@RoKhanna: We’ve desperately missed Justice Ginsberg’s presence in the 12 months since she passed. I can think of no better way to honor her legacy than to pass the Women’s Health Protection Act. I look forward to voting for it, and may her memory be a blessing.

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@thehill: .@SenatorLankford on President Biden’s health mandate: “The American people do not work for the President of the United States”.

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@RonBrownstein: “We saw the Delta surge as a real inflection moment,” said Sean Clegg, Newsom’s top strategist. “What Delta brought into clear, clear focus was the stakes…when one party has basically become an anti-science, anti-vaccine, anti-public health party.”

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@RBReich: I once argued cases before the Supreme Court. Republicans who call vaccine mandates unconstitutional are talking rubbish. In 1905, in Jacobson vs. Massachusetts, the Court ruled compulsory vaccination laws constitutional when public health is at stake.

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@RBReich: For 105 years, the Supreme Court has made clear that vaccine mandates are permissible to fight deadly diseases. Public health warrants government action. That much is clear.

Robert Reich (@RBReich) / Twitter

@MeidasTouch: Merrick Garland just announced that the DOJ will protect women seeking abortions in Texas and will investigate and prosecute anyone who injures, intimidates, or interferes with a person seeking reproductive health services, or who damages facilities that provide it.

MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) / Twitter

@AndrewYang: Now on Josh Silver CEO of @representus discusses how democracy reform is the path to better outcomes on multiple fronts – poverty, the environment, health care, you name it. He makes a compelling case.

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@thehill: German health workers attacked after refusing to give man a vaccination card without a shot

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@AndrewYang: “Between 2002 and 2018, Americans saw the cost of housing rise 26 percent, the cost of health care rise 35 percent, and the cost of education rise 70 percent.”

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@VP: Today, a new law takes effect in Texas that directly violates the precedent established in the landmark case of Roe v. Wade. This all-out assault on reproductive health effectively bans abortion for the nearly 7 million Texans of reproductive age.

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