@AndrewYang: State and local governments, with oversight from Treasury, disbursed just 6.5 percent of the money in the first six months of the year, amplifying fears that millions of Americans were at risk of homelessness without the eviction ban in place.

Adam Parkhomenko (@AndrewYang) / Twitter

@thehill: JUST IN: Appeals court sides with Indiana University over requirement that all students be vaccinated against COVID-19 or wear masks

The Hill (@thehill) / Twitter

@OurRevolution: “If you do me the honor of sending me to Congress, I will wake up every day fighting to raise wages… Fighting to create trade deals that work for everyday people, not just the corporate elites.”— @ninaturner #PROAct #OH11

Our Revolution (@OurRevolution) / Twitter

@FundForHumanity: Just another example of how direct cash payments not only positively impact individual lives but make a huge difference to the economy. What are we waiting for? We need UBI.

Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) / Twitter

@jean_twenge: Worldwide, loneliness among teens doubled in just 6 years (2012 to 2018), closely in step with smartphone access. Other factors weren’t linked. Solutions: No phones during the school day and enforce age 13 limit on social media. With @JonHaidt in @nytimes:

Marc Berman (@AndrewYang) / Twitter

@NicholsUprising: “If you do me the honor of sending me to Congress, I will wake up every day fighting to raise wages…. Fighting to create trade deals that work for everyday people, not just the corporate elites.”— @ninaturner wants to fight for labor rights to Congress

Cornel West (@RoKhanna) / Twitter

@RoKhanna: In the UK, renewables just provided more energy than fossil fuels for the first time.We won’t get there while we give fossil fuels $20 billion a year. It doesn’t have to be this way—let’s end fossil fuel subsidies and revolutionize our energy grid.

John Nichols (@RoKhanna) / Twitter

@scottsantens: The proper word to use is “pushed” not “fall.” The US is okay with pushing people off the cliff because it’s just a return to normalcy. It’s normal to force people into the labor market by withholding what they need to live unless they do as they’re told.

Scott Santens (@scottsantens) / Twitter

@FundForHumanity: At a time when the bugaboo of Critical Race Theory is being used to bolster the Lost Cause, these measured, inspired words by Martin Luther King, Jr. are just as true and significant today as they were when he spoke them.

Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) / Twitter