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Should voting day be a holiday? Some election deniers say yes

Monday, November 07, 2022

Republicans have proposed seven bills in the last two years to give voters the day off to cast their ballot. The legislation often comes with measures drawn from election denier talking points.

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A former UCLA student was sentenced to over three years in prison for Capitol riot

Wednesday, October 19, 2022

Christian Secor, a former UCLA student and follower of the far-right racist livestreamer Nick Fuentes, was sentenced on Wednesday for obstructing congress during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

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Election deniers are spreading misinformation nationwide. Here are 4 things to know

Tuesday, July 05, 2022

An NPR investigation found that since the Capitol riot, the election denial movement has moved from the national level to hundreds of grassroots events across the country. Here are four key takeaways.

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Election deniers have taken their fraud theories on tour — to nearly every state

Thursday, June 30, 2022

Even as the Jan. 6 hearings play out, election misinformation keeps spreading. NPR tracked four leaders preaching false information about election fraud at hundreds of grassroots events nationwide.

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'Cowboys for Trump' leader is given a mixed verdict in his Jan. 6 Capitol riot trial

Tuesday, March 22, 2022

A federal judge found Couy Griffin, a county commissioner from New Mexico and founder of the group "Cowboys For Trump," guilty on one of two counts stemming from the Capitol riot.

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Despite calls to improve, air travel is still a nightmare for many with disabilities

Tuesday, November 09, 2021

Congress told the Transportation Security Administration and airlines in 2018 to improve air travel for people with disabilities. But TSA data and stories from flyers suggest little has improved.

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Nebraska Program Trains Court Interpreters To Help Non-English Speakers Testify

Thursday, November 07, 2019

As immigrant communities grow so does the need for court interpreters. A new Nebraska program trains interpreters to get certified and help non-English speakers testify in court.

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The Midwest's Record Wet Spring Is Interfering With The Corn De-Tasseling Job Market

Friday, July 05, 2019

Seed companies looking to create hybrid corn use a labor force of mostly teens to manually detassle corn. A wet spring pushed back planting this year, so the teens may need to return to school.

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Floods That Hit The Midwest In March Continue To Affect The Farm Economy

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Midwest Farmers are still cleaning up from record floods in March. The work may delay or even prevent planting for some, which will have ripple effects throughout the U.S. agriculture sector.

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