Wednesday, March 8, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (3/8/23)

Today is Wednesday, but I definitely just had to stare at that date for a minute to make sure I had the right month.

N.T.S.B. Will Investigate Norfolk Southern’s Safety Practices (NYT)

As Israel’s democracy erodes, its government delegitimizes criticism (Politico EU)

Bans on gender-affirming care would have a 'catastrophic' impact on LGBTQ youth in NH, health providers warn (NHPR)

Fox News hit with election complaint after Biden ad given to Trump son-in-law (The Guardian)

How D.C.’s criminal code became a political headache for Joe Biden (Grid)

1 in 4 parents report being fired for work interruptions due to child care breakdowns (The 19th*)

The Rumble Over Russian Composer Tchaikovsky At An Elite Ukrainian Conservatory (RFE)

What Made Judy Heumann, Mother of the Disability Rights Movement, an American Hero (Smithsonian)

The second most forested state, NH may end its forester licensing program (NH Bulletin)

Love this: Bolts source Pride puck design from local artist, Chad Mize (NHL)

And some longer reads:

Why Russia’s manpower advantage may not be enough to win the war in Ukraine (Grid)

As the Colorado River Shrinks, Washington Prepares to Spread the Pain (NYT)

U.S. kids face a ‘hunger cliff’ as pandemic aid programs end (Grid)

When Americans Lost Faith in the News (New Yorker)

My favorite nerdy boy: The Spencer Strider conundrum: Can a starting pitcher dominate with two pitches? (The Athletic)

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