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Month: April 2023

Biden’s diverse coalition of support risks fraying in 2024

By STEVE PEOPLES and ZEKE MILLER Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Sen. Joe Lieberman, the Connecticut Democrat-turned-Independent long known for his centrist views, voted for Joe Biden in 2020. But as Biden’s reelection campaign begins, Lieberman is preparing to recruit a third-party candidate capable of defeating the Democratic president. “Centrists and moderates feel that

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Rutgers University employees striked earlier in April for the first time in the school's 257-year history.

Rutgers union leaders approve tentative agreement with school less than a month after historic strike

By Liam Reilly, CNN Leaders of three Rutgers University unions approved a tentative agreement with the school Sunday evening, just weeks after going on a five-day strike — the first in the New Jersey university’s 257-year history. Elected officials from the three unions — Rutgers AAUP-AFT, the Rutgers Adjunct Faculty Union and the AAUP-BHSNJ —

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Columbia City Council to approve marijuana sales taxes

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) During Monday’s Columbia City Council meeting, the city could move closer to implementing a 3% sales tax on recreational marijuana in Columbia. Missouri residents voted to pass the legalization of recreational marijuana in November. It’s been almost three months since recreational marijuana was made legally available to Missouri residents over 21. Alongside

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