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The South Dakota Department of Corrections has agreed to foot the training bill for a group of Minnehaha County criminal justice officials seeking training on racial and ethnic disparities in the juvenile justice system. Continue reading.
On this long drive, across two state lines and endless fields of corn and cattle, Lynn Graham thinks about how it may be the quality of life, not the quantity, that matters. Continue reading.
Moving ahead with a plan that has drawn criticism from conservatives, the administration of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo is awarding more than $7 million in grants to a variety of colleges around the state to offer courses to prisoners. Continue reading.
When Katie Otersen transferred from Northern Virginia Community College to George Mason University last fall, she braced for a jump in price. Tuition and fees would total $11,300, more than double what she had paid before. She covered expenses the first semester without taking out loans. But she struggled in the second. Continue reading.
Buying a pack of menthol cigarettes in Minneapolis is about to get tougher. The City Council approved a restriction on menthol tobacco Friday, limiting sales to adult-only tobacco shops and liquor stores. The vote was the culmination of a community-led effort to reduce access to menthol tobacco, a product that historically has been marketed to black smokers and that anti-smoking activists say makes it easier for young people to start smoking. Continue reading.
The smell of freshly cooked egg whites against unsalted quinoa greets students as they arrive at Carol Witcher's weekly diabetes class. Continue reading.
Courtroom 801 is nearly empty when guards bring in Bobby Hines, hands cuffed in front of navy prison scrubs. It's been more than 27 years since Hines stood before a judge in this building. He was 15 then, just out of eighth grade, answering for his role in the murder of a man over a friend's drug debt. Continue reading.
State officials have abandoned a plan to transform Medicaid in Alabama from a fee-for-service model into managed care system led by local healthcare organizations due to uncertainty about funding and high start-up costs. Continue reading.
A state judge has upheld a ruling that puts a stop — for now — to Michigan's plans to provide public money to private schools to help them cover the cost of complying with state mandates. Court of Claims Judge Cynthia Stephens on July 6 had issued a preliminary injunction, but asked lawyers on both sides to submit briefs to address a crucial question: Should a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that found that a Missouri church should be eligible to compete in a state grant program for playground resurfacing apply in the Michigan case? Continue reading.
Nearly a year ago, the Massachusetts legislature passed the Equal Pay Act. That law took aim at some of the most pernicious sex and gender-based workplace discrimination we know. This year, we are establishing workplace protections for pregnant workers, because unfortunately gender-based employment discrimination doesn’t end with pay. Continue reading.
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