Introduction: The Scorching Reality of Working Under a Heat Dome
As the summer continues to sizzle in the United States, the season’s unrelenting triple-digit temperatures have cast a new spotlight on the climate. Day in, day out, a significant portion of the laboring population ventures into the heart of the heat dome, building our homes, landscaping our lawns, harvesting our food, sweeping our trash, and delivering our packages.
The Passage of HB 2127: A Closer Look
In the past week, 160,000 actors and media personalities from SAG-AFTRA joined the 11,000 members of the Writers Guild of America (WGA) who have been on the picket line since May. The reason for the collective action was the breakdown in negotiations between the union and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, which represents the studios.
NBCUniversal’s Tree Trimming Incident
Introduction to Biometric Privacy Laws in the United States
There are three states with independent laws on biometric privacy: Illinois, Texas, and Washington. However, out of these three, only Illinois grants the authority for private individuals to take legal action.
The Illinois Biometric Privacy Act (BIPA): An Overview