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N.Y. May Have to Allow Religious Exemptions to the COVID Vaccine for Health Care Workers, Judge Says

A federal judge has paused New York’s decision to prohibit religious exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccine for health care workers, whom the state has required to get their first dose of the shot by late September, or potentially lose their job.

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Lawsuit Against Air Force Aims To Overturn Less-Than-Honorable Discharges Among Those With Trauma

A Yale Law School clinic for veteran’s is suing the U.S. Air Force, claiming that thousands of veterans with disabilities or trauma are suffering unfairly due to less-than-honorable discharges.

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Gov. Newsom Keeps His Seat As A Majority Of California Voters Reject The Recall

Updated September 15, 2021 at 12:21 AM ET The attempt in California to recall Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom has failed, according to a call by The Associated Press, allowing the governor to stay in office until at least 2023. Tuesday's vote ends a campaign against Newsom that began before the coronavirus pandemic took hold in the U.S. Loading... "I am humbled and grateful to the millions and millions of Californians that exercised their fundamental right to vote," Newsom said Tuesday night,...

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Walking A Beat: Community Policing In New Haven

Aug 17, 2012
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The new police chief in New Haven, Connecticut assigns his officers to walk beats in the city's neighborhoods to get to know those communities. He hopes these new walking beats will reduce the crime rate. Like the state's other two biggest cities, New Haven's crime rate has far exceeded the national average for the past 20 years. Michelle Hackman walked a beat with two of New Haven's policemen to see what community policing looks like and whether it can put a dent in the city's crime.

A Talk With Jules Feiffer

Feb 23, 2011

In this PRNDI Award-winning interview, Mark Herz talks to Jules Feiffer. Feiffer's been a cartoonist for the The Village Voice, a children's book illustrator, playwright, and screenwriter. He shares his perspective on being in the eighth decade of a prolific career.


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