Sunday, January 16, 2022

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A new survey shows discrimination in medical settings affects quality of care; U.S. Supreme Court rejects vaccine and testing mandates for businesses; and New York moves toward electric school buses.

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U.S. House passes a new voting rights bill, setting up a Senate showdown; President Biden announces expanded COVID testing, and Jan. 6 Committee requests an interview with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.

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New website profiles missing and murdered Native Americans; more support for young, rural Minnesotans who've traded sex for food, shelter, drugs or alcohol; more communities step up to solve "period poverty;" and find your local gardener - Jan. 29 is National Seed Swap Day.

Veronica Carter

Veronica was born in Santa Cruz, California and worked in radio around the northern part of the state until 2005 when she moved to the Midwest. In Chicago, she worked as an anchor and reporter at CBS Radio, WGN, and Rivet Radio before joining Public News Service. She has two boys and a girl and two dogs who think they are children too!


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