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St. Paul residents celebrate Juneteenth, but say more work to be done

Pioneer Press 20 Jun 2021
She noted that while a lot of progress has been made in the past year toward gaining equality for all people, there is more work to be done, a sentiment that many people echoed Saturday ... “It’s good to take time to reflect that this is going to be a struggle for years to come but we’re making progress,” he said.
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People on the Move: HR expert Caroline-Anne Tylko to join executive team at ADGA Group

Ottawa Business Journal 19 Jun 2021
“I was really taken by their vision for the business and HR’s role in that vision, and their focus on people and on the overall work experience,” said Tylko, who was formerly with General Dynamics Mission Systems Canada for seven years as director of global total rewards, mobility and systems.
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Franck Kessie: Should Liverpool be considering AC Milan talisman?

Ghana Web 19 Jun 2021
However, the Netherlands star’s ball carrying and drive in possession was more progressive than Kessie — he was superior for general progressive carries and carries into the final third — despite averaging fewer touches of the ball ... Despite their general similarities, both players ...
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India, other G4 countries' bid to wreck UNSC reform process likely to fail

Dawn 19 Jun 2021
The process to restructure the Security Council has been under way since 2009 in the Intergovernmental Negotiations (IGN), a forum established by the UN General Assembly which operates on the basis of consensus. However, negotiations have made little progress because of G4's refusal to show any flexibility.
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G4 bid to shake-up UNSC likely to fail

The Wire 19 Jun 2021
The process to restructure the Security Council has been underway since 2009 in the Intergovernmental Negotiations, a forum established by the UN General Assembly which operates on the basis of consensus. However, negotiations have made little progress because of G4’s refusal to show any flexibility.
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More than 660 bills will head to Pritzker after legislative session

The News-Gazette 19 Jun 2021
Charlie Wheeler, an emeritus professor at the University of Illinois Springfield who covered the General Assembly for the Chicago Sun-Times for more than two decades, said he was struck by the “progressive nature” of the bills passed this year ... In the 98th General Assembly, he vetoed 25 bills, 10 of which became law.
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India, tree other countries' bid to wreck UNSC reform process likely to fail

Urdu Point 19 Jun 2021
The process to restructure the Security Council is being conducted since 2009 in the Intergovernmental Negotiations (IGN), a forum established by the UN General Assembly, which operates on the basis of consensus. The negotiations have made little progress because of G-4's refusal to show any flexibility.
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India, three other countries' bid to wreck UNSC reform process likely to fail

Urdu Point 19 Jun 2021
The process to restructure the Security Council is being conducted since 2009 in the Intergovernmental Negotiations (IGN), a forum established by the UN General Assembly, which operates on the basis of consensus. The negotiations have made little progress because of G-4's refusal to show any flexibility.
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More than 660 bills will head to Gov. JB Pritzker after Illinois legislative session

Journal Standard 19 Jun 2021
Charlie Wheeler, an emeritus professor at the University of Illinois Springfield who covered the Illinois General Assembly for the Chicago Sun-Times for more than two decades, said he was struck by the “progressive nature” of the bills passed by the General Assembly this year.
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More than 660 bills will head to Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker for his consideration

Star Courier 19 Jun 2021
Charlie Wheeler, an emeritus professor at the University of Illinois Springfield who covered the Illinois General Assembly for the Chicago Sun-Times for more than two decades, said he was struck by the “progressive nature” of the bills passed by the General Assembly this year.
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Study Alzheimer's drug

The Scranton Times-Tribune 19 Jun 2021
Medicare would follow Alzheimer’s patients in both places, measuring their disease trajectories and tallying the costs of the services they often need, to determine whether access to aducanumab generally slows Alzheimer’s progression in a population.
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Garland's Bolton Reprieve

Wall Street Journal 19 Jun 2021
Attorney General Merrick Garland has dismayed progressives by rightly maintaining some of the Trump Justice Department’s positions in sensitive litigation, including a defamation suit against the former President and an effort to release a memo related to the Mueller investigation. This week, however, Mr ... Mr ... Bolton while initiating a criminal probe ... .
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200 apply for vacant posts at state women commission in Bihar

Hindustan Times 19 Jun 2021
The social welfare department, which invited entries for these posts, has received around 200 applications for vacant positions ... Meena Tiwari, the All India Progressive Women’s Association general secretary, said for the last seven months the state women commission has been without the chairperson and panel members ... ....
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The US job market is about to turn into a giant science experiment - with ...

Business Insider 19 Jun 2021
On the other hand, some economists and progressive Democrats argue that the benefits are not generous enough to discourage people from finding work, and that removing them is needlessly cruel to beneficiaries ... The American system is generally loath to enforce national standards on states.
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Celtics legend Bob Cousy honored with statue outside DCU Center

Boston Herald 19 Jun 2021
Worcester honored six-time NBA champion and Celtics living legend Bob Cousy Friday, unveiling an enormous statue of the point guard in front of the DCU Center downtown and proclaiming June 18 “Bob Cousy Day” in the city ... I love this city ... attendees included progressive Attorney General Maura Healey and conservative former Sen. Scott Brown.
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