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    February 26, 2021
    by Daniel Mollenkamp

    WASHINGTON - The Food and Drug Administration has relaxed the rules around storage and transportation for some coronavirus vaccines in order to speed up the vaccine rollout. Frozen vials of Pfizer-BioNTech's coronavirus vaccine will be allowed to be kept at "conventional temperatures" found in pharmaceutical freezers... Read More

    Treasury Dept. Sanctions Saudis Over Khashoggi Murder
    Geopolitics
    Treasury Dept. Sanctions Saudis Over Khashoggi Murder
    February 26, 2021
    by Dan McCue

    WASHINGTON – The U.S. Treasury Department on Friday imposed sanctions on Saudi Arabia’s former deputy head of Intelligence and the nation’s “Rapid Intervention Force” for their roles in the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.  The move came just hours after the Biden Administration released... Read More

    Flexible, Customized Schooling Could be Remedy for Education Inequality
    Education
    Flexible, Customized Schooling Could be Remedy for Education Inequality
    February 26, 2021
    by Kate Michael

    WASHINGTON — COVID has taken a toll on student learning and wellbeing, but a coalition of community schools advocates believes they have the answer to correcting academic learning loss and supporting the holistic development of young people. They say their next-generation community schooling lays the foundation... Read More

    All Eyes on Iowa Governor Over Elections Bill
    In The States
    All Eyes on Iowa Governor Over Elections Bill
    February 26, 2021
    by TWN Staff

    DES MOINES, Iowa - Residents of Iowa will have to wait until next week to learn if dramatic changes are going to be made to how they participate in future elections.  Earlier this week, both houses of the State Legislature voted along party lines with their... Read More

    A New Mayor Champions Keeping COVID-Impacted Families In Their Homes
    In The States
    A New Mayor Champions Keeping COVID-Impacted Families In Their Homes
    February 26, 2021
    by Dan McCue

    BOISE, Idaho – To the outsider, it seems like a movie that has a bizarre twist just as the heroine should be taking her victory lap.  Lauren Stein McLean, an entrepreneur who had served on Boise, Idaho’s city council for nearly a decade, and served as... Read More

    Jail Suicide Rates High Due to Inadequate Mental Health Care
    Criminal Justice
    Jail Suicide Rates High Due to Inadequate Mental Health Care
    February 26, 2021
    by Daniel Mollenkamp

    The failure of the prison system to provide adequate mental health care is causing people to kill themselves at high rates, according to a new report.  The report, published in February in the peer-reviewed journal The Lancet, reviewed data from 27 countries, concluding that some of... Read More

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