Businesses that ignore the new vaccination and testing requirements could face a penalty of up to $14,000 per violation.
The New Yorker, one year ago today.
Section 202 of the postal-reform bill, which could end up hiding significant costs, should be dropped.
It is bad enough that the FBI and CIA spy on Americans in the way that they do. But the Post Office?
I wonder if Louis DeJoy will still think he is the postmaster general once he sees the jurist-of-all-trades’ Election Day order.
Trump may be spinning fantasies, but in the case of New York, voters are right to be alarmed.
The judge stated that the Trump administration is engaged in “a politically motivated attack on the efficiency of the Postal Service.”
DeJoy was not aware any employees had felt pressured to make donations, a spokesperson told the Post.
To the extent the suit’s complaints have any validity, only the most boring might apply.