– The Wall Street Journal
Company leaders are grappling with how to deal with the rising cost of health insurance in ways that get beyond the longtime strategy of simply passing on more of the burden to workers.
– San Francisco Chronicle
CalSavers is a state-run retirement program for workers in California whose employers don’t offer one. By June 2022, all private-sector employers with five or more workers that don’t offer a qualified retirement plan will have to register with CalSavers.
Stung By Election Losses, Republicans In The States Seek A Way To Neutralize Democrats
– The New York Times
With Democrats in states like Michigan and Wisconsin ready to be sworn in, outgoing Republicans are advancing legislation to strip their offices of certain powers, curtailing their authority.
The fishermen’s lawsuit appears to be the first time food producers have sued the fossil fuel industry for allegedly harming the environment.