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Washington State Lawmakers Push to Keep Bills Alive Ahead of Tuesday Cutoff

By Lee Stoll, KOMO NewsMon, February 12th 2024 at 8:59 AM Updated Mon, February 12th 2024 at 12:14 PM OLYMPIA, Wash. — Lawmakers in Olympia are trying to beat the next deadline to…
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Department of Anti-TRANSportation? Florida Bans Driver’s License Gender Changes

State DMV’s move exposes trans people to criminal liability for listing gender identity on their driver’s license. By Naomi Feinstein January 30, 2024 The State of Florida will no longer allow…
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Dying Broke: Facing Financial Ruin as Costs Soar for Elder Care

The United States has no coherent system for providing long-term care, leading many who are aging to struggle to stay independent or to rely on a patchwork of solutions. By Reed…
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US Lawmakers Back in Session, Working on Border Security, Ukraine Aid

WASHINGTON —  U.S. lawmakers came back into session this week after a three-week holiday break to continue work toward a deal on border security in return for Republican votes to…
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Broward hotel cancels Muslim conference. Its organizers blame ‘Islamophobic campaign’

By Lauren Costantino On January 12, 2024 A Broward hotel canceled a local Muslim group’s annual conference a week before the event, following an internet campaign labeling the group “Hamas…
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Gainesville Honors ‘Created Gainesville’ for National Human Trafficking Prevention Month

By Alexus Goings Published: Jan. 4, 2024 GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) -January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Created Gainesville is a local non-profit that has helped and restored the lives of women…
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RAPIDO acronym aims to raise stroke awareness within the Latino community

By Sam Baker On October 9, 2023 A CDC report found only 58% of Hispanic adults in the U.S. can recognize signs of stroke. The American Stroke Association last month…
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Poll: Disinformation About ‘Open Borders’ Helps Spur Migrant Surge

By Alfredo Corchado, The Dallas Morning News, Updated at 9:12 PM on Sep 26, 2023. EL PASO – Disinformation about “open border” policies is helping spur a massive wave of Central…
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RTC getting help from feds to serve historically disadvantaged communities

By Mick Akers Las Vegas Review-JournalJuly 24, 2023 – 7:30am A federal grant awarded to the Regional Transportation Commission will fund a study of what it will take to develop…
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Michigan governor signs legislation expanding voting rights

Published 4:22 PM MDT, July 18, 2023 LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Tuesday signed a bipartisan package of bills into law to expand voter rights by allowing…
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