At Least 7 States Amend Mask Requirements To Align With Updated CDC Guidance

At Least 7 States Amended Their Existing Mask Orders To Align With CDC Guidance And Exempt Fully Vaccinated Individuals From Most Indoor Mask Requirements, As Of May 14.

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Defund The Police Movement Contributed To Rise In Violence, Experts Say

Calls To Defund The Police Have Once Again Been Thrust Into The National Spotlight After A String Of High Profile Police Shootings, But Data Show The Rallying Cry For Police Reformers May Not Hold Water.

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Jury Finds Former Police Officer Gulity On All Counts In Death Of George Floyd

Less Than A Year After The Death Of George Floyd In Police Custody, A Jury Found Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin Guilty On Charges Of Second-Degree Unintentional Murder, Third-degree Murder, And Second-degree Manslaughter.

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Landmarks In 24 states Light Up For National School Choice Week

National School Choice Events Being Held All This Week, With Resources Available For Parents And Iconic Landmarks And Public Buildings Lighting Up In Red And Yellow.

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Economist Warns Biden’s Keystone XL Pipeline Shutdown Could Have Unintended Consequences

Economists Warn Of Consequences Of Pipeline Shutdown, From Lost Jobs To Increase Of Price Of Fuel & Petroleum Derivatives To Heavier Environmental Toll.

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National Migration: More People Moving To Southern And Western States

Top Inbound States In 2020 Were Idaho, South Carolina, Oregon, South Dakota, Arizona, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Florida And Arkansas.

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Report Finds State Unemployment Compensation Trust Funds Continue To Struggle

States Entered 2020 With Aggregate Trust Fund Balances Of $75 Billion, Which On Net, Now Stand At $25 Billion. Now, 17 States And The Virgin Islands Are In The Red.

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