Full FDA approval of Pfizer vaccine clears way for employer mandates
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Plus: what a boost in federal food assistance could mean for low-income families, Maine's restaurants struggle with the service worker shortage and the debate surrounding how the Environmental Protection Agency measures methane emissions.
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Mandates will be detrimental to employers in a tight job market.
People will often accept risks posed by things they know — like gas-powered cars — but not things that are new to them.
Environmental groups argue that the oil-and-gas industry emits nearly twice as much of the greenhouse gas as the agency reports.
Kimberly Adams talks to Sharon Parrott, president of Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, about the expansion of food assistance.
Some restaurants in the state are boosting wages and benefits to bring workers back.
Fewer than two decades after it was awarded, UNESCO revoked Liverpool's World Heritage designation. Now, city officials and economists look to find ways to preserve history while striving for economic prosperity.