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Tribal advocates keep up legal pressure for fair political maps; 12-member jury sworn in for Trump's historic criminal trial; the importance of healthcare decision planning; and a debt dilemma: poll shows how many people wrestle with college costs.

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Civil rights activists say a court ruling could end the right to protest in three southern states, a federal judge lets January 6th lawsuits proceed against former President Trump, and police arrest dozens at a Columbia University Gaza protest.

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Rural Wyoming needs more vocational teachers to sustain its workforce pipeline, Ohio environmental advocates fear harm from a proposal to open 40-thousand forest acres to fracking and rural communities build bike trail systems to promote nature, boost the economy.

Terri Dee

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Terri Dee has worn many hats in her nearly 30-year career in radio, tv, and print as a news reporter and anchor for Emmis Communications, technical and creative producer, on-air personality, reporter, anchor, news director, and talk show host for Urban One ("The Chat Room" and "Community Connection") and local news anchor ("All Things Considered") on NPR-member station WFYI-FM in Indianapolis. Terri has received numerous community service awards for her work in addressing illiteracy, and helping troubled youth make better choices. She has an MBA degree from Indiana Wesleyan University.


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