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Daily Red Alert - 6/28/22

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After Roe Overturned, These 56 Companies Announce Abortion Benefits - The Daily Signal

“In the 72 hours since the Supreme Court’s bombshell ruling, the Democrats’ hysteria has sucked up most of the oxygen in the room—and that’s just fine with corporate America. While some CEOs have taken their battle stations on the sinking ship of Roe v. Wade, the bigger story might be how many haven’t.”

Fourth of July food costs up 11% due to inflation: Wells Fargo - New York Post

Inflation will be an uninvited guest at Fourth of July cookouts this year, with Americans paying abnormally high prices for holiday favorites such as meat and beer.”

“The cost of hosting a Fourth of July gathering for a group of 10 people will be about 11% higher than it was one year ago, according to an analysis by the Wells Fargo Food and Agribusiness Industry Advisor team.”

Nurse Resigns from Illinois Hospital After Threatening to Not Treat ‘White Males Who Vote Conservative’ - Breitbart

“An advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) at the Sarah Bush Lincoln health center in Mattoon, Illinois, was caught by Libs of TikTok stating on Twitter that she prescribes medication based on her patient’s political affiliation and race. The APRN resigned shortly after the health center told Breitbart News that her social media post was “contrary” to its mission, and that it was addressing the matter.”

Report: Baby Formula Stock Rates Not Improving, May Take Months to Change - Breitbart

“International flights carrying much-needed baby formula have touched down in the United States, but stock rates have yet to improve as supply chain woes continue hurting citizens, according to a report.”

US Goods Trade Deficit Narrows in May - NewsMax

“The U.S. trade deficit in goods narrowed in May as exports increased, suggesting that trade could contribute to economic growth this quarter for the first time in nearly two years.”

“The goods trade deficit fell 2.2% to $104.3 billion, the Commerce Department said on Tuesday. Goods exports rose $2.0 billion to $176.6 billion. Imports of goods slipped $0.4 billion to $280.9”

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ICYMI: Experience, Education, Vaccination: The New Qualifications for Job Seekers - New York Times

“Companies are devising vaccination policies for new hires along with rules for their existing employees.”

The Daily Red Alert is a collection of stories that relate to the issues of freedom in the workplace, business, and the US economy.

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