Month: September 2022

On The Money — Dem leaders draw heat after stock trading ban stalls

Democratic leaders are facing heat as legislation aimed at banning lawmakers from trading stocks hits a snag in Congress. We’ll also look at the funding bill Congress just sent to President Biden ahead of a looming shutdown deadline, the recent uptick in consumer spending, and more. 📷 But first, from sinkholes to Hurricane Ian and…

Christopher Mad Dog Russo Blasts The NFL’s Player’s Association For Allowing Tua to Play: ‘How In The World Is He Out There?’

Christopher Mad Dog Russo took a swipe at the NFL Player’s Association about Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa‘s clearance to play Thursday night. Tagovailoa had a questionable injury in Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills, that showed his head hit the turf and need help from a teammate to stand up properly. Tagovailoa returned to […]

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Health Care — Public uninformed about new booster shots

🏈 A new chapter with the NFL and Congress: Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-N.J.), head of Congress’s Brain Injury Task Force, is demanding answers after a brutal hit on Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.   In other health news, many adults say they don’t know anything about the new COVID-19 booster shots. Welcome to Overnight Health…

Energy & Environment — Supreme Court to hear Clean Water Act case

The Supreme Court is set to review water regulations, the Federal Reserve will pilot an analysis of climate risks and California enacts a ban on “forever chemicals” in cosmetics. This is Overnight Energy & Environment, your source for the latest news focused on energy, the environment and beyond. For The Hill, we’re Rachel Frazin and Zack Budryk. Not on…