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Yes, Muslims are portrayed negatively in American media -- 2 political scientists reviewed over 250,000 ...

The Star Democrat 28 May 2022
But the studies they reviewed leave open two pressing questions that we address through our research ... Other studies that looked at the impact of negative information about Muslims also found an increase in support for policies that harm Muslims, such as secret surveillance of Muslim Americans or the use of drone attacks in Muslim countries.
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Arming teachers – an effective security measure or a false sense of security?

McAlester News-Capital 28 May 2022
To shine light on the matter, The Conversation reached out to Aimee Huff and Michelle Barnhart, two Oregon State University scholars who have studied the ins and outs of putting guns in the hands of the nation’s teachers as a way to protect students ... Policies vary across states.
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Window closing for US to implement global corporate tax deal

Finger Lakes Times 28 May 2022
Guidelines for getting compliant tax policies in place aim for a 2023 start date, though that timeline appears to be slipping ... Kyle Pomerleau, a senior fellow studying tax policy at the right-leaning American Enterprise Institute, said in an interview the U.S.
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CEO pay rose 17% in 2021 as profits soared; workers trailed

Times Argus 28 May 2022
“That is going to add a huge cost to corporate bottom lines, to have these kind of turnover rates,” said Sarah Anderson, director of the global economy project at the progressive Institute for Policy Studies ... The AP’s and Equilar’s compensation study included pay data for 340 CEOs ...
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How high is CEO annual pay? It might take the average worker 186 years to ...

The Los Angeles Times 28 May 2022
“That is going to add a huge cost to corporate bottom lines, to have these kind of turnover rates,” said Sarah Anderson, director of the global economy project at the progressive Institute for Policy Studies ... The AP’s and Equilar’s compensation study included pay data for 340 CEOs ...
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Putin masking invasion policies with 1990s humanitarian propaganda, analysis finds

Phys Dot Org 27 May 2022
The study findings are based on a review of written documents, and audio and video records by Russian foreign policy-makers ... However, the study highlights that foreign policy statements post 2008 also cite historical injustices, and invoke the Kosovo precedent (the country's ...
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Why America doesn’t know how to stop school shootings

The Bradford Era 27 May 2022
As of right now, in the entire country, there is just a single federally funded study on preventing gun violence in America’s schools ... School districts across the country are formulating policies in a vacuum without “any evidence to hang their hat on.” ... The study is in such early stages that there isn’t even preliminary data.
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Why we don’t know how to stop school shootings

The Bradford Era 27 May 2022
As of right now, in the entire country, there is just a single federally funded study on preventing gun violence in America’s schools ... School districts across the country are formulating policies in a vacuum without “any evidence to hang their hat on.” ... The study is in such early stages that there isn’t even preliminary data.
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Julianna Goldman: Why America doesn’t know how to stop school shootings

Finger Lakes Times 27 May 2022
As of right now, in the entire country, there is just a single federally funded study on preventing gun violence in America’s schools ... School districts across the country are formulating policies in a vacuum without “any evidence to hang their hat on.” ... The study is in such early stages that there isn’t even preliminary data.
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Louisiana bill proposes study on crypto campaign donations

The Block 27 May 2022
A Louisiana house bill calling for the study of crypto campaign contributions was introduced earlier this week ... Mark Wright ... Several other states have enacted policies aimed at studying or regulating cryptocurrencies ... Meanwhile, a Colorado bill proposing the study of security tokens for raising state capital is now awaiting a signature from Gov ... ....
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Risk of food insecurity threatens record 36% of Brazilian families – study

Metro USA 27 May 2022
Food prices have risen sharply following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, said economist Marcelo Neri, director of FGV’s Social Policies Center and the study’s author ... The study also said that the gender gap in food insecurity in 2021 was six times greater in Brazil than the global average.
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Equitable COVID vaccinations would have saved hundreds of Chicagoans: study

Chicago Business 27 May 2022
A UChicago Medicine study examines the consequence of wealthier, whiter areas of the city having higher COVID-19 vaccination rates ... A University of Chicago Medicine study of vaccination coverage in Chicago says hundreds of lives could have been saved last year if COVID-19 vaccinations had been more equitable ... Northwestern study.
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Risk of food insecurity threatens record 36% of Brazilian families -study

Reuters 27 May 2022
... 30% in 2019, a newly published study showed ... Food prices have risen sharply following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, said economist Marcelo Neri, director of FGV's Social Policies Center and the study's author.Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com.
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Choking local funding prevents terrorism

Phys Dot Org 27 May 2022
This is of clear policy relevance ... As Limodio mentions "showing the existence of financial frictions through data is crucial to understand the behavior of terrorist groups and study the most effective policies to empower financial counterterror to lower attacks and casualties".
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Strategic Ambiguity on Taiwan Is Dead

GlobalResearch 27 May 2022
Policy? ... policy toward Taiwan ... policy had not really changed and that the TRA still determined that policy ... Ted Galen Carpenter, a senior fellow in defense and foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute and a contributing editor to 19FortyFive, is the author of 12 books on international affairs, including America’s Coming War with China.

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