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Most things you’ve heard about eating meat are wrong, say Irish scientists

The Irish Times 24 Feb 2024
... in policy decisions which mandate large reductions in animal-source foods' ... Other studies published since have exposed their flaws, yet they continue to be at the forefront of global nutrition policy.

NY Civil Liberties Union demands Columbia University reinstate suspended pro-Palestinian groups

The Eagle-Tribune 24 Feb 2024
... policies to quash the organizations. The university has a board tasked with holding “formal proceedings” if a student group is accused of violating university policies, according to the letter.

Pregnancy care was always lacking in jails. It could get worse.

The Norman Transcript 24 Feb 2024
Collier’s arrest was “shocking and disturbing” because officers “blithely” took her to jail despite her miscarriage concerns, said Wanda Bertram, a spokesperson for the Prison Policy Initiative, a nonprofit organization that studies incarceration.

My Take: We need multiprong approach to solving homelessness

Hillsdale Daily News 24 Feb 2024
Examples of these policies are eliminating requirements for minimum home sizes or parking, committing upfront to any studies that a local government might require a manufacturer to conduct in the ...

Does foreign policy matter in the US Presidential Election?

Financial Express 24 Feb 2024
While it is apparent that American voters choose their leaders based primarily on domestic issues, foreign policy does matter even if peripherally. More than any other country’s election, foreign policy counts in the U.S.

NRA loses landmark trial over millions in wasted donor funds

The Eagle-Tribune 24 Feb 2024
Despite the verdict, the NRA will continue to wield considerable influence, said Adam Winkler, a law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, who studies gun policy ... studies charities.

Rent caps a new 'holy grail' in housing crisis

The Buffalo News 24 Feb 2024
Median residential rents in Washington rose by 34%, adjusted for inflation, between 2001 and 2019, outpacing the 21% rise in renters' incomes over the same period, according to the Center on Budget and Policy Studies, a national research group.

San Jose State professor suspended after altercation during Gaza protest

The Eagle-Tribune 24 Feb 2024
“A review of the circumstances surrounding (Monday’s) incident is ongoing and other members of the SJSU community may also face administrative action based on reported activities that do not align with campus policy.”.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel 24 Feb 2024
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Take note of Black, Latino state legislators' criticisms of Pritzker's budget plan

Chicago Sun-Times 24 Feb 2024
State Rep. Carol Ammons, D-Urbana, in 2021 ... J.B ... 21 address ... J.B ... A study last year by the UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Institute found that the average age of Illinois Latinos was 28, compared to 38 for Illinoisans overall ... On the policy side, Rep ... ....

Study reveals racial disparities in school enrollment during COVID-19

Phys Dot Org 23 Feb 2024
But in districts that offered virtual learning, the opposite was true, according to a University of Michigan study ... Annenberg Professor of Education Policy at U-M ... The study analyzed enrollment trends in U.S.

BoG, DBG & UGBS take empirical approach to propel MSMEs growth

B & FT Online 23 Feb 2024
Opoku-Afari underscores the study’s potential impact, expressing confidence that it will generate a reliable document informing policies to encourage innovation in MSME financing.

Two Views: Congress should embrace the vitality that immigration brings

The Sun Chronicle 23 Feb 2024
Lindsay Koshgarian directs the National Priorities Project at the Institute for Policy Studies. Alliyah Lusuegro is the National Priorities Project outreach coordinator at the Institute for Policy Studies.

Bail clampdowns don’t match what research says about suspects, experts say

Sierra County Sentinel 23 Feb 2024
Furthermore, a study published in the Criminology & Public Policy journal last year found that Black defendants were 34% more likely than white defendants to be recommended to be held behind bars until their cases were resolved.