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PBS NewsHour: Wednesday, March 31

“PEOPLE LEAVING PRISON HAVE A HARD TIME GETTING JOBS. THE PANDEMIC HAS MADE THINGS WORSE” This report cites a  Rutgers–Camden study on the health of formerly incarcerated individuals.

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Washington Post: Tuesday, March 30

“THE NCAA, UNDER FIRE OVER AMATEURISM, TAKES ITS FIGHT TO THE SUPREME COURT” Michael Carrier (distinguished professor, RLAW) provides antitrust expertise for this report.

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NJ BIZ: Monday, March 29

“NEW $1.27M GIFT FROM MAIDA TO COVER RUTGERS LEGAL TRAINING FOR STUDENTS” Kimberly Mutcherson (co-dean, RLAW) discusses a grant that will help cover the costs of legal education for hundreds of new law students over the next five years.

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Philadelphia Inquirer: Saturday, March 27

“WHY DOESN’T THE U.S. VALUE CHILD CARE? A HISTORIC LOOK.” Faculty members Laura Napolitano (assistant professor, FASC-sociology) and Joan Maya Mazelis (associate professor, FASC-sociology) discuss how the history of child care shaped modern American society.

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Los Angeles Times: Friday, March 26

“BIDEN’S SENIOR APPOINTMENTS ARE ALMOST 60% WOMEN. HE’S ON TRACK FOR A HISTORIC MILESTONE” Kelly Dittmar (associate professor, FASC-political science) discusses the increasing number of women in politics.

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