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Uncovering America's methamphetamine history; PA Early Intervention programs vital for child development; measuring long-term impact of the O.J. Simpson trial on media literacy.

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President Biden's name could be left off the ballot in Alabama and Ohio, the Justice Dept. mandates background checks for gun show purchases, and Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds moves to allow state police to arrest undocumented migrants.

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Housing advocates fear rural low-income folks who live in aging USDA housing could be forced out, small towns are eligible for grants to enhance civic participation, and North Carolina's small and Black-owned farms are helped by new wind and solar revenues.

Collin Brantmeyer

Community, Marketing and Engagement Manager

After growing up in North Carolina, Collin graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Collin brought his experience to Public News Service in 2017, where he manages the membership community and marketing efforts. He currently lives outside of Boulder, Colorado with his family, and is the author of "Death of a Car Salesman."


Honors and Awards: 2021 Colorado Book Awards Finalist

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Location: Longmont, CO

Demographic Expertise: California, Colorado, North Carolina, Wisconsin

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