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The Trump tax cuts were neither panacea nor rip-off

SCNOW Morning News 14 Apr 2024
... policy can descend into partisan nonsense.
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US, Beijing aim to boost number of American students in China

Beijing News 14 Apr 2024
WASHINGTON - Stephen Garrett, a 27-year-old graduate student, always thought he would study in China, but the country's restrictive COVID-19 policies made it nearly impossible and now he sees interest ...
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K-12 School Choice Will Improve Higher Education

The American Spectator 14 Apr 2024
[S]chool choice will enable colleges and universities to realize their desire for a more diverse student body without having to covertly employ affirmative action policies ... Another study published in ...
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Riz Ahmed’s Defiance: how the visceral racism of 70s Britain gave way to a new era of identity politics

The Observer 14 Apr 2024
In Birmingham, one study observed, the council’s policies “tended to result in competition between BME [black and minority ethnic] communities for resources” as each group “attempted to maximise their own interests”.
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What keeps us flying Ryanair and Wizz Air?

The Times/The Sunday Times 14 Apr 2024
A 2018 report by the Centre for European Policy Studies noted that Ryanair, and other low-cost carriers (LCCs) created in its form, “enhanced the accessibility of not only major cities, but also secondary destinations less travelled by tourists.
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Americans more willing to pay for climate action after extreme weather

Phys Dot Org 13 Apr 2024
"When climate change is a distant concept, we've had a hard time getting people to be willing to actually pay more money for a mitigation policy," study co-author Trisha Shrum of UVM says.
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Far fewer young Americans now want to study in China, something both countries are trying ...

Newsday 13 Apr 2024
WASHINGTON — Stephen Garrett, a 27-year-old graduate student, always thought he would study in China, but first the country's restrictive COVID-19 policies made it nearly impossible and now he has other concerns ... students studying in China.
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Far fewer young Americans now want to study in China. Both countries are trying to ...

Star Tribune 13 Apr 2024
Stephen Garrett, a 27-year-old graduate student, always thought he would study in China, but first the country's restrictive COVID-19 policies made it nearly impossible and now he has other concerns ... .
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Why Politicians & Bureaucrats Choose Politics Over Sound Economics

The Liberty Beacon 13 Apr 2024
Decisions and policies are now crafted for immediate voter approval, while making decisions and passing policies that are logically sound, take a back seat ... Another recent study in Energy Policy has identified the U.S.
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Students not to worry as faulty app won't affect DSE exams, says Christine Choi

Hong Kong Standard 13 Apr 2024
As for the two exam schools on the mainland, Choi said the policy aims to facilitate Hong Kong students studying in the Bay Area, and the exams over the past few days were held very smoothly. .
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Few young Americans want to study in China, something both countries are trying to fix

Taipei Times 13 Apr 2024
Stephen Garrett, a 27-year-old graduate student, always thought he would study in China, but first the country’s restrictive COVID-19 policies made it nearly impossible and now he has other concerns.
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Far fewer young Americans now want to study in China. Both countries are trying to fix that

Stars and Stripes 13 Apr 2024
WASHINGTON — Stephen Garrett, a 27-year-old graduate student, always thought he would study in China, but the country’s restrictive COVID-19 policies made it nearly impossible and now he sees interest ...
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Fewer young Americans want to study in China, something both countries are trying to fix 

Hong Kong Standard 13 Apr 2024
Stephen Garrett, a 27-year-old graduate student, always thought he would study in China, but first the country’s restrictive COVID-19 policies made it nearly impossible and now he has other concerns.  ... students studying in China. .
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Nebraska lawmakers pass a bill to restore voting rights to newly released felons

Wtop 13 Apr 2024
As of October 2023, 26 states and the District of Columbia had expanded voting rights to people living with felony convictions, according to The Sentencing Project, a nonprofit sentencing advocacy group that studies criminal justice policy.
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For Maharashtra’s Dhangars, the road to ‘Begampura’ is far

Indian Express 13 Apr 2024
Nomadic and pastoral ways of life shaped human civilization ... The struggle for political presence ... Advertisement ... Anand Kshirsagar is a Harris Merit Scholar studying Master of Public Policy at Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago ... Tags.
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