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Pritzker issued executive orders in late August and early September that apply to state employees, contractors and vendors who work in congregate facilities, as well as certain heath care workers, school personnel and higher education employees.
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Adena Rivas is the programs coordinator for the Office of Public Works where she oversees the Waste & Recycling department. She also helped launch the Creative Reuse Marketplace, which is a store that takes donations of unwanted items and sells them for creative reuse. The facility also provides work for underserved women. Rivas spoke to Community Voices about her passion for reducing waste and improving the environment.
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The proposed map would give Democrats more of an edge in the state. Republicans are calling it "shameless gerrymandering."
Women's equality has made slow progress in South Korea. Some South Koreans want to bring about change starting at the country's cultural roots by reinterpreting Confucius.
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NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with singer and songwriter Joy Crookes about her debut album, Skin.
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