He's laid out a five-point plan to speed up getting COVID-19 vaccinations to more Americans.
"Let's do the thing, which saves the most lives," says economist Alex Tabarrok: Instead of holding back second doses, use them all right away.
Using obscure laws to prevent people from helping each other is obscene.
Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package Includes More Stimulus Checks, State Government Bailout, $15 Federal Minimum Wage
On the brighter side, Biden wants 100 million vaccinations in 100 days and will push for immediate school reopenings.
Now officials in Chicago and New York are reconsidering their rules.
Recent upward trends in cases and deaths seem to reflect virus transmission tied to holiday gatherings.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Vetoed One Outdoor Dining Bill Because It Took Too Much Power Away From Zoning Officials. Will He Do That a Second Time?
Garden State lawmakers have unanimously passed two bills now allowing restaurants to keep their outdoor operations running so long as their indoor dining rooms are restricted.
Vaccine booster doses currently being reserved will be released immediately to inoculate more Americans.
His original guidance forced hospitals to throw away vaccine doses. That still might happen.
More than 4,100 people died of COVID-19 yesterday across the country, but some New York medical providers are dumping vaccines instead of putting them in people's arms.
He will count on future production to provide second doses.
New York Bill Would Let the State Put People in Detention if Deemed a 'Significant Threat to Public Health'
The legislation gives the government wide latitude to detain those who might have a contagious disease.
The factory fire was salt in the wound of this struggling iconic New York business.
Plus: Gov. Andrew Cuomo demonstrates how not to handle vaccine distribution , Americans are fleeing big cities and high tax states, and more...
The New York governor says hospitals have to increase vaccinations—but there's a catch.
Thanks to coverage at Reason and pushback from the industry, the federal government voided $14,000 fees on do-gooder craft distillers just in time for the new year.
The incessant urge to make COVID-19 infection a morality play is corroding our humanity and distracting us from solutions.
A growing number of states are enshrining eviction moratoriums into laws that won't expire until well into next year.
Plus: Josh Hawley rejects reality (again), Florida's still trying to bust Robert Kraft for getting a hand job, distilleries' good deeds get punished, and more...
When There Wasn't Enough Hand Sanitizer, Distilleries Stepped Up. Now They're Facing $14,060 FDA Fees.
Distilleries just learned that to cap off a brutal year, the FDA is charging them a fee normally reserved for drug manufacturing facilities.
The idea is looking less like a Get Out of Jail Free card and more like a hall pass.
The government must move quickly to approve a one-dose regimen for Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccines.
Bans on ads, displays, refills, and buy-one-get-one-free offers
The United States was virtually alone in keeping schools closed this fall. As a result, public education—and cities—may never look the same.
Democrats Push $2,000 'Survival Checks' to Make Up for the 'Woefully Inadequate' $5 Trillion Federal Relief Effort
Progressives want to spend an additional $435 billion to help people who've lost neither jobs nor income weather the pandemic.
Ramp up the vaccinations now!
It turns out that there is a mechanism in capitalism for allocating scarce goods. It is called a "price."
It's not clear how long those hopeful trends will continue.
Centralization makes sense only if you ignore differences in local conditions—and trust the feds to make the right choices.
One of the underappreciated failures of the Trump presidency is his squandering of an incredibly rare opportunity to reset how Washington operates.
Fortunately, 2020 is nearly at an end. Unfortunately, its events will leave one hell of a mark on the years to come.
Plus: Europeans are just as inclined toward "conspiracy thinking" as Americans, D.C. decriminalizes "drug paraphernalia," and more...
So why doesn't it?
'We're Not Doing Anything Wrong': This Pennsylvania Brewery Refuses To Obey State's Indoor Dining Ban
And it isn't alone. Pennsylvania has banned indoor dining through the end of the year, but dozens of businesses are banding together to defy the mandate.
It would be the best thing to do with the $22.4 billion Congress allocated for COVID-19 testing
But they're almost certainly going to get some.