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No gender bias in voter reactions to political flip-flopping, study finds

PsyPost 22 May 2024
The study revealed that candidates who frequently changed their policy positions were evaluated less positively than those who did so infrequently ... Further studies could also explore the impact of ...
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Why DC ranks at the bottom of the US for military retiree care

Wtop 22 May 2024
The study included insights from a panel of experts in veteran resources, public policy, economics and financial advising ... Happe said when you look at a study like this, there’s a lot of ...
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Sabah looking at following Sarawak in using English for Maths and Science in schools

Malaysia Today 22 May 2024
“We are studying about it ... There is a need to do a study before we make any decision. “It is in the study stage now, as we want to know what challenges we would face.
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Daily marijuana use outpaces daily drinking in US, study says

Penn Live 22 May 2024
Alcohol is still more widely used, but 2022 was the first time this intensive level of marijuana use overtook high-frequency drinking, said the study’s author, Jonathan Caulkins, a cannabis policy researcher at Carnegie Mellon University.
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Israel falling behind on AI, study finds

Globes 22 May 2024
A new study by policy and research institute RISE Israel in collaboration with Google, examining Israel’s standing in the global ...
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Study finds higher risk of psychotic disorders among teens who use marijuana

The Hill 22 May 2024
... is more associated with tobacco use than typical alcohol use,” Jonathan Caulkins, a cannabis policy researcher at Carnegie Mellon University and the author of the study, told The Associated Press.
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Australia hurting itself with cap on international students

China Daily 22 May 2024
While Canberra can churn out various policies, often short-lived and mostly aimed at serving populist agendas, international students can simply choose a more predictable country both for their studies and for their well-being.
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Daily marijuana use outpaces daily drinking in the US, a new study says

Detroit news 22 May 2024
Alcohol is still more widely used, but 2022 was the first time this intensive level of marijuana use overtook high-frequency drinking, said the study’s author, Jonathan Caulkins, a cannabis policy researcher at Carnegie Mellon University.
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Daily marijuana use outpaces daily drinking in the US, new study says

Jamaica Star 22 May 2024
Alcohol is still more widely used, but 2022 was the first time this intensive level of marijuana use overtook high-frequency drinking, said the study’s author, Jonathan Caulkins, a cannabis policy researcher at Carnegie Mellon University.
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Daily Cannabis Use Outpaces Daily Drinking in the U.S., Study Says

Time 22 May 2024
Alcohol is still more widely used, but 2022 was the first time this intensive level of marijuana use overtook daily and near-daily drinking, said the study’s author, Jonathan Caulkins, a cannabis policy researcher at Carnegie Mellon University.
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Interview: Diplomatic approach remains prudent way to ensure peace, stability in South China Sea -- Philippine scholar

Beijing News 22 May 2024
Anna Malindog-Uy, vice president of the Manila-based think tank Asian Century Philippines Strategic Studies Institute, called on Manila to shift to a more independent foreign policy and reopen negotiation to settle maritime differences.
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Daily marijuana use now more common than daily drinking: Analysis

The Hill 22 May 2024
... that is more associated with tobacco use than typical alcohol use,” the study’s author, Jonathan Caulkins, a cannabis policy researcher at Carnegie Mellon University, told The Associated Press.
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Daily marijuana use exceeds daily drinking in US

Orange County Register 22 May 2024
Alcohol is still more widely used, but 2022 was the first time this intensive level of marijuana use overtook daily and near-daily drinking, said the study’s author, Jonathan Caulkins, a cannabis policy researcher at Carnegie Mellon University.
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Half of U.N.’s Procurement Contracts in 2021-2022 Went to Suppliers Linked to Human Rights Violations, ...

The Syria Report 22 May 2024
... while a third was procured to suppliers partially owned by sanctioned individuals, according to the study ‘U.N.
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Trump or Biden? Either way, US seems poised to preserve heavy tariffs on imports

The Enterprise-Tocsin 22 May 2024
“It was a little surprising that an ideologically different administration would keep the policies so intact,’’ Aznavorian said, recalling how a previous Democratic president, Bill Clinton, had fought for freer trade ... trade policy had to change.
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