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Abortion ruling puts spotlight on gerrymandered legislatures
Business · Washington

Abortion ruling puts spotlight on gerrymandered legislatures

62% Center coverage: 24 sources
In June 2019, three years before its momentous abortion ruling, the Supreme Court decided that it has no role in restraining partisan gerrymandering. Gerrymandering again flourished as politicians used the 2020 census data to redraw districts that could benefit their party. A majority of Americans support abortion access in general, though many say there should be some restrictions, according to public opinion polls.See the Story
Bezos Lashes Out at Biden Over Call for Lowering of Gas Prices
Jeff Bezos · Washington

Bezos Lashes Out at Biden Over Call for Lowering of Gas Prices

77% Right coverage: 17 sources
President Joe Biden called on companies running gas stations to lower the price of gas. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos called Biden's tweet "either straight ahead misdirection or a deep misunderstanding of basic market dynamics" Bezos has emerged as an unlikely critic of the Biden administration as Biden continues to pin the blame for record-high gas prices on anything ahead of the midterms.See the Story
Canada's emergency rooms bear the brunt of a 'perfect storm'
Business · Edmonton

Canada's emergency rooms bear the brunt of a 'perfect storm'

60% Center coverage: 10 sources
Health authorities across Canada have cut the hours of hospital emergency departments. The move is due to a surge in patients and staff shortages. The strain has led to scenes of clogged hospital hallways and overflowing clinic waiting rooms. It also has rekindled debate about systemic problems in the government-funded healthcare system.See the Story

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Business · Orlando

Thousands more flights canceled or delayed as 4th of July travel blitz continues

50% Right coverage: 12 sources
There have been hundreds of delayed flights at Orlando International Airport to kick off the busy Fourth of July travel weekend. See the Story
Jeff Bezos

Bezos slams Biden's call for gasoline stations to cut prices

57% Center coverage: 7 sources
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos criticizes President Joe Biden for calling on oil companies to lower sky-high gasoline prices. Gasoline prices have been above $5 a gallon since early June, which is unprecedented in the car-crazy nation. Biden has regularly attacked oil companies, saying they only care about profits and not the well-being of the average consumer.See the Story
Business · New Brunswick

'Incompetent': New Brunswick cabinet minister blasts Air Canada for cancellation

Coverage: 4 sources
Dominic Cardy posted a series of tweets Saturday, saying the cancellation means New Brunswick will not have representation at this year's meeting of the Council of Ministers of Education. Cardy followed up by calling for deregulation of Canada's airline industry. Air Canada announced last week it would cut more than 15 per cent of its schedule.See the Story
Business · Macau

Macau launches more COVID testing as infections soar

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
The former Portuguese colony reported 90 new cases on Sunday, taking the total number of infections to 784 since the middle of June. More than 11,000 people are in quarantine. All non-essential government services are shut, schools, parks, sports and entertainment facilities are closed and restaurants can only provide takeaway.See the Story
Business · Indonesia

Has Indonesia shaken its 'fragile' status among emerging markets?

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Indonesia's central bank is among the world's least hawkish, having given no hint of when it might lift rates. Inflation has only just nudged above the 2%-4% target range and the rupiah is one of emerging Asia's best performing currencies. Clouding Indonesia's current outperformance are political risks to some of President Joko Widodo's key reforms.See the Story
Business · Ottawa

Analysis: Canada's light touch regulation of ESG funds risks 'greenwashing' claims

100% Center coverage: 3 sources
Canadian responsible equity funds' assets under management grew 24% from a year earlier to C$22.4 billion ($17.3 billion) in May. Globally, assets in such funds totalled $3.3 trillion. Regulators in the U.S. and Europe are considering mandatory disclosure requirements for ESG funds.See the Story
Jeff Bezos · Washington

White House, Jeff Bezos trade criticism over gas prices

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Jeff Bezos tweeted that President Biden's call for oil executives to reduce gas prices is "either straight ahead misdirection or a deep misunderstanding of basic market dynamics" White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierreon responded via Twitter, saying high gas prices are emblematic of "a market that is failing the American consumer"See the Story
Business · Moscow

Nervous staff and no bankers: Western firms struggle to exit Russia

Coverage: 2 sources
More than a thousand Western companies have joined a corporate exodus from Russia. Companies scramble to comply with sanctions and amid threats of retaliation from the Kremlin. A Reuters tally shows fewer than 40, including McDonalds, Societe Generale and Renault, have announced deals. Many have given the keys to local managers. Almost all have booked hefty writedowns totalling tens of billions of dollars.See the Story

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