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UI ARC programs seeks overdose reversal drug distribution in DMC

The Hawk Eye 24 May 2024
Naloxone, or Narcan, is injectable or available as a nasal spray ... It is available to individuals in Iowa communities; on site at organizations, schools, and businesses; law enforcement and non-EMS fire personnel ... .
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Mississippi College School of Law investing $7.5 million in downtown Jackson campus renovations

The Enterprise-Tocsin 23 May 2024
... state courts, federal agencies, local law firms, non-profits, and the many Downtown Jackson businesses will all benefit from the renovations as they continue to make use of the law school’s amenities.
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North Dakota gears up for key primary showdowns

Grand Forks Herald 23 May 2024
Key responsibilities of the Superintendent include setting educational standards, distributing funds to public schools and ensuring compliance with educational laws and regulations ... from The University of North Dakota School of Law.
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Kim Kardashian gets VERY frosty reception from Anna Wintour after rolling up late to Paris ...

The Daily Mail 23 May 2024
They show Kim leaving a vehicle amid a horde of paparazzi, as Kim explains in confession, ‘I’m running a business, back and forth for meetings, and I’m in law school, and on top of that, I’m a mom of four, and it is the most important job.’.
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‘Our Forever President’: Black Harvard Graduates Celebrate Claudine Gay at Affinity Ceremony

The Harvard Crimson 22 May 2024
Following opening remarks by Harvard Business School graduate Ian I ... Haynes and Harvard Law School graduate Abigail D ... Harvard Divinity School Dean Marla Frederick accepted the award on Gay’s behalf ... Shipley and Harvard Kennedy School graduate Faith S.
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Election 2024: A Political Renaissance For America Or The Path To Totalitarianism

The Liberty Beacon 22 May 2024
Their law, medical, engineering, and business schools have also been transformed into political instruments that advance the “Party Line.” Unbelievably, thought control in K-12 is even worse.
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Tom Seeman’s story of growing up poor, grabbing a lifeline and giving back | GUEST COMMENTARY

Baltimore Sun 21 May 2024
Tom Seeman, who is white, went from living with a family of 14 in a predominantly Black housing project in Toledo, Ohio, all the way to Yale, then Harvard Law School and eventually on to multiple boardrooms as a CEO.
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FDIC chairman Martin Gruenberg resigns after report found toxic workplace culture inside the banking...

The Daily Mail 21 May 2024
With Gruenberg staying on until a replacement is announced, Democrats can claim a moral victory while allowing the agency to continue with its regulatory agenda, said Todd Baker, a senior fellow at Columbia University's law and business schools.
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This Class of 2024 grad found redirection and a family at College of the Desert

Desert Sun 20 May 2024
My teacher would remind us that we learned this or that in middle school ... This fall, he will transfer to UC Berkeley to study business administration, with plans to "dabble" in accounting before pursuing law school at Stanford University.
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Judge Merchan faces critical decisions as Trump’s trial nears its end

The Spokesman-Review 20 May 2024
He has said he began carrying groceries for tips at age nine and worked as a dishwasher at a diner in high school and as a night manager while he was working on his business degree from Baruch College.
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Murphy signs 1-year law lifting 2% cap for school levies in some districts. Is it enough?

Daily Record Parsippany 18 May 2024
Advocates and K-12 organizations, including groups representing school business administrators, principals, and superintendents, have welcomed the law which gives specific districts hit with cuts the flexibility to raise taxes beyond the 2% cap.
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Mike Garcia | Thank You to a Community of Volunteers

The Signal 18 May 2024
Constitution, Capitalism, Competition, and Charity ... In total, over the past three years, Team Garcia has organized and executed over 30 charitable events to give back to our law enforcement agencies, schools, small businesses, and so much more ... Rep ... .
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OCTECHS top 2 eager for next chapter

Odessa American 17 May 2024
Arroyo hasn’t decided what school she’ll be attending, but Villarreal plans to go to Texas Tech University, study business administration and go on to law school ... activities that school has to offer.
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Illinois School Districts Sent Kids to a For-Profit Out-of-State Facility That Isn’t Vetted or Monitored

ProPublica 17 May 2024
“I felt good at the end of this that we were able to help pass a law that had a profound impact,” said Sean Carney, assistant superintendent for business at Stevenson High School, north of Chicago.
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