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The Supreme Court throws out a Trump-era ban on gun bump stocks; a look at how social media algorithms and Shakespearian villains have in common; and states receive federal funding to clean up legacy mine pollution.

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The Supreme Court for now protects access to abortion drug mifepristone, while Senate Republicans block a bill protecting access to in-vitro fertilization. Wisconsin's Supreme Court bans mobile voting sites, and colleges deal with funding cuts as legislatures target diversity programs.

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As summer nears, America's newest and largest international dark sky sanctuary beckons, rural job growth is up, but full recovery remains elusive, rural Americans living in prison towns support a transition, while birth control is more readily available in rural areas.

Shanteya Hudson

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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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Hurricane season is here, and conservationists are shining a light on the role salt marshes play in protecting coastal North Carolina communities…

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GA ranks among bottom 10 for health despite gains in child well-being

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NC woman highlights role of family history in heart health

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Report: Alabama children need more educational, economic support

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Federal program helps transform NC communities, boost economies

Federal New Market Tax Credits are helping transform abandoned areas and boost local communities in North Carolina and across the nation. In …

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Alabama groups launch training to increase community advocacy

Alabama groups are empowering residents to influence community policies with a new training program. Alabama Arise and Alabama Values are launching …

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Building a sustainable food system: Firsthand Foods' approach

Building a sustainable and fair food system benefiting people and the planet is becoming increasingly important and North Carolina businesses are answ…

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Proposal aims federal dollars at reducing state prison populations

In North Carolina, 57,000 people are behind bars, with most housed in state prisons. A new proposal has surfaced to bring the numbers down but it …

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New recommendations could enhance flood resilience in Appalachia

Flooding disasters in the Appalachian region have raised the urgency for better flood risk management. The nonprofit ReImagine Appalachia and …

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Saturday 'warrant clinics' increase court access in NC

Groups in North Carolina are rallying to change the way people are punished for low-level offenses, trying to break a cycle in which minor offenses …

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