A judge started his own rehab where defendants must work at a bottling plant and other companies, under threat of prison if they don’t comply.
“All we’re doing is keeping those beds in cells warm for their kids,” says the state prison director. These women “need help. They don’t need prison.”
The agency stated this week that it “is not accepting electronic submissions of injury and illness logs at this time, and intends to propose extending the July 1, 2017 date by which certain employers are required to submit the information.”
The federal government, several state legislatures and local health departments have decided that granting faith-based day cares too much freedom puts children at risk.
Oklahoma regulators have called for more dramatic decreases in wastewater injection in the state’s oil fields, which have been blamed for a massive increase in earthquakes in the region.
On this hour of Reveal, we take another look at three of our major investigations that explored energy production in the United States. We’ll revisit how fracking has opened new realms of oil and gas production and examine some of the complex consequences of so-called energy independence.