And several surveys have shown that as many as half of unvaccinated workers insist they would leave their jobs if forced to get the shot. But how many will actually follow through?
Quarterly hogs and pigs inventory report for the USDA mountain states region.
Congress suspended the debt ceiling in 2019 for two years, ending July 31, 2021. Since then, the U.S. Treasury Department has taken emergency measures that allow it to keep borrowing without an increase in the limit.
Autumn is here, and that means the risk of hitting deer on rural roads and highways is rising, especially around dusk and during a full moon.
When schools resumed classes in the fall of 2020, teachers faced a host of new challenges. These included things such as adapting to combinations of in-person, hybrid and remote learning models and managing health concerns during the pandemic.
The House Ways and Means Committee outlined plans on Sept. 13, 2021, to move the top marginal income rate up a couple of notches to 39.6% and to introduce a 3% surtax on incomes above $5 million.
Vaccine refusal is a major reason COVID-19 infections continue to surge in the U.S. Safe and effective vaccines have been available for months, but as of mid-September 2021, only 65% of eligible American adults are fully vaccinated.
New Mexico residents and those across the country have been turning to alcohol in increasing numbers during the pandemic, according to a recent survey.
The United States Department of Agriculture will be sending surveys to milk producers for an upcoming report.