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News Clips | April 12, 2022

University of Utah report paints a picture of homelessness along the Jordan River

Standing on a bridge over the Jordan River on Salt Lake City’s west side, Tom Kalaher, 56, feels melancholy.

Red States Push L.G.B.T.Q. Restrictions as Education Battles Intensify

With an eye toward parents’ anxiety, Republicans have put forward a wave of laws on classroom instruction, youth sports and health care. Some of the young people at the center feel isolated.

Pay transparency: How ending the secrecy could erase inequities and change the workplace

In her almost 20-year career as a nurse and nurse practitioner, Celia McIntosh applied for many jobs with no idea about what the starting pay range was.

These books were most frequently challenged, censored in 2021

Last year saw the most book challenges in two decades, according to the American Library Association.

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