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Enough is Enough

January 23rd. Benton, Kentucky. Sixteen people shot. February 14th. Parkland, Florida. Seventeen people killed. March 20th. Lexington Park, Maryland. Three shot, two killed. Unfortunately, the list goes on. Twelve weeks into 2018, 17 school shootings have already occurred, averaging 1.4 shootings per week. A diverse crowd of students, teachers, and community members met at the March For Our Lives demonstration…

Bye Bye Net Neutrality, and What That Means for Us

Net neutrality laws have been the core of our free browsing internet privileges. We can look up our favorite blogs from go-to makeup gurus, check out start-up business websites from friends’ recommendations, and browse the web at our leisure without worrying about who is monitoring or policing our viewing experience. Sure, ads from your latest Google search might suspiciously pop…

Pigments of Professionalism

In the workplace we often face many instances of intolerance, prejudice or stereotypes. It’s either our Hair Age Race Sex Sexual orientation Religion Marital status Or some other ridiculous reason for them to justify paying us lower wages, refusing us promotions, reducing our shifts, or otherwise disrespecting us in some way. Sometimes we just put our heads down and ignore…

Senate Abandons Graham-Cassidy ACA Repeal Bill

September 26, 2017, Senate leaders abandoned plans to bring the Graham-Cassidy ACA repeal bill before the full Senate for a vote. This decision arose after it became clear that the bill lacked the votes needed to pass. Like previous proposals defeated earlier this year in the Senate, the Graham-Cassidy proposal, sought to cut health coverage and raise premiums and out-of-pocket…

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