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The House is racing to avoid the looming government shutdown.
The House is racing to avoid a potential government shutdown as federal funding dries up. Two key GOP factions created a short-term, stopgap measure to fund the government through Oct. 31, but it’s receiving pushback.
New booster is rolled out as 'Tripledemic' lingers
Doctors are warning of another tripledemic this fall and winter, as COVID, the flu, and RSV are circulating simultaneously. Health experts are urging the public to take preventative measures like getting the new COVID-19 booster, RSV vaccines for specific groups, and flu shots.
Planned Parenthood resumes abortion services in Wisconsin
Planned Parenthood will resume abortion services in Wisconsin for the first time in over a year after a complaint against an 1849 statute banning abortions was challenged in the courts. Planned Parenthood paused all abortion services following the Supreme Court's landmark decision on Roe v. Wade last summer, which caused abortion laws to devolve to the states.
United Auto Workers enter fourth day of strike
The United Auto Workers have entered the fourth day of their strike with no immediate resolution on the horizon. The union resumed talks with GM on Sunday and is resuming negotiations with Stellantis and Ford today.
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