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Once-tight siblings I know now feel distant and guarded, their worldviews suddenly so opposed that they can’t even agree on what constitutes a fact.
There may be Republicans who’d like to vote to convict if the vote were conducted in private, but it is almost certainly not a group that constitutes 31 of the 50 Republicans in the Senate.
WHY A SECRET IMPEACHMENT VOTE ISN’T GOING TO HAPPENPHILIP BUMPJANUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
A group of parents sued the West Ada teachers union, claiming that the walk-out constituted an illegal strike and that it caused undue emotional and financial stress on families.
THE CHALLENGES POSED BY COVID-19 PUSHED MANY WORKERS TO STRIKE. WILL THE LABOR MOVEMENT SEE SUSTAINED INTEREST?ABIGAIL ABRAMSJANUARY 17, 2021TIME
Instead of paid content moderators, the site employs volunteers, who constitute a “community jury” that votes on what violates Parler’s limited rules.
PARLER, THE “FREE SPEECH” SOCIAL NETWORK, EXPLAINEDREBECCA HEILWEILJANUARY 7, 2021VOX
Jesse Marx reports that there’s a lack of agreement across the state over what constitutes a “complaint” in the first place, and how it should be collected and logged.
MORNING REPORT: A WILD, HIGH-PROFILE DAY FOR SAN DIEGO POLSVOICE OF SAN DIEGODECEMBER 23, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Last year, the board recommended that police agencies provide clear policies and direction as to what constitutes a complaint so that they can all strive toward a more uniform standard.
WHY COMPLAINTS AGAINST THE SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT ARE SURGINGJESSE MARXDECEMBER 22, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
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