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ND makes the grade in a national report evaluating public school support; SCOTUS justices express free speech concerns about GOP-backed social media laws; NH "kids on campus" program boosts retention; proposed law bans hemp sales to Hoosiers younger than 21.

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The Supreme Court hears arguments on whether social media can restrict content. Biden advisors point to anti-democracy speeches at CPAC, and the President heads to the US-Mexico border appealing to voters on immigration and border issues.

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David meets Goliath in Idaho pesticide conflict, to win over Gen Z voters, candidates are encouraged to support renewable energy and rural America needs help from Congress to continue affordable internet programs.

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A new report finds the shortage of mental health care practitioners means many people who seek treatment have difficulty finding and affording that care. (Adobe Stock)
Report cites major mental-health issue: Getting access to care

A new report contended only one in three people with commercial health insurance and a mental health condition is able to find proper mental health ca…

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If a Republican wins the White House in the future, the Heritage Foundation has a plan to overhaul such federal agencies as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to operate under conservative regulation. (Tada Images/Adobe Stock)
Conservative groups write 'game plan' for U.S. government takeover

By Carrie Baker for Ms. Magazine.Broadcast version by Mark Richardson reporting for the Ms. Magazine-Public News Service Collaboration Wealthy right-…

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A police officer stands in the doorway of the Washington Surgi-Center during the clinic blockade on Oct. 22, 2020. (We Engage)
On Roe v. Wade anniversary, investigation into abortion clinic violence

By Amanda Robb for Ms. Magazine.Broadcast version by Suzanne Potter for the Ms. Magazine-Public News Service Collaboration At 9:05 a.m. on Thursday…

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Experts suggest starting with the American Association of Consumer Credit Professions (AACCP) when shopping for a reputable credit-repair company. (Adobe stock)
Consumers warned of the menace of rogue credit-repair firms

Just in time for the new year, scammers have found a new way to dupe consumers. The American Association of Consumer Credit Professionals - best …

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Cybersecurity was the third-largest economic risk facing companies, significantly rising from 32% in the fall 2022 survey to 52% in fall 2023. (Adobe Stock)
Survey: U.S. economic outlook improved in fall 2023

A new biannual survey shows some perceptions of the economy are improving. The Center for Audit Quality's fall 2022 Audit Partner Pulse Survey found …

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