Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief for Thursday, August 5, 2021

Here are the areas that would get major new spending:

Infrastructure Bill Would Require Alcohol Monitors for All New Cars

Advanced monitoring systems track drivers’ blood alcohol concentration and can ‘prevent … motor vehicle operation’


The bipartisan infrastructure bill includes a provision that would require auto manufacturers to equip “advanced alcohol monitoring systems” in all new cars.

Buried in the massive proposal—which is already longer than 2,700 pages—is a section titled, “ADVANCED IMPAIRED DRIVING TECHNOLOGY,” which mandates new vehicles include “a system that … passively and accurately detect[s] whether the blood alcohol concentration of a driver of a motor vehicle is equal to or greater than the blood alcohol concentration” of .08, in which case the system would “prevent or limit motor vehicle operation.” Automobile manufacturers would have a three-year grace period to comply with the regulation.

Back to the Bill…

Hey! Speaking about cars…

Have you heard that Erber Automotive in Moscow  ID is looking for Christians to join forces and wage war together on broken cars. At Erber Auto, you’ll work to make auto repair fun for customers with bouncy castles, motorcycle cruises, and honest service. Most importantly, you’ll work alongside Christians to show entropy the Uno reverse card!

Erber Auto is looking for a shop manager/service writer, and is always looking for resumes from qualified and experienced technicians, who are ready to do battle with the forces of evil, or at least metal fatigue. They have 2 positions to fill at competitive salaries. Please send your resume to business@erberauto.com.”

Just thought you should know…. now back to the rob us blind and make us cheer for it bill…

WHO Calls for Halt to Covid-19 Booster Shots

Doses needed to address shortfall in poor countries, agency says


Boston Mayor Kim Janey compares vaccine passports to slave papers, birtherism

New York City plans to require proof of vaccination for restaurants, gyms


FDA targets early September for approving Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine

Officials have recently accelerated their work and now hope to finalize approval in a matter of weeks.


CDC Issues Eviction Order in Areas of Substantial and High Transmission


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