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President Biden's new federal vaccine requirements for as many as 100 million. Americans. Some union leaders and some Republican leaders say he's going too far. AP Washington Correspondent Sagar Madani, the president says most Americans have done the right thing by getting vaccinated. He and they are frustrated by the 80 million who have not been patient. But our patience is wearing thin. And your refusal has cost all of us. Among other steps. He's rolling out sweeping federal vaccine requirements affecting as many as 100 million Americans, including mandating that all employers with more than 100 workers require vaccinations or weekly tests. The moves come as the U. S. Sees a sharp rise in cases the Justice Department is suing Texas over that new state law the bans most abortions, Attorney General Merrick Garland argues that it defies the Constitution this kind of scheme. To nullify the Constitution of the United States is one that all Americans Whatever their politics or party should fear. The Los Angeles Board of Education has voted to require students 12 and older to be vaccinated against the coronavirus to attend in person classes. One board member says This is not about violating anybody's rights. She says it's intended to make sure Children can be safe in school. Ohio's Wright Patterson Air Force Base went into lockdown for several hours overnight as security investigated reports of a gunshot No injuries reported and no threat identified. They gave the all clear early this morning in the NFL season opener. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Dallas Cowboys last night. 31 29 stocks dropped yesterday. This is a P news Almost two weeks after Hurricane IDA blasted coastal Louisiana residents are still struggling. The apes Tim Maguire, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards says more than a quarter million people in the state remain without power. More than 12. Days after Category four, Hurricane IDA came ashore while much progress has been made. There's still a significant number of people without power the lengthy power outage, adding to the misery and cost the small businesses, especially restaurants that have lost hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of food to spoilage. Business owners from Louisiana to Connecticut are trying to come to grips with not only dealing with insurance companies and FEMA but also how to bring back workers and customers. Those with damaged buildings also face uncertain repair timelines due to shortages of both construction supplies and workers. I'm Tim Maguire, the number of Americans applying for unemployment fell last week to 310,000. I'm Rita Foley. AP News I Mike Rossi, a reporting a former Venezuelan spymaster, is arrested in Spain on US drug charges. Police in Spain have arrested General Hugo Carvajal, a former Venezuelan spy master wanted on narcotics charges in the United States. The arrest in Madrid came nearly two years after Spain's high court issued an extradition order and Carvajal disappeared. Carvajal faces narcotics charges in New York and Florida over alleged ties to Colombian rebels known to control cocaine smuggling routes. Carvajal has denied any wrongdoing. I'm Mike Gracia Montana asked the cord not to block new laws targeting abortion. Montana's Republican attorney general is asking a court not to block enforcement of several new abortion laws. Planned Parenthood filed a suit in the Yellowstone District court, claiming the laws would unconstitutionally restrict access to the procedure in the state. The laws are set to take effect October 1st. They would ban abortions after 20 weeks of gestation and restrict access to abortion pills. The state is represented by the alliance Defending Freedom, a conservative Christian legal group. I'm Walter Ratliff. Ladies and gentlemen, today's opponents on man vs Train at the Crossing. We have Rick £175 frustrated man who's running late for work and on the.

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