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SF council meetings get longer in pandemic era

Albuquerque Journal 09 May 2021
Last/Albuquerque Journal). Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal ... The Journal analyzed the lengths of the past 82 Santa Fe City Council meetings – 41 pre-pandemic in-person meetings and 41 conducted virtually – and found the median length of virtual meetings is around 4 hours, 50 minutes ... (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal).
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Big Tech is robbing news publishers for content without paying

The Maryville Daily Times 09 May 2021
Quality local journalism is essential to creating an informed and engaged public and ensuring a thriving democracy. But local journalism has been a victim of Big Tech’s dominant practices for years ... That’s why we’re asking Congress to support the “Journalism Competition and Preservation Act.”.
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Lancaster County reports 15 new COVID-19 cases

Lincoln Journal Star 09 May 2021
FRANCIS GARDLER, Journal Star FRANCIS GARDLER ... GWYNETH ROBERTS, Journal Star GWYNETH ROBERTS, Journal Star ... Chairs for the public at the City Council meeting are seen wrapped up in plastic bags to encourage social distancing on Nov ... JUSTIN WAN, Journal Star ... KENNETH FERRIERA, Journal Star. KENNETH FERRIERA, Journal Star ... Kenneth Ferriera, JOURNAL STAR.
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Safe Harbor bill needed to help keep local journalism alive

The Logan Daily News 09 May 2021
The federal “Journalism Competition and Preservation Act” can help rectify this situation, and deserves the support of our representatives in Congress. Over the past year or so, local journalism has become even more important ... The result has been a wave of news publication closures, with thousands of journalists laid off.
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Pierre ‘Pete’ du Pont IV dies; ran for president in 1988

Midland Daily News 09 May 2021
WILMINGTON, Del ... He frequently wrote opinion pieces for publications such as the Wall Street Journal and co-founded the online public policy journal IntellectualCapital.com. He also served as chairman of Hudson Institute, the National Review Institute and the National Center for Policy Analysis, a nonpartisan public policy research organization ... .
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Narragansett, RI council hands Fulop a defeat in parking battle

NJ dot com 09 May 2021
Mayor Fulop has no regrets with regards to his public participation on an issue that impacts his family, but he feels that The Jersey Journal and other press outlets should be embarrassed by their conduct in choosing to spend so much time and resources on gossip and nonsense that is totally unrelated to news in Jersey City,” Swibinski said.
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Historic piece of Pecos park gets $4M facelift

Albuquerque Journal 09 May 2021
(Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal). Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal. An important piece of the Pecos National Historical Park that has never been available to the general public before has undergone a $4 million rehabilitation project that is the first step in opening Kozlowski’s Trading Post ... (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal).
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School's out for summer, but Huskers in for busy, compacted 'third quarter' of 2021

Ashe Post & Times 09 May 2021
KENNETH FERRIERA, Journal Star ... KENNETH FERRIERA, Journal Star ... KENNETH FERRIERA, Journal Star ... KENNETH FERRIERA, Journal Star ... FRANCIS GARDLER, Journal Star ... FRANCIS GARDLER, Journal Star ... FRANCIS GARDLER, Journal Star ... FRANCIS GARDLER, Journal Star ... KENNETH FERRIERA, Journal Star ... FRANCIS GARDLER, Journal Star ... FRANCIS GARDLER, Journal Star.
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India COVID-19 deaths could touch 1 million by August: Lancet

Al Jazeera 09 May 2021
COVID-19 deaths in India could potentially reach a “staggering” one million by August 1 this year, an editorial published in medical journal the Lancet said citing an estimate by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation – an independent global health research centre of the University of Washington.
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Datebook: Sunday, May 9, 2021

Longview News-Journal 09 May 2021
East Texas Datebook appears in the Longview News-Journal Tuesday through Sunday ... days before the desired publication date to be included in the Datebook.
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Sunday letters: Behavior that serves the greater public good must be valued

Winston-Salem Journal 09 May 2021
Two contrasting headlines in the May 2 Journal opinion section caught my attention. Richard Groves’ column “A milestone for public spiritedness” and the letter “Falling in line.”. The former introduced us to Ronnie and reminded us both of the horrors of polio and of the public’s response when polio vaccines became widely available in 1955.
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Richard Groves: It was a milestone for public spiritedness

News & Record 09 May 2021
Richard Groves Winston-Salem Journal ... Oshinsky claims that the test was “the largest public-health experiment in our history.” Amazingly, the test involved almost 2 million subjects ... slow, slogging struggle with COVID-19 — public spiritedness ... Winston-Salem Journal Richard Groves.
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Some Startups Went From Rescue PPP Loans to SPAC Windfalls

Wall Street Journal 09 May 2021
Another 15 companies, each valued at more than $200 million, had traditional initial public offerings within about a year of taking a loan, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of data provided by research firm ...
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Pierre 'Pete' du Pont IV dies at 86; ran for president in 1988

Stars and Stripes 09 May 2021
WILMINGTON, Del ... He frequently wrote opinion pieces for publications such as the Wall Street Journal and co-founded the online public policy journal IntellectualCapital.com. He also served as chairman of Hudson Institute, the National Review Institute and the National Center for Policy Analysis, a nonpartisan public policy research organization ... ....
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Former Delaware Governor ‘Pete’ du Pont IV Dies; Ran For President In 1988

CBS Sports 09 May 2021
He frequently wrote opinion pieces for publications such as the Wall Street Journal and co-founded the online public policy journal IntellectualCapital.com. He also served as chairman of Hudson Institute, the National Review Institute and the National Center for Policy Analysis, a nonpartisan public policy research organization.
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