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Federal judge blocks AZ law that 'disenfranchised' Native voters; government shutdown could cost U.S. travel economy about $1 Billion per week; WA group brings 'Alternatives to Violence' to secondary students.

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Senator Robert Menendez offers explanations on the money found in his home, non-partisan groups urge Congress to avert a government shutdown and a Nevada organization works to build Latino political engagement.

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An Indigenous project in South Dakota seeks to protect tribal data sovereignty, advocates in North Carolina are pushing back against attacks on public schools, and Arkansas wants the hungriest to have access to more fruits and veggies.

Shanteya Hudson


Shanteya Hudson is a journalist who covers the Southeast. Shanteya comes to Public News with experience as a TV News Reporter having covered a wide range of topics in Alabama and North Carolina. She has a Masterís degree in Public Relations from Full Sail University and a Bachelorís degree in Broadcast Journalism from Troy University. Shanteya is a resident of Georgia and loves to spend time with family and travel.

Languages Spoken: English

Topic Expertise: Interests: Mental Health, Education, Healthcare, and Community Issues

Local Expertise: Georgia, North Carolina

Location: Georgia


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It is almost time to select health insurance for the coming year in Georgia. Open enrollment dates are a little different depending on your type of …

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AL sees fewer kids incarcerated; their advocates say more could be done

The number of children locked behind bars in Alabama has declined, but their advocates said more needs to be done to create alternatives to …

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North Carolina fights back against youth overdose epidemic

In the wake of the devastating overdose epidemic in North Carolina, the state's Department of Health and Human Services is stepping up to aid …

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Georgia youths on brink of reshaping political landscape

Georgia's young people could shift the political landscape of the state in the near future. New data from the Brookings Institution indicates that …

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Alabama group helps communities bounce back from severe storms

In rural Alabama, where hurricanes and tornadoes are a constant threat, communities often struggle with damage and limited resources for extended …

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Experts: Medicaid expansion vital for Alabama's health, economy

In recent years, Alabama has faced a critical need for Medicaid expansion due to ongoing struggles with the state's health care system. …

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NC Group Joins Effort to Mobilize Young Voters

The League of Women Voters in North Carolina said its members are working diligently to reach out to young people, especially today. The goal is to …

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Report Explores Ways to End Mass Incarceration in AL

After 50 years of mass incarceration, the U.S. prison population has grown nearly 500% and now advocates are calling for its end in Alabama and …

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Report Offers Roadmap for Growth in Rural Georgia

Rural areas in Georgia are looking for ways to strengthen their communities with policies that address the climate crisis, infrastructure, and …

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NC Schools Address Rising Mental Health Concerns of College Students

The focus at universities in the fall is getting students started in their new semesters. But increasingly, schools are also doing more to recognize …

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