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  • fresh teaWhat’s in the new infrastructure bill — and why it’s a big deal
    President Joe Biden stands with the bipartisan group of senators working on the infrastructure deal on June 24, 2021, in Washington, DC. | Win McNamee/Getty ImagesThe bill would genuinely impact many people’s lives. Not many people wake up thrilled at the possibility of a federal bill on infrastru…
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  • fresh teaIs Merrick Garland letting Trump’s people off the hook?
    US Attorney General Merrick Garland exits his aircraft at Midway International Airport on July 22, 2021, in Chicago. | Samuel Corum/Getty ImagesThe debate over the attorney general’s reckoning with Trump’s legacy, explained. Trump critics’ anxiety over Attorney General Merrick Garland is mount…
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  • fresh teaIs Robinhood the next meme stock?
    Baiju Bhatt and Vlad Tenev celebrate after ringing the bell for the Robinhood IPO on July 29, 2021, in New York City. | Cindy Ord/Getty Images for RobinhoodRobinhood is setting out to capitalize on the day-trading boom it helped create. Robinhood helped usher in the latest day-trading wave. Now,…
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  • fresh teaThe 4 main fault lines that divide the vaccinated and the unvaccinated
    Demonstrators opposed to taking the Covid-19 vaccine and vaccine mandates by governments rally in New York City on July 2. | Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via Getty ImagesAge, race, income, and, of course, politics. Vaccines are the strongest bulwark against the Covid-19 pandemic. They’re highly effe…
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  • fresh teaBeetles, drought, and fires are a ticking time bomb in the West
    Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times via Getty ImagesA tiny insect is transforming the western US — with a little help from climate change. This story is part of Down to Earth, a Vox reporting initiative on the science, politics, and economics of the biodiversity crisis.Extreme drought. Soaring tempera…
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  • fresh teaMedical debt was cut nearly in half in states that expanded Medicaid
    Medical debt in states that expanded Medicaid has fallen 44 percent, a dramatically bigger drop than was seen in states that refused to expand the program. | Getty Images/iStockphotoNon-expansion states saw a much smaller drop in new medical debt over the same period. Medicaid expansion doesn’t ju…
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