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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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