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U.S. Department of Agriculture to Invest in Renewable Energy Infrastructure

By: Haley Van Loon | 09-20-2021

Blogs Energy & Natural Resource

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (“USDA”) Secretary Tom Vilsack announced on September 9th that the Department will invest $464 million to improve the renewable energy infrastructure in 48 states and Puerto Rico. This program is designed to support rural communities, agricultural producers, and businesses. The USDA intends to prioritize a climate-smart infrastructure while building Read…

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Gov. Reynolds Deputy Chief of Staff Joins BrownWinick

By: BrownWinick | 09-15-2021

Blogs BW News Energy & Natural Resource Government & Regulatory Health Care Insurance

  BrownWinick Law is pleased to announce the addition of attorney Paige Thorson as a member to the firm. Thorson compliments the firm’s established government relations, insurance, health care, and energy and natural resources practices. Prior to joining BrownWinick, Thorson served as deputy chief of staff to Gov. Kim Reynolds where she oversaw the governor’s Read…

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An Update on Vaccine Incentives: Can Employers Raise Health Insurance Premiums for Unvaccinated Employees? 

By: Jackson O'Brien | 09-13-2021

Blogs Employment & Labor Health Care Workplace Health & Safety

Last week, BrownWinick provided an update on COVID-19 vaccinations in the workplace, including anticipated requirements from the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”). It is expected that these requirements will apply only to certain larger employers, although the anticipated rule is still in its early stages. Prior to last week’s announcement Read…