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September 14, 2017
Race and Culture
Teresa Wiltz, Stateline
Scholars have long debated the role of traditional ethnic enclaves and whether these networks isolate their residents from the larger society. READ MORE »
Jenni Bergal, Stateline
Some states are passing a parent education requirement to reduce teen crashes, but some argue this adds undue burden on parents. READ MORE »
Jack Betts
As the autumnal equinox approaches, trees appear to be ablaze, apples are ripe for the picking and stacks of firewood grow on the side of the house. READ MORE »
Elaine Povich, Stateline
In an effort to guide shoppers toward healthier choices, legislatures are passing a tax that leaves many food sellers scratching their heads. READ MORE »
Fred Cicetti
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