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Gov. Kelly Announced Three Personal Changes to her Administration

Governor Laura Kelly announced three changes in her office based on her personal preferences. The changes were announced on Jan 22 through a news release by her office.  The Three Changes She added three personalities in the Department and divisions, based on personal preference and for their unwavering commitment and work throughout the years. The […]

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Creativity Occurs for Chicago Migrants Amidst the Worst of Times 

Many of the migrants not being able to get work permits are finding ways to earn and provide for their families. More than 34,000 migrants that were sent from Texas and other states to Chicago since August 2022 are finding ways to support their families amidst the migration crisis. The migrants, desperate for work, are

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New U.S. Rules Regarding the Display of Cultural Objects: A Step Towards Recognizing the Native Americans and Other Tribes

The new rules regarding native artefacts require consent from native tribes before displaying their cultural objects in institutions. The Museum covered up many displays that featured Native American cultural objects amidst the new rules that have been implemented. The new rules come under the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act which was established in

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Changes Brought in CalFresh Program: A Worrying Matter for the Benefactors

California, also known as the Golden State, will see significant changes in its CalFresh program. The move has come out as a concern for the people of California. The changes will take place from November 1st, 2024. What is the change? The work eligibility requirements known as the food stamp, have been made strict after

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Fox News stops running MyPillow commercials in a payment dispute with election denier Mike Lindell

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — MyPillow CEO and conspicuous political race denier Mike Lindell . Friday that Fox News has quit running his organization’s ads, questioning the organization’s attestation that it is just in light of the fact that he hasn’t covered his bills. MyPillow CEO, Mike Lindell, Claims Fox News Attempting to Silence Him as Network

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California’s Minimum Wage Hike Leads to Massive Layoffs for Health Care Workers

                  California Faces Mass Layoffs as Minimum Wage Hike Hits Fast Food and Healthcare Sectors Mass cutbacks have been reported for laborers in the cheap food and medical care businesses in California in light of two bills that will raise least wages for laborers in the two

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Supreme Court to rule on clearing homeless encampments in California and the West

U.S. High Court to Deliberate on Constitutional Implications of Shelter Restrictions for Unhoused Individuals The U.S. High Court said on Friday it will hear whether towns and urban communities that block unhoused individuals with no admittance to shield from setting up camp on open property disregard the Eighth Amendment’s assurances from “awful and surprising discipline.”

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Ice Fishing on Thin Ice: A Tragedy for Two Brothers at N.Y. State Park Pond

Two brothers from Upstate New York met a tragic accident while ice fishing. The two brothers from Richfield Springs went ice fishing on Basswood Pond in Burlington when they both fell into the cold water, killing one.  According to a news release by New York State’s Department of Environmental Conservation, the two were seen falling

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