Wednesday, July 12, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (7/12/23)

Today is Wednesday and I stayed up too late watching the All Star Game.

Create new Europe-wide migrant rescue mission, EU parties implore (Politico EU)

How to help with flood recovery in Vermont (Vermont Public)

Not a surprise, but still terrible: Iowa GOP lawmakers pass 'fetal heartbeat' 6-week abortion ban (Iowa Public Radio)

Joe Biden’s New Student Debt Relief Plan Might Actually Work This Time (Slate)

SIGH: With deadline Friday, NH has not applied to receive additional EBT funds (NHPR)

Workers at Sega, Maker of Sonic the Hedgehog, Vote to Unionize in the US (The Messenger)

Oklahoma judge throws out a suit seeking reparations for the Tulsa Race Massacre (NPR)

Caster Semenya wins human rights court appeal; more challenges ahead (WaPo)

Milan Kundera, Czech Literary Star and Communist Party Outcast, Dies at 94 (NYT)

The Return of Ronald (Baseball Prospectus)

And some longer reads:

Vermont Floods Show Limits of America’s Efforts to Adapt to Climate Change (NYT)

It's hot. For farmworkers without federal heat protections, it could be life or death (NPR)

Former SF Giants prospect Solomon Bates has his eyes on the history books (SI)

The Puzzle of Putting Video Games in a Museum (New Yorker)

Five Great Books from the Borderlands of Mystery, Horror, and the Psychological Thriller (CrimeReads)

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