One article on Tuesday about a promise from Democratic and White House leaders to complete a controversial 304-mile gas pipeline in West Virginia in exchange for the backing of Senator Joe Manchin III on The climate law messed up the timing of Mr. Manchin’s announcement of the deal. It’s Monday, not Tuesday.
One article on Monday about changes to the United Auto Workers Union as a result of a corruption scandal that falsified the title of a re-election union official whose name was embroidered on backpacks to give to members. pellets. He’s a secretary and treasurer, not a vice president. The article also misrepresented a compensation move that had been approved by the union’s executive committee. It increased pensions for employees at union headquarters; it does not increase their salaries, or the salaries and pensions of the board members.
One article on Tuesday about difficulties smokers could soon face after the Food and Drug Administration said it would move toward cutting nicotine levels in cigarettes because of the wrong number of vaping products approved by the FDA. Food and Drug Administration approval to date. It’s close to two dozen, not six.
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