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Stop the Executions, President Biden

Stop the Executions, President Biden

Virginia’s move to end the death penalty was a welcome step. The administration can do more. March 26, 2021 When Virginia abolished the death penalty this week, much of the response focused on what was new: the first Southern state to take this step, the state that has executed more people than any other in American history. But it’s […]

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6 questions to ask before trying an open relationship and how it can improve your bond

6 questions to ask before trying an open relationship and how it can improve your bond

Madeline Kennedy Mar 18, 2021 An open relationship happens when both people in a partnership agree to date other people while still remaining committed to each other.  Couples in open relationships should set boundaries regarding sex and emotional connection. It is important to communicate honestly with your partner if you decide on an open relationship.   Visit […]

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What state health officials currently know – and don’t know – about COVID-19 in Colorado

What state health officials currently know – and don’t know – about COVID-19 in Colorado

State public officials are still gathering information on the number of hospital ventilators available by Susan Greene, The Colorado IndependentMarch 16, 2020 Scott Bookman, the state public health incident commander for the coronavirus outbreak, spoke with reporters Monday afternoon in a press conference that left more questions than answers. He said the state lab has […]

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World Wetlands Day 2021: the unknown potential of wetlands in nature-based solutions

World Wetlands Day 2021: the unknown potential of wetlands in nature-based solutions

Matthew McCartneyPriyanie AmerasingheFebruary 2, 2021 Happy World Wetlands Day! Wetlands are “natural harvesters” of water and, by definition, sites where water abounds at or near the surface of the Earth. Throughout human history, they have played an important role in development and watered many great civilizations — among them the Maya, Inca and Aztec in the […]

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Inside Texas Politics: When will the pandemic be over? Three county judges weigh in, with one saying by July 4

Inside Texas Politics: When will the pandemic be over? Three county judges weigh in, with one saying by July 4

Author: WFAA StaffJanuary 3, 2021 “I think if we’ll all do our part… then hopefully when we celebrate Independence Day we can celebrate independence from COVID-19,” Tarrant County Glen Whitley Inside Texas Politics began the new year speaking with three county judges about the challenges and opportunities the new year brings. They are the top elected […]

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