of people across our state. Jenny Towns is an artist, educator and communications professional. She is the school choir director and is pursuing a master’s degree in music education at Kansas State … Read more

Utilities are no longer the largest polluters of greenhouse gases in Florida. Guess who it is. – Update Flor

Among the many surprising findings from a benchmarking study of Florida’s greenhouse gas emissions is that energy companies are no longer the state’s biggest air polluters, though they are a close second. Research by the Florida Climate Institute — a collaboration of 10 Florida universities, four of which worked on the inventory — says transportation … Read more

Hollywood actor open to WWE returns after 7 years to face Cody Rhodes; teases a few dreams – Update Howl

WWE Superstar Cody Rhodes may have a new challenger in the form of Hollywood star Stephen Amell. Arrow Star made his professional wrestling debut at SummerSlam in 2015 when he teamed with Neville (Pac in AEW) to defeat King Barrett and Stardust (Cody Rhodes). Amell later competed in two matches outside of WWE. He defeated … Read more

California aims to maximize health insurance subsidies for workers during labor disputes – Update Cali

This spring, Chevron workers testified that the company canceled health insurance for hundreds of members of United Steelworkers Local 5 at the Richmond, Calif., refinery during a strike that ended up lasting two months. Thousands of nurses at Stanford Health Care were told in April they would lose their health insurance if they did not … Read more

Utilities are no longer the largest polluters of greenhouse gases in Florida. Guess who it is. – Update Flor

Among the many surprising findings from a benchmarking study of Florida’s greenhouse gas emissions is that energy companies are no longer the state’s biggest air polluters, though they are a close second. Research by the Florida Climate Institute — a collaboration of 10 Florida universities, four of which worked on the inventory — says transportation … Read more

California aims to maximize health insurance subsidies for workers during labor disputes – Update Cali

This spring, Chevron workers testified that the company canceled health insurance for hundreds of members of United Steelworkers Local 5 at the Richmond, Calif., refinery during a strike that ended up lasting two months. Thousands of nurses at Stanford Health Care were told in April they would lose their health insurance if they did not … Read more

Their property in Central Florida was stolen and sold. It happens often – Orlando Sentinel – Update Flor

A Canadian couple was surprised to learn their investment property in Lake County had been sold last summer. They owned the two family plots for more than a decade, never putting them up for sale or intending to part with the land. According to experts, this is happening more and more often. The family fell … Read more

A work-from-home culture has taken root in California – Update Cali

Even as pandemic lockdowns fade into memory, covid-19 has transformed the culture of California’s workplace in ways that researchers say will continue beyond 2022. Working from home for part of the week has become the new norm for a large portion of Californians, according to new U.S. Census data. Data shows that higher-income workers with … Read more