President Joe Biden signed a bipartisan bill Monday that directs the federal government to declassify as much intelligence as possible about the origins of COVID-19 more than three years after the start of the pandemic.
Southeast Texas Regional Advisory Council, or SETrac, will be partnering with counties to come to their aide. On Thursday, SETrac and Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital hosted a community planning and response to emergencies event.
In August President Biden signed an act called the Camp Lejeune Justice Act, making anyone who was possibly exposed to the toxic water at Camp Lejeune from August 1953 to December 1987 eligible for compensation.
According to a study published in Monday’s Pediatrics journal, the rate of these deaths for Black infants in 2020 was nearly three times higher than the rate for white babies and rose above Native American infant deaths.